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On 2012-08-10 2:54 PM, Jay Lozier <> wrote:
There is a point of diminishing returns where more memory will not
noticeably improve performance depending on usage with increasing
memory. But the demands on the computer tend to increase with time as
people use more graphically intensive applications/websites.

Personally, I prefer install the maximum the motherboard can handle.

No argument there, especial as cheap as RAM is these days... ;)

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