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    Default Windows 7 Desktop Gadgets - Specifically Small Ones for the M11x

    Hey guys,

    Just thought I would start a thread for nice little neat gadgets that you use on your little screen.

    I'll start with my favorite: iPk Combo

    -DeeVu

    P.S. Sorry if this doesnt belong here. But I figured it hasnt been mentioned much/if at all for this 11inch monitor.

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    Default Re: Windows 7 Desktop Gadgets - Specifically Small Ones for the M11x

    that thing is wicked. it says im using 5.71 gb rams right now just browsing google. is that even possible?? that just sounds like alot. I have 8gb


    interested to see what other people use.. i dont use any...

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    Default Re: Windows 7 Desktop Gadgets - Specifically Small Ones for the M11x

    Hmmmmm. Interesting. I have only used it with 4GB (will be upgrading soon) but maybe your computer is using the extra ram to run or boost something? No clue. Could be something flash oriented?

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    Default Re: Windows 7 Desktop Gadgets - Specifically Small Ones for the M11x

    im downloading a 700mb file right now too.. would that do it??

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    I am not too saavy when it comes to RAM. All I know is it is used up to perform computational tasks. Besides that you know as much as I do.

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    Default Re: Windows 7 Desktop Gadgets - Specifically Small Ones for the M11x

    ha ha, says I'm using 1.8GB RAM on my 3GB desktop PC.
    Windows 7 resource monitor says I'm using 1GB RAM.

    It's hard, which should I believe...

    Don't use Gadget myself and had forgotten they existed to be honest. Waste of valuable CPU on an M11xR1. I'm old school.

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    haha. my resource memory says im using 1.52gb ram.. that gadget after at restart says im using 6.26gb ram.. i dont know who is right either... =)
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    Default Re: Windows 7 Desktop Gadgets - Specifically Small Ones for the M11x

    Haha, I use this one mainly for Wireless signal strength and CPU usage (all of which seem very reliable so far). Never cared much for RAM.

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    Default Re: Windows 7 Desktop Gadgets - Specifically Small Ones for the M11x

    I used this gadget here:SFKilla - Multi Meter

    It does numerous different things, but I mainly use the "QuadCore" Preset

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    Default Re: Windows 7 Desktop Gadgets - Specifically Small Ones for the M11x

    Im pretty sure the ram what you see on the gadget is how much you have free.

    Like mine says i have 5.83gb free i have 8gb but if i load something that drops down instead of going up.

    The rest of the ram is cached which is why its not close too 8gb.
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    asus 1201n overclock @2.1ghzs gskill 667 4gb ion at 580/800/1180

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