Be 16GB, 32GB, if the rams are not fast(around 3600mhz-3500) the perfomance will not change that much, just more random storage space and of course smoother gaming since rams will not be stressing.8 GB sound sufficient to actually run a single game, but I bet your loading times suffer and if you have other programs in the background later it might be tight.
Also depends on what exactly you have there. If you are running a single 8 GB module you are running single-channel speed and adding another 8 GB would give you dual-channel. If on the other hand you have 2 x 4 GB and only 2 slots then you would have to throw out all your existing memory.
Triple is equal to single channel, quad is equal to dual channel but there is no real benefit of quad apart from looking sweet cool. Dual channel is the wae for people who is not looking for looks, just perfomance.Slower speed RAM shouldn't do much, at a maximum 3% drop at half the memory frequency. When running a single game that is.
In any case, if you want the high bandwidth then the first order of business is to get dual-channel RAM working (or triple or quad or whatever you system can support).
What you think I try with this Terry ? same ?Where I am seeing massive gains, is in latency adjustments.
Try for 15, 17, 17, 35 at 1T....then run your most strenuous bench-marking software.What you think I try with this Terry ? same ?
Everyday PC - Ryzen 3 3200G / Vega8
I also now run all gmotor 2.0 on it
GTL, GTR2, PnG and rFactor all look better then my RTX2080
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EDIT: Did not want to go OT but OP has not been back
Stock and 4.1Ghz all cores
Memory XMP anymore fps would be appreciated
Not that the gmotor2.0 needs it just trying for 1440p (dynamic res ) @ 120 fps
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