CPU-Z captures: What is the bottleneck of my system? Tags: Prebuilt Bottleneck Memory Systems Last response: November 1, 2011 10:19 AM in Systems Share greent00th November 1, 2011 9:46:48 AM Can someone tell me what I can improve for the memory? Would upgrade to Windows 7 show any improvement in system performance? For details on the memory, Slot 1: 1gb Slot 2: 512mb Slot 3: 1gb Slot 4: 512mb Total 3GB (all PC-6400), two pairs of two different brands. Running on Vista 32bit which won't recognize 4gb. Dell 530 desktop motherboard allows 4gb. More about : cpu captures bottleneck system alyoshka a b } Memory November 1, 2011 10:19:15 AM Win7 would be an improvement over Vista 32bit...... not a massive one though. I don't see a very staggering bottle neck in the rig at all. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhat is the Bottleneck in my system? Forum SolvedWhat is the bottleneck of my system? Forum SolvedWhat is the slowest part of my system(bottleneck)? Also want upgrade tips. Forum SolvedWhat is the best gpu for my system without bottleneck? Forum What is Bottleneck and am I Bottlenecking my system? Forum what is the bottleneck in my system? Forum SolvedWhat is the bottleneck in my system? (AMD Ph II X4 955, HD 5770) Forum SolvedStarCraft 2: What's My System Bottleneck? Forum What is the bottleneck of my system? Forum Am I getting a Bottleneck effect? Or whats going on with my system? Forum 8GB ram and 4GB ram , but system on shows 8GB. (CPU-Z pics inside) Forum SolvedWhat is bottlenecking my system? Forum CPU-Z detects 8GB ram but system issn't using it? Forum SolvedWhat is bottlenecking my system? Forum SolvedHow bad is the bottleneck in this system? Forum SolvedWhat part is bottle-necking my system? Forum SolvedWill My System Bottleneck ? i7 860 Forum What is the bottleneck in my system? Forum SolvedWould my system bottleneck my GPU? Forum What is my system bottleneck? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !