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4gb vs 8gb ram

ZeroIncoming
GB Enlisted: 2011-11-12
2012-12-20 00:00 , edited 2012-12-20 00:00 by ZeroIncoming
I have a 7950 HD and a i5 3570k and 4gb ram. If I get 8gb ram would I see noticeable difference ..

What is your experience moving from 4gb ram to 8gb ram
xXx_MiNi_xXx
IE Enlisted: 2011-10-24
2012-12-20 00:14
noticeable ?

Not really. You would be able to run more programs at the same time and context switch between them quicker but in bf3 terms you'll see no real performance improvement
SpruceMoose95
AU Enlisted: 2011-10-28
2012-12-20 00:17
xXx_MiNi_xXx said:
noticeable ?

Not really. You would be able to run more programs at the same time and context switch between them quicker but in bf3 terms you'll see no real performance improvement
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BloodyValley
CA Enlisted: 2012-02-25
2012-12-20 00:27
If you play games such as Minecraft it would be better, it seems minecraft runs mostly off RAM.
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Kudaku
NO Enlisted: 2011-10-26
2012-12-20 09:17
Not quite what you're asking for, but: I recently added an SSD hard drive to my setup and installed BF3 on it along with windows. My map load times went from ~45 seconds to about 10. If you're frustrated with long loading times then an SSD is a great purchase.
VR-Rhynooooo
US Enlisted: 2011-10-25
2012-12-20 09:22
Adding more RAM won't give you better FPS if that's what you are asking. 4 GB of RAM is enough for Battlefield.
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TheDude-ak47
XK Enlisted: 2012-10-31
2013-10-07 19:52 , edited 2013-10-07 19:53 by TheDude-ak47
i beg to differ ,my 4gb ram have 3.99 utilization ,so in other words its already maxed