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  1. there is only single ranke or dual rank, nothing else. if they dont specifiy "dual rank" explicitly, it's single rank. i just found it: https://www.crucial.de/memory/eol_ddr4/ct8g4dfs8266 So this is the difference between the two IDs you posted, one is just newer manufacturing. Total limit for both slots all in all is 32, so 2x16, yes. Singel channel is always supported, and double channel bars can run as single channel.
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  2. 8 GB Kit (4 GBx2) | 8 GB Kit (4 GBx2) Single Rank = you will get two 4gb bars, not what you want single rank, dual rank = dual rank is special option, you almost certainly have and want single rank. indeed the part number you posted seems single rank. 8 GB || 8 GB Single Rank | = same thing, probably different charges or submodels tldr: You want to buy the standard "8GB" bar. Or the "16GB". Both should work, 8GB certainly does, if you want 16gb you could google your motherboards id and "mix 8gb 16gbs ram stick" to rule out any performance issues when mixing, but ther
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  3. This is what I found: "A memory rank is a set of DRAM chips connected to the same chip select, which are therefore accessed simultaneously. In practice all DRAM chips share all of the other command and control signals, and only the chip select pins for each rank are separate (the data pins are shared across ranks)." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory_rank So basically from what I am reading this just pertains to how big the bus of each memory chip is (don't quote me on this).
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  4. Is everything going PRIVATE or knowledge stopped being shared ? Unpacking => Private ... Tutorials(Patching , keygens) ==> Private ... New techniques ==> Private ... knowledge ==> Private .. So what we left for the others for this Scene ?? The only thing that left is nothing some old books and old school techniques and nothing else... Why ?
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  5. I think that to add to this, many apps worth reversing nowadays tend to use more sophisticated techniques in the past. In older times, things could be cracked often in mere minutes which was a motivating factor. Most people start with a target in mind, and their patience to learn is quite thin. Nowadays, you may have to learn to unpack, advanced cryptography, anti-debugger techniques, details of security permissions, etc. Windows itself has evolved into a much more complicated beast making the learning curve much steeper. I remember the days of SoftIce and what a wonderful tool th
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