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Old 06-18-2013, 12:18 AM   #1
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may I get better performance with more ram on an old machine?

Hi cgtalkers, Im using an 8 years old machine the processor is amd athlon 4200 x2, motherboard MSI K8N NEO2 PLATINUM 939, and only 2gb of ram , Is a good idea get more ram or it or I will not see difference ?, The maximum than support this machine is four, or it

I know that my machine is too old, but I cant afford a new one

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ZBrush is 32 bit so will only use 4GB of RAM. I would expect that upgrading from 2GB to 4GB would see some benefits, even on an old computer.
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