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Playing BF4 and Cod:Ghosts with 4GB Different from 8?

Hey guys i already ordered my 8GB G.skill sniper ram from newegg (really good deal)
I was just wondering what the difference will be from going to 8GB from 4GB. Right now im at 2x2GB sticks 1333MHz, going to 2x4GB sticks 1600MHz. How much better should it run if im getting about 35-60 fps. Same with Cod ghosts i get past 60fps but still buggy. Will i see a big difference?

Specs if needed:
-FX-6300
-HD 7870
-4GB G.skill memory
-520w PSU 80+ Bronze
Thanks!
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  1. Best answer
    Multiplayer games is where you will notice the difference, you're going up memory AND frequency, you also will, most certainly, notice an upgrade while navigating the internet and watching videos, a good example for a multiplayer game is BF4, that should run much better
  2. Actually I am sure playing games is pushing the 4GB to its limit and the 8GB may give you a bit more headroom at least for multitasking(having things open besides your game), but as tea urchin says your GPU and CPU aren't high end, but that is fine it is a budget build and will do well with 8GB of RAM
  3. tea urchin said:
    I suspect your cpu is the party pooper.


    Anonymous said:
    Multiplayer games is where you will notice the difference, you're going up memory AND frequency, you also will, most certainly, notice an upgrade while navigating the internet and watching videos, a good example for a multiplayer game is BF4, that should run much better
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