Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by callumacrae, Jan 7, 2008.
In my Laptop RAM is 3 GB DDR2...
My laptop running Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit currently has 2 GB of RAM
4.5Gb on Win7 x64, but applications have started choking recently.
More hard disk space required
I m using desk top pc n its having 4GB DDR2 ram..
4 Gig DDR 3 ram
4 Gigabytes - My old pc had 512mb which I was fed up with
And THAT is why I hate windows. I'm running Mac OS X and Linux at the same time (not idling) and I rarely go above 50% RAM.
4 Gb on gaming computer, may be a lot but it shows. A lot of pro gamers get 8. I even know see that sometimes i cant even run recorders on high fps games. Still good though
i only have 512 till now
If you're using FRAPS, there's actually a little trick to that. Record a video at 60 frames a second over the 30 frames a second option and it will take away a very small amount of frames.
My new computer has 6 GB DDR3. Definitely an upgrade from 1.2 GB
2GB DDR3 on desktop and 3GB DDR2 on laptop
(AMD inside) Desktop: 2GB DDR2 800Mhz + 1GB DDR2 667Mhz = 3GB :tongue:
(Intel inside) Laptop: 4GB DDR3 1333Mhz :wink:
I might be upgrading from 4 gig to 6 gig soon
Not that I need it, this computer is amazing
I have 4 GB of mem. on this laptop (mine). Works great; Why would anyone need 6 GB of mem.?
Why not? I want to jump to 8gb. Not that I need it, but it'd be awesome to know that 1) Sims 3 could store pretty much anything it wanted in memory and not have to unload it, but more importantly for me 2) if any of it ever failed, I'll still have an awesome amount left after finding and removing the bad stick(s)
4GB of DDR3 RAM baby.
8gig of RAM for my computer costs £450 ($700)
What kind of RAM do you have and what clock Alex? The 8GB of DDR3 Corsair Dominator RAM I have in my desktop cost less than half of that price.
PC3-8500. Mind you, I didn't look very hard.
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