Configuring and tweaking your GhostBSD System.


Postby frogprince » Mon Aug 14, 2017 6:12 pm

My BSD machine is a home built system using a ten-year-old Asus M2N-MX mobo, a socket AM2 Athlon 64 processor, 250GB/2GB, an nVidia GeForce 210 video card, GBD 10.3, and MATE. This afternoon, I found a leftover 2 GB DDR2 stick in my RAM box, and put it in the system. Although System Monitor shows it only using 827 MB of RAM, I'm surprised at how much noticeably snappier it seems with 4 GB than with 2. I know that Apple's partly-BSD-based OSX really, really likes RAM; is this a BSD characteristic in general? Just wondering.
Vas you efer in Zinzinnati? Asus M2N-MX, Athlon 64 3800+ CPU, 4 GB/250 GB, GeForce 210, missing front drive panel just like its owner.
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