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Memory bandwith and capacities discussed

Posted on Tuesday, October 25 2005 @ 13:56:08 CEST by

Legion Hardware has published an article about memory bandwidth and capacities.
After recently spending a lot of time comparing 1GB and 2GB dual-channel memory kits in an effort to learn which configuration offered the best bang for you buck, many other questions and ideas arose. Currently I believe 1GB of memory is still the sweet spot for most gamers as it’s a perfect balance of price vs. performance. However, avid Battlefield 2 players will probably agree that there is a need for 2GB of system memory when playing this game. Gamers that play other massively multiplayer games will also see benefits from the larger 2GB memory capacity.
You can check it out over here.



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