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When will the first 20g ram computer hit the market?

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When will the first 20g of ram capable computer hit the market. I know you can get them up to 16g's of ram today, but when will the first 20 or above be released???



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Unless you use AutoCAD or Photoshop to their maximum extent, you really have no need of anything much more than 8GB. 16GB doesn't hurt, I suppose. Servers with large amounts of RAM are much more useful and have been able to have more than 20GB for a long time. However, if you build your own machine, you are already able to put 8 stick of 8GB RAM in some motherboards for a total of 64GB of RAM. EDIT: One use of this much RAM would be to make a very small but extremely fast "drive" for yourself. But it may be difficult keeping your data with the power off...

Edited by Malgidus, 04 December 2012 - 03:42 AM.

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64GB RAM here:

EDIT: I have 16GB on my computer

Edited by SG-1, 04 December 2012 - 03:41 AM.

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I have 32 GB RAM on my computer. It's a trading computer but can be used as a gaming computer as well although that's not its primary function.

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