Question 6gb ram apex legends

King084

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So i run 6gb ram one 2gb 1333mhz and one 4gb 1333mhz. On apex legends at 144fps dips to 110. With 1080×1080 streched res and it seems to run fine will i get more fps or a smoother expiriance with 8gb

I know the real bottleneck is tthe bad cpu so yeh but i dont got money for upgrades

My pc
I5 3570
6gb ram
Gtx 1070 gaming x
NO OC.
 

Rae Nelvin

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So i run 6gb ram one 2gb 1333mhz and one 4gb 1333mhz. On apex legends at 144fps dips to 110. With 1080×1080 streched res and it seems to run fine will i get more fps or a smoother expiriance with 8gb

I know the real bottleneck is tthe bad cpu so yeh but i dont got money for upgrades

My pc
I5 3570
6gb ram
Gtx 1070 gaming x
NO OC.
Not quiet or maybe even no. But sure thing if you want more performance you need to upgrade that CPU. The CPU is the one that's bottlenecking the fps not the RAM.
 
If the lack of memory keeps interrupting the cpu, then you can potentially solve some of the issue with more ram. And instead of looking at a cpu upgrade, you can easily move to a complete new platform by getting an off-lease HP/Dell minitower that will give you much more of an upgrade than moving to a 3770k:
https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/Intel-i5-4670-vs-Intel-i5-3570-vs-Intel-i7-3770K/1933vs827vs2
 

RodroX

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If you wana be competitive, no matter what game you play (and besides what everyone else already wrote), you usually want to be able to enable dual channel. So whatever you do (upgrade, move to a newer platform, etc) is usually a good idea to get a RAM kit like 2x4GB or 2x8GB, etc. And then be sure to check dual channel is working.
 

King084

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If you wana be competitive, no matter what game you play (and besides what everyone else already wrote), you usually want to be able to enable dual channel. So whatever you do (upgrade, move to a newer platform, etc) is usually a good idea to get a RAM kit like 2x4GB or 2x8GB, etc. And then be sure to check dual channel is working.
I think im on dual channel with 6gb
 
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