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I play Dota and Dota 2 mainly. But i occasionally play the rpg game and mmorpg game just for the story.

I changed my mind once again about my plans. I think I will buy just two more more sticks of Corsair Value 1333 ram to up my ram to 16gb use the extra budget I have to buy a cheap headset and then wait till next year for a new line of graphics cards from either nvidia or ati.
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What do you do that requires 16GBs of RAM lol? If you was to buy a new line ATI/nVidia card next year - I'm sure your CPU will bottleneck it - so think about a new CPU also.
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post #13 of 13
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What do i do that requires 16GBs of ram? Not that much, but I can also say the same with my 8GBs of ram hahahahaha biggrin.gif

Regarding new line of ATi/nVidia card next year - I'm thinking there are two benefits. One; there may be a new mid range card - i'm not going to get the latest one. I don't think it will be bottle necked by my processor yet - or at least not that much. Two; if there isn't any mid range card that's worth an upgrade then there's a chance the old cards will be cheaper. Then I can probably get a better card than what I can get now.

Not really sure that will work in that way though.
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