What Is the Largest Memory Capacity in a Computer?

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The memory capacity of a computer is limited by two factors: hardware and software. Hardware in the sense that it depends on the various manufacturers: the vendors who make the mother board, the vendors who make the memory or RAM, the vendors who make the hard drive etc. All of these factors determine what the highest or largest memory capacity is for a computer.  
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As my limited knowledge largest memory capacity is 192 GB of ram, yes 192 Gigs set up in12 DIMMS, the largest I have ever found was the Dell Precision T7500 Tower Workstation Desktop
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The Cray XT Jaguar has been upgraded to 1.64 petaflops and with 284
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Not in 2 to 3 years, but eventually yes. FusionIO Octal ioDrive (PCIe based) packs as much as 5.12 TB. GlusterFS has deployments aggregating flash storage across multiple systems
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1. Read the system documentation that came with your computer. The system information for your motherboard will have the specifications that tell you the amount of memory in the system
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