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Desktop RAM

About Desktop Ram Beyond CPU and GPU, RAM stands as the third in line when it comes to the performance of a PC build. RAM acts as the PC's short-term memory, where the OS loads when the PC is turned on and it is where the applications run and store their information during active processing. So, it is very crucial for you to opt for the right alternative, as per your needs. Here is a quick overview of our recommendations: Less than 4GB: Recommended only for Lightweight User Most PCs, now-a-days, come with at least 4GB of RAM, except for the most basic budget builds available with only 2GB. If you are a lightweight user and want to use your PC for simple tasks with a minimal set of browser tabs, you can opt for less than 4GB. 4GB: Minimal Configuration for Productivity Users If you are running Windows 10 OS or macOS, you must go for at least 4 GB of RAM. It is, however, the most common minimum RAM configuration with PCs available for purchase today. It will enable you to work within 64-bit operating system territory. Having 4GB of RAM let users load a reasonable number of browser tabs and leave good enough RAM for working with applications like Microsoft Word and playing casual games. 8GB: The Sweet Spot Are you a heavy multi-tasker and do you often open a lot of browser tabs? If yes, then you should look for configuring a system with at least 8 GB of RAM. Even with heavy gaming and multiple tabs and applications, you shouldn’t find yourself bothered by noticeable slowdowns at all. It is turning into an option for even value-oriented PCs. If you’re purchasing a notebook that doesn’t allow upgrading RAM, 8 GB is a great baseline choice for using the device for a longer period. 16GB: Power Users If you’re a photographer using Adobe Photoshop or another advanced photo editing application, a videographer using Adobe Premiere or another video editor, or you’re using something like AutoCAD, then 8GB might not be enough RAM. For those, we recommend at least 16 GB. The same goes for hardcore gamers, even for demanding productivity users who know they’ll be using a huge number of applications at once. Starting with 16GB provides a cushion for most users and allows for working with very large spreadsheets and databases as well. 32GB and Beyond: For Enthusiasts With Specific Purpose If you are running a server, 32GB of RAM is an ideal choice for you. Going beyond 32GB can be justified for purpose-built workstations only.

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