As for now, it's waste of money.
You don't need it if you're just gaming
Waste of money if you don't really need it it's not worth it
If you only play games and maybe watch YouTube or something like that while you do it, 16gb is enough. If you are an Hardcore video editor then I would go for 32gb
i think 32gb is better because you get twice as many gb compared to 16gb
for some specific games, it's better to have 32gb, for exemple Star Citizen. It is really specific to some app and games but 16 is more than enough
Depends on what you are doing, if you are just playing games 16 is more than enough.
if you do work and research and have 50+ tabs open + software and then want play csgo without closing anything you'll need 32gb
16 is enough even 8 is not that bad
32 is an overkill imo (if only gaming)
Got 8gb and i have no problem with gaming(mhw, bf1, ow, etc.)while watching 480p twitch streams/youtube vids
But some games got problems with just 8gb like scum and ark (early access shit)
Still if you dont do professional work 16gb is more than enough
Actually even 8gb is enough for most games.
depends on what games ure playing
"More than 8gb" is more like it. For example, I couldn't launch Doom 2016 due to insufficient amount of RAM when I had virtual memory disabled on 8gb ram machine- it needed just a bit more.
16 gb because it's adviced to use exact same model for all DIMMs. It's just uncommon to sport 3x4gb for 12gb with 1 slot empty, usually it's just either 2 dimms to fill both ram channels or all at once.
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Well, I almost never ran out of my 8GB (ran out only in non-steam hitman 2 installation)
16GB is more than enough
I have 32, when after effect is on - its still consume 90% of my RAM anyways, so no difference for me :|
(i got another 16 a couple of weeks ago)
edt. just for comparition - sony vegas/premaier never going over 10gb (even during render), after effect eats whole shit from my PC even while idle :c
If you render 3D Stuff and cut videos a lot, then you should go with 32GB. But for gaming and light video editing and that stuff, 16GB is completly fine :)
depends on what do you expect from your pc
only gaming 16gb
Meh 16 is fine unless you're a content creater and need to use adobe suite. 8 is getting pretty bad though, some games that I play are already struggling and stuttering with 8GB of RAM (Kingdom Come Deliverance, Forza Horizon 4 etc)
16GB is must if you want to play new games, soon all new games will go over 8gb. It will take 5plus years for 32gb
Most systems 16gb is fine but video editing or servers need a shitton more memory
32gb just if you need to run fluids simulations and high resolution video renderization
If you are mining oil it's worth it
Of what? Ram? Internal space of a cellphone?