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if i upgrade my 4gb 1333ghz ram to 6gb 1333ghz ram will it realy make any difrance?
if so in what way?

boottime?
seeq?
gaming?

and will it help to get the one with the cooling plates?
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boot time- No.
seeq- Not sure what that is.
gaming- No.
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well the only advantage i have seen for more ram is if you are running after effects, or any other rendering program that heavily relies on ram useage
i dont think it will effect boot time too much or gaming; if you want to overclock your ram then it will be helpful but if not, probably not that necessary
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well the only advantage i have seen for more ram is if you are running after effects, or any other rendering program that heavily relies on ram useage
i dont think it will effect boot time too much or gaming; if you want to overclock your ram then it will be helpful but if not, probably not that necessary
Because you can clearly overclock your ram on a laptop.
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i have seen people oc on laptops plety of times its bios just need to have support
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well, you can multi-task better

also 6GB is always good for the future.
   
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