RE: Is 32GB RAM worth it? 12-19-2016, 05:29 AM #21
(12-18-2016, 06:28 PM)Mystique Wrote: I completely agree, but if its for a work PC where all your doing is checking mail and playing solitary you don't need it.
Of course, definitely so for those who simply navigate on Facebook or check their emails, Ram would not be an Issue. I fully agree.
I think It's safe to assume that most members registered on this board (and given the nature of It), would be Involved In some sort of resource-hungry task(s)- gaming, hacking (running VMs, VPNs, 60+ browser tabs open), GFX, Inclusive of data Intensive programs and applications and so forth. That's when the amount of available Ram plays a significant role In getting the job done.
(12-18-2016, 07:31 PM)BORW3 Wrote: Why has technology advanced in such a messed up way, Microsoft Office used to fit in 1mb Floppy disk, games in 3d used to be max 200mb. 512mb of RAM could play FIFA 2000, with just single core, but this days...
I have the good old 16 bit "Windows 3.1" In a bootable ISO file that's around 8MB (yes "8MB"). Nowadays, any 64 bit Windows 8/8.1/10 Is anywhere between 3-4GB+.