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New RAM maybe? *Resolved


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JassoDoesIt

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Ok im a newbie with this stuff so thats why I am here, i need to know if this part (The New RAM) and (This PC) are compatible and if they are, is it really worth upgrading? ive been gaming on crappy PC's my whole life and dont really care about the graphics I want to know if this will help boost my games performance even if its running on lowest settings. If you know something or learn something that will help me please post thank you very much.


Edited by JassoDoesIt, 26 January 2015 - 08:31 PM.

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:welcome: JassoDoesIt 

Adding more RAM will make absolutely no difference to your game performance.

The computer is meant to be used for general office tasks, browsing the internet, low level media streaming.   

The CPU is a low end unit,  Intel® Celeron® Processor J1900  Max # of PCI Express Lanes = 4. http://ark.intel.com/products/78867/Intel-Celeron-Processor-J1900-2M-Cache-up-to-2_42-GHz 

 

This review includes the performance of the J1900 CPU integrated HD graphics > http://www.techspot....il-d/page5.html

You would not be able to add a video card to the computer, and that would be the only upgrade part that would make any difference at all to gaming.


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:welcome: JassoDoesIt 

Adding more RAM will make absolutely no difference to your game performance.

The computer is meant to be used for general office tasks, browsing the internet, low level media streaming.   

The CPU is a low end unit,  Intel® Celeron® Processor J1900  Max # of PCI Express Lanes = 4. http://ark.intel.com/products/78867/Intel-Celeron-Processor-J1900-2M-Cache-up-to-2_42-GHz 

 

This review includes the performance of the J1900 CPU integrated HD graphics > http://www.techspot....il-d/page5.html

You would not be able to add a video card to the computer, and that would be the only upgrade part that would make any difference at all to gaming.

Thank you very much! :) next time I buy a pc ill make sure I don't overlook the product... -_-


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Sorry to have not been able to give you better news.   For your next rig, come back and we can give you a configuration that you can build yourself.


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