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The most RAM you would need to play most titles maxed out?

#1Anticitizen97Posted 10/5/2013 6:32:47 PM
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#2BendoHendoPosted 10/5/2013 6:34:18 PM
32GB to be safe
#3Sergei_DukanovPosted 10/5/2013 6:34:47 PM
over 9000!
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#4NicodimusPosted 10/5/2013 6:38:15 PM
Most games don't even use 4GB, but 8 is safe for pretty much everything at the moment.
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#5Sergei_DukanovPosted 10/5/2013 6:41:53 PM
Nicodimus posted...
Most games don't even use 4GB, but 8 is safe for pretty much everything at the moment.


hes right, You could do 16 to be safe, but unless you are running multiple monitors, 32 is way to much.
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#6Fade2black001Posted 10/5/2013 6:42:45 PM
Sergei_Dukanov posted...
over 9000!


Most overused line ever.
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#7DarkZV2BetaPosted 10/5/2013 6:45:16 PM
Most titles?
2-4GB.
Most relatively demanding titles?
Still 4GB.
Everything?
8GB.
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#8KaiRyusakiPosted 10/5/2013 6:46:02 PM
Get a good 8GB stick now
worst case scenerio, you buy another 8GB stick in like 3 years
#9Fade2black001Posted 10/5/2013 6:46:52 PM
12-16GB if you like to do heavy multitasking.
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#10PhilOnDezPosted 10/5/2013 8:00:15 PM
Most titles are 32 bit meaning they can't address more than 3.5gb of ram in the first place. This means, so long as you don't have a ton of crap open in the background, 4 gb would be enough. I always have several chrome tabs open while using my pc, gaming or otherwise, and 8 has been plenty.
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