This is a split board - You can return to the Split List for other boards.

Any real benefit upgrading from 8gb DDR3 to 16gb DDR3?

#11Spidey555(Topic Creator)Posted 8/13/2013 10:09:14 AM(edited)
I think Skyrim heavily modded has memory leak problems, not ram problems.
---
360 GT: FiendishFiend
Steam: Spidey555
#12mrCubePosted 8/13/2013 9:49:59 AM
That's true. I go with 4GB for the VM that runs my server
---
---
#13VoxwikPosted 8/13/2013 10:19:25 AM
HydroCannabinol posted...
mrCube posted...
I can have DayZ, Chivalry, and a Minecraft server running on Linux on a virtual machine all going at the same time and still not use 8GB of RAM. 8 gigs is fine for most people.


This entirely depends on how much RAM you allocate for your virtual machine haha... FAIL.

I can have 0 programs running on my VM and it will use 16 gigs of RAM. What the deuce.

The average gamer isn't going to be using a VM, much less one with an excessive (even for most VM purposes) 16GB RAM allocation.
#14Fade2black001Posted 8/13/2013 10:23:39 AM
8GB is NOT enough RAM. I am telling you this from experience. Get 16GB and be happy for a long time. If I could I would easily go to 16 myself.
---
We're Americans! We don't quit just because we're wrong.
We just keep doing the wrong thing until it turns out right.
#15Fade2black001Posted 8/13/2013 10:25:13 AM
Spidey555 posted...
I think Skyrim heavily modded has memory leak problems, not ram problems.


FYI. Memory and RAM are the same exact thing
---
We're Americans! We don't quit just because we're wrong.
We just keep doing the wrong thing until it turns out right.
#16Reaper_MinionPosted 8/13/2013 10:59:20 AM
Spidey555 posted...
I think Skyrim heavily modded has memory leak problems, not ram problems.


Having a lot of RAM is a decent workaround for memory leaks.

If you play a lot of F2P games and MMO's, 16GB can be helpful. These games eat up a crapton of RAM and tend to have memory leak problems.
---
/|\ http://i.imgur.com/hK9c1lo.jpg?1
\|/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vE7x0WLz7SY