How much RAM Tags: New Build Windows 7 RAM Systems Last response: March 23, 2010 12:22 PM in Systems Share serous-2010 March 23, 2010 1:03:29 AM Planning a new cool computer. I will install 64-bit Windows 7 on it and work with graphic software like Photoshop and 3ds max (and of course, play some games). How much ram do i need? I was sure that 4 gb would be enough, but still want to make sure More about : ram MadAdmiral March 23, 2010 12:22:42 PM Depends on what your budget is. Ideally, if you had $1,200 or so, you could get an i7-930 with 6 GB of RAM. 4 GB is "enough", but depending on how much you use Photoshop and other non-gaming programs, you would likely see some benefit from more RAM (8 GB for AMD/i5/i7-8xx or 12 GB for i7-9xx). Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow much RAM would I need for game development and programming? Forum Solvedim confused how much ram can i put in my machine in total 32gb or 16gb Forum SolvedHow do I check how much memory (RAM) I have? Forum SolvedRam capacity mystery, how much can I put in the system. Forum SolvedHow much RAM do I need? Forum SolvedHow much of a role does RAM play in gaming performance? Forum Solvedhow much ram can i have? Forum Solvedi got Msi G31tm-p21 with procesor intel dual core E7200 i put some ram but not exepted how much ram exepted with that cpu tnx Forum SolvedHow Much Ram Is Enough For Gaming? Forum SolvedHow much more RAM can my computer handle? Forum SolvedHow Much RAM can Microsoft Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit - OEM hold? Forum SolvedHow much Ram can this mobo hold? Forum SolvedHow much RAM do I need? Forum SolvedHow much could I overclock 8gb's of 1600Mhz RAM? Forum SolvedHow much RAM is too much? Forum SolvedHow Much Faster is Quad Channel RAM Than Dual Channel? Forum SolvedHow much ram for gaming? Forum SolvedHow much ram does "feed the beast" actually require? Forum SolvedHow much should i expect for my old ddr2 ram - Strontium Forum SolvedHow much RAM is too much? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !