A point I have been belaboring of late: Anyone building an ultra budget system, should not be wasting money on premium AAA gaming, so performance in those titles is largely irrelevant. For esports an AMD Ryzen APU with 2x4GBor8GB of DDR4 3200 is very good bang for the buck. Here in the U.S. 3600 can be had for a couple more dollars lately, and provide a nice little performance boost thanks to the extra bandwidth for the APU. However, in some other countries, the prices can be obscene once you go past 3200.8GB is OK outside of high end gaming or of more complex productivity tasks,
for general usage and casual gaming it works well.
that being said, for building a PC right now, thinking of using it during the following years, I would recommend going with 16GB.
if you are not using the IGP I would not consider the 3200G and 3400G since the 3300x is way faster.
but I think the OP is from before the reviews.
It's pretty ridiculous how true that is. For my older computers (that at one point ran Chrome just fine) I switched to Opera since they managed to keep memory usage in check while also using Chrome's Blink and V8. Doesn't help with all the Electron apps though...I would say yes. Lots of modern apps like Slack are built on Electron, and office users will do a lot of work in Chrome. 8GB just doesn't cut it when you have multiple of those memory hogs open at once.
of the chromium based browsers I'm a big fan of Brave.It's pretty ridiculous how true that is. For my older computers (that at one point ran Chrome just fine) I switched to Opera since they managed to keep memory usage in check while also using Chrome's Blink and V8. Doesn't help with all the Electron apps though...
of the chromium based browsers I'm a big fan of Brave.
Are you planning to build the PC yourself, or are you looking at prebuilts?I want to buy cheap pc for office use and maybe sometimes games..
2400G was better than 3200G? but it was older gen..
I can buy I3 9100 maybe + GTX1650 card but only with 8GB RAM
which is the best choose?
16GB is must today with high clock?
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