Some time ago, 4GB was more than enough for gaming and most daily tasks but those good days are gone.

Now there is a possibility that lots of games would not run on 4GB or won’t run with good performance.  


These days, modern games require at least 8GB of RAM. For the same reason most pre-built systems ship with at least 8GB or more to begin with. While the 16GB is considered to be sold as a gaming system to start with.  This gives enough RAM to run games and multitask as needed. It also gives the ability to run and stream a game on one monitor while responding to chat questions, playing music, or doing whatever on another.  


In realty, one can get by just fine with 8GB if just simply gaming goes, even the gaming performance tests, it is reported that the there is no difference between 8GB and 16 GB in terms of quality, or performance of the games. That means both 8GB and 16GB performed at 56 fps.


But in general more RAM can make your computing easier, but if you are looking to improve overall performance of you computer, a better video card is going to make a much more difference than having 32GB, which may have no effect at all.




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