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Solved Does increasing ram from 4GB to 8GB increases performance?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by VickyTech, Oct 12, 2019.

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  1. VickyTech

    VickyTech Thread Starter

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    I have a lenovo e41-15 Laptop.
    Processor - AMD A4 3350B 2GHZ Turbo boost upto 2.4GHZ
    Graphics - AMD RADEON R4 Integrated Graphics
    Ram - 4GB DDR3 1600MHZ
    L1 cache - 256KB
    L2 cache - 2MB
    I can run most games at medium or low graphic settings.
    The only thing I can upgrade in this laptop is RAM
    Does increasing ram from 4GB 1600mhz to 8GB 1600mhz helps to increase performance ?
     
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    Yes it does
     
  4. flavallee

    flavallee Trusted Advisor

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    Your Lenovo E41-15 laptop actually has an AMD PRO A4-3350B APU 2.00 GHz quad core processor which has AMD Radeon R4 integrated graphics.

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    Increasing the amount of RAM from 4 GB to 8 GB should improve speed and snappiness, but don't expect a drastic improvement in gaming quality.
    Its processor and integrated graphics doesn't have the "horsepower" for that.

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    You could install an SSD which will speed up loading and saving times but it won't affect actual game play.
     
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