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[XBOX] 128MB RAM upgrade for the Xbox, is it of any benefits for XBMC?
#16
Cool has anyone done the 128 meg memory upgrade to their xbox? does xbmc support the upgrade, and if so does it improve performance. i know that most games won't use the extra memory, but it seems to me more memory would only improve how xbmc handles pics and music. :thumbsup:
#17
maybe 0.0000001% has this upgrade, so optimizing for it i doubt we have.

but maybe you could view larger pics with it, i dont know.

passing the thread to a dev with more knowledge
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#18
yes xbmc do support 128mb ram. ...and yes it's a benifit for things such as picture viewing, (and currently vobsubs subtitles too)
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#19
forgive me for not knowing the way xbmc works internally (memory mgmt, swap files, etc) but does it make xbmc faster?in what ways does it make pic viewing better?

i'm trying to decide if i should "upgrade"to 128 mb.


thanks!
I'm not an expert but I play one at work.
#20
if we support 128mb, then that would mean xbmc could handle larger pictures with the upgrade. same with subtitles, larger.
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#21
(affini @ nov. 24 2004,05:18 Wrote:forgive me for not knowing the way xbmc works internally (memory mgmt, swap files, etc) but does it make xbmc faster?
no, more memory alone does not make xbmc run any faster, (because the speed on the memory and memory-bandwith remain the same)
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#22
Question 
hei.

i have fitted 64mb extra ram to my box.
did this just for the fun of it, i know that there is not much use for it, exectp som emulators and subtitles in xbmc. but:

is it possible to build the xbmc from source making som changes to it so it takes advantage of the extra mem?

kjetil
#23
hei.

i have fitted 64mb extra ram to my box.
did this just for the fun of it, i know that there is not much use for it, exectp som emulators and subtitles in xbmc. but:

is it possible to build the xbmc from source making som changes to it so it takes advantage of the extra mem?

kjetil
#24
if you have to ask... i guess the answer would be no (in your case)
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#25
if you have to ask... i guess the answer would be no (in your case)
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#26
right..
well ok. at least i got a answer.
but is it theoreticaly possible?
#27
right..
well ok. at least i got a answer.
but is it theoreticaly possible?
#28
(ksn @ jan. 26 2005,14:52 Wrote:right..
well ok. at least i got a answer.
but is it theoreticaly possible?
imo : the only think you can do is to increase stream buffer size ... :od

ps: why not add an output ( video+audio) buffer ... with this, 128 mb will be really use, to keep smooth playback on hight bitrate movies ... with hd streams for exemple ... :d
#29
(ksn @ jan. 26 2005,14:52 Wrote:right..
well ok. at least i got a answer.
but is it theoreticaly possible?
imo : the only think you can do is to increase stream buffer size ... :od

ps: why not add an output ( video+audio) buffer ... with this, 128 mb will be really use, to keep smooth playback on hight bitrate movies ... with hd streams for exemple ... :d
#30
(seb.26 @ jan. 26 2005,15:01 Wrote:
(ksn @ jan. 26 2005,14:52 Wrote:right..
well ok. at least i got a answer.
but is it theoreticaly possible?
imo : the only think you can do is to increase stream buffer size ... :od

ps: why not add an output ( video+audio) buffer ... with this, 128 mb will be really use, to keep smooth playback on hight bitrate movies ... with hd streams for exemple ...  :d
thanks mate!

allready tuned most off the buffers but what did you mean by:
add an output?
adjust buffers in gui ore file?
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