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What does your memory idle at?

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Hi I just recently completed my first build and I am running Vista HP 64-bit. My ram setup is as follows:G.SKILL 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM HZ.
I have this set at 833Mhz and 4-4-4-12. My rig has also been OC'd to 3.01Ghz.

With the following set up I installed the Multi-Meter Dual-Core gadget and my memory will now idle at: 28% (Before my overclock it idled at 39%)

I was just curios as to what other people's memory idles at?
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Windows Vista 64bit. 30% With Superfetch enabled.
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mine is anywhere from 30-40 % but its not really being used only cached.
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Windows Vista 64bit. 30% With Superfetch enabled.
This is cool. I really don't know what is good, bad or regular as far what your memory should idlw at. I guess it depends on your setup.
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