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Aug
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comment Why does my CPU only support 32GB RAM when it has 39 address bits?
If they plan to put it in a LGA1150 package, why waste silicon on all the registers when the lines go nowhere. It is like building a 39 lane highway to a dead end.
Jul
30
comment Do I need to have an updated Windows 8 / 8.1 to update to Windows 10?
I was about to answer this myself. I had the media creation tool and updated my win 8.
Jul
30
accepted Do I need to have an updated Windows 8 / 8.1 to update to Windows 10?
Jul
29
comment Do I need to have an updated Windows 8 / 8.1 to update to Windows 10?
@Ramhound : " inexperience person like yourself" - what gave me away :-D ?
Jul
28
asked Do I need to have an updated Windows 8 / 8.1 to update to Windows 10?
Jul
23
comment Why does my CPU only support 32GB RAM when it has 39 address bits?
My question was about the specific cpu I listed.
Jul
23
comment Why does my CPU only support 32GB RAM when it has 39 address bits?
so why not have just 34 physical address bits? What purpose does 39 bits serve?
Jul
23
revised Why does my CPU only support 32GB RAM when it has 39 address bits?
Clarify question detail.
Jul
23
comment Why does my CPU only support 32GB RAM when it has 39 address bits?
I understand the motherboard capacity. My motherboard supports a maximum of 16GiB, but, even I I bought a high end motherboard, it would still support only 32GiB. Of all comments, it appears that Intel seems to have a hard limit, but no one has given me a certain answer. Isn't 39 bits itself a hard limit? Why have two hard limits?
Jul
23
awarded  Yearling
Jul
23
asked Why does my CPU only support 32GB RAM when it has 39 address bits?
Jul
16
comment Allow specific user permission to read/write my folder
And tom will also need execute permission on /home/samantha to be able to reach /home/samantha/folder.
Jul
4
awarded  Popular Question
May
31
comment Running my own dynamic DNS service
github.com/lordloh/dynDnsEP - is my solution.
Feb
8
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
21
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
16
asked How many volumes should I add in my btrfs?
Jan
9
accepted Are the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi MAC addresses assigned in the same address space?
Jan
8
comment Are the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi MAC addresses assigned in the same address space?
Could you give me an example of a gateway that bridges a Bluetooth and LAN / WLAN? I could not find any. Thank you for the answer :-)
Jan
8
comment Are the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi MAC addresses assigned in the same address space?
If MACs were reused - by say a student working on a project, can there be a possible collision between Bluetooth, WLAN and ethernet?