I have a Dell Latitude 5420 Laptop. It has a 2nd-gen Intel i5 with Intel HD 3000 graphics. I have 4GB of ram. I realize that this will never be close to discrete graphics, but would adding more ...
Why would Intel processors have extremely high memory bandwidths but relatively low memory capacity?
I've read a couple of similar questions on this subject here, but I'm still confused: I'm about to buy a new PC and I'm interested in a Core i5 (2500). Apparently the CPU supports DDR3 1066/1333 ...
I always thought processor's FSB was the limit of how fast the RAM could be. However, while configuring a Lenovo laptop, I see options for RAM that's faster than the CPU's FSB CPU = Intel® Core™ ...
please, I have read that Core i CPUs have built in memory controller. Oh, and I actually asked similiar question here, but this kind expands it, so therefore new question. So, I have read that there ...