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Vista needs more memory than Windows for Supercomputers
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Written by Daniel   
Monday, 19 November 2007 09:37
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By Egan Orion: Monday, 19 November 2007, 10:24 AM


MICROSOFT VISTA requires more hardware resources than the Vole's Windows for Supercomputers.

Officially called Windows HPC Server 2008, Microsoft's offering for high performance computing runs in as little as 512MB of system memory, though it supports up to 64GB.

Only the Vole's relatively crippled, low-end Windows Vista Home Basic runs in just 512MB of RAM, according to Microsoft. It specifies that all other versions of Windows Vista have a minimum system memory requirement of 1GB... More     Comment in the Forums
 

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