>tfw i bought 16gb of ram for $76 in early 2013
>tfw the price of ram nearly doubled 2 years later
> sold 1 stick of 8gb for $70 in early 2015 to buy a new gfx card for Witcher 3
feels pretty good fa/\/\
Why in the fuck would you use raid0? Do you not care about your data? I mean sure, with 850 pros there's very little chance of failure, but still.
Either way, I hope you keep proper backups. The speed you get through raid with 2 ssds is insane.
What do you render. Cause the only time i saturated 8gb of RAM with AE was with a huge project with a lot of particle effects, many videos in raw, I fucked up in not dividing the project in smaller sections.
I often render 1+ hour videos in multi camera with color adjustments in premiere and with 8gb never had a problem.
>complains about 16gb in his desktop
my fucking Surface pro 4 has 16gb and it runs hot when I play hearthstone
it won't get any memeier
where the fuck do you think you are?
4chan is nothing but memes
learn to deal with it or leave and run as far as you can and never look back
if the ram is there browsers will use it rather than writing hundreds of files to disk (hurting disk reliability on the long run) or redownloading them. if any other process needs the ram browsers will give it up.
measuring ram usage with browsers is cancer.
currently 8gb is "enough" for most single process usage (games), but given the quality of the ports lately and the hope that PC gaming wont be held back by consoles as much, 16 should be the norm now days.
32 is meme level, unless you are running VMs or some other specialized crap.
Computers only operate on base-2. If you have 512MB of RAM and then install another 512MB, you won't magically have 1000 all of a sudden, it's 1024. It's impossible to have exactly 1000MB of RAM installed.
1000 is only for convenience, because in all instances where memory or storage are concerned, you are always working with multiples or divisions of 2 on the silicon level.
1024 MB = 1 GB
I have yet to see any manufacturer call RAM a Gibibyte.
If we are going by OP standards, then you should call it:
17.18 GB of RAM
Nobody is going to change their terminology just because of a few autists.
Why does everything have to be a multiple of 2?
In base 10 you can display any number , like 1000 if you want to.
In base 2, you can display any number too. 1000 would be 1111101000
So what's stopping them from making 1000 instead of 1000 megibit or whatever it is ??
>Nobody is going to change their terminology just because of a few autists.
they'll either have to update the JEDEC standard if/when RAM will be counted in TB, or just follow the IEC standard like they should.
JEDEC only has KB, MB, GB
it's a good thing it will be obsoleted soon, because calling 1024 kilo (literally 1000 based on greek) is a fucking cancer that should die
>mfw I run out of ram using Chrome on my 8gb DDR5 setup
Biggest waste of money in my rig
Its ok, I would probably still go for 16GB in the future but 24GB is a bit overkill atm.
>falling for the 16 gb RAM meme
>falling for the Windows meme
>falling for the graphics card meme
>falling for the more than 500 gb of storage meme
>falling for the computer meme
>falling for the life meme
> >falling for the more than 500 gb of storage meme
This is bait.
gotta store all that porn and anime somewhere.
Whats the problem desu?