I have a question about a desktop I am very interested in purchasing that I have found.It is a dual core 3.9g,350 gig hardrive,cooler master case and this lady says it has 8.8 gigs of ram?I am taking a chance on it I know,in her ad she wanted 200 for it but when I called she dropped the price to 100.She says her husband used it at their company but upgraded to a newer system.My question is about the memory she claims is in it 8.8 gigs.I didnt know that physical memory read that way,lol.I m supposed to meet her tommorrow and I ve asked her about the psu,motherboard,socket and such but she claims she knows nothing about these things her husband does.If anyone can explain her memory interpretation to me it will make me feel a bit at ease.Thank you
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Ram does not come in 10ths.of gigabytes / proportions, 8.8 is not a possible calculation. Allow her to have you open the case and look at the memory modules.
Chances are 4 sticks of 2Gb = 8Gb total.
If running Linux then:
Output should be something like this