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Memory training?

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What does it do?

How does it help?
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Umm, what are you talking about first.

Actual system memory I assume, given the context of the subforum.

I am guessing it doesn't do anything, as ram is not capable of learning.
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these machines..., they are learning..., they became aware!
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Originally Posted by numero-uno View Post

What does it do?

How does it help?

Read some of Raja@ASUS's posts in this thread to get an idea:

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?p=1038982968
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