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 The Processors columns are the maximum supported physical processors (also called sockets) for the x86 (32-bit) and x64 (64-bit) operating system version. \\ The Processors columns are the maximum supported physical processors (also called sockets) for the x86 (32-bit) and x64 (64-bit) operating system version. \\
-If the processors value is appended with "(n)" that is the maximum number of logical processors (also cores or threads). \\+If the processors value is appended with "(n)" that is the maximum number of logical processors (also cores or threads).  So a processors value of 2 (256) would be 2 physical processors and 256 logical processors. \\
 If the logical processors is a pair of values separated by a "/" the first value is the number of logical processors with Hyper-V enabled. \\ If the logical processors is a pair of values separated by a "/" the first value is the number of logical processors with Hyper-V enabled. \\
  
 The Physical RAM columns are the maximum supported physical memory for the x86 (32-bit) and x64 (64-bit) operating system version. \\ The Physical RAM columns are the maximum supported physical memory for the x86 (32-bit) and x64 (64-bit) operating system version. \\
-The values are noted in GB although current IEC standards are GiB for gibibytes.+The values are noted in GB although current IEC standards are GiB for gibibytes (1 GiB = 2^30 bytes = 1,073,741,824 bytes = 1024 mebibytes).
  
 Values that are "na" are not applicable. \\ Values that are "na" are not applicable. \\
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