We’re about half way through our Gaming Computer Component series here on Elite Gaming Computers and today we’re going to talk about how to choose memory.
Memory, or RAM, is another crucial component that will play a huge role in your new system’s ability to operate efficiently.
Basically, it’s the temporary storage device your gaming computer’s processor uses to make certain calculations. It’s the place your processor goes to do its work.
Yes, that’s correct… despite the fact that your PC game is stored on your hard drive, your CPU still has to go to your RAM to do the calculations necessary to making your game work properly. And, the faster your CPU can receive the information it has just worked out on your RAM, the faster your game will go.