Base-memory meaning

The amount of RAM that comes with each model of a particular computer. The base memory can usually be upgraded to a significantly higher amount. For example, a desktop machine with 256MB might be upgradable to 1GB.
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(computing) The first 640k of RAM on an IBM-compatible PC.
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(computing) The amount of RAM installed on a new PC (that may be upgraded by the user)
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