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CPU relation x ram


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#1 Clade

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Posted 07 June 2015 - 05:05 AM

Hello everyone!
 
The language used is not English, so I request patience.
 
What is the best relationship between the processor capacity and the ram available?
 
Correct if I'm wrong, but I imagine that there are cases where only the increased ram will not have direct relation in proportion to the increase in ram memory. Yes or no?
 
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Posted 07 June 2015 - 11:52 AM

There isn't a real relationship between RAM and CPU.

 

Increasing RAM above the amount you actually use would not result in an increase in performance.

 

For a Windows 7/8 machine 4GB of RAM will function okay for low end use.  For normal use I recommend 8GB of RAM.  For more intense applications the amount of RAM will depend on the application being used.  Very few people need more than 16GB of RAM.



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Posted 07 June 2015 - 12:17 PM

This article will go into depth to explain the relationship between the CPU, RAM, and the HDD/SSD. 


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Posted 08 June 2015 - 03:18 PM

Thanks  Kilroy and DC3.
 
DC3, Excellent material.





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