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Originally Posted by pedropete View Post
Is that the main difference /

So - if I don't do video-editing - it's not going to make any substantial difference ?

Thanks for the clarification Chas.
That would be correct. If you're not using individual applications that make use of large amounts of RAM (primarily audio/video editing/encoding) or have a large number of open apps that you're working in simultaneously, you will not notice much improvement going from 4 to 8GB of RAM.

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