People thinks different about what "stable" means.
That is kind of the whole reason why this thread is here, isn't it?
And I believe this thread is valuable for who seeks every kind of stability. (Thanks to munaim1
Some wants 80% stability (to me. but enough for them.) and some wants 120% stability. (like me
So if we are to make all of those people who seek stability happy, what are we going to do?
We have 3 choices.
1. No, we can't accommodate all. We want extreme stability. Nothing but that.
Since this thread IS dedicated for stability.
We're sorry for people who think that 30% of their RAM tested and 2 hours of gaming are enough to make them think their systems are stable.
I mean if you think you only use 3GB of RAM so you test only 3GB....why did you get 8GB of ram in the first place???
We only want to see the results of well tested 120% stable systems.
2. It's OK to have a list of whatever people think it's stable.
1500mb or 6500mb or whatever.
After all, we are going to use our system however the way we want.
So what I think stable IS stable.
Just give us the results so we can compare them whether it gives us BSOD with 6GB of ram used or not.
3. We can make 2 different result listings.
One for the previous rule which is... yes, the stable systems.
And the other is for "extreme stability" seekers.
But there is one problem...
munaim1 has to do all this pain in the f^@kin' a@% work.