Coffeeman

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It will get for this Christmas, some 4GB DDR III. Wich could really make some difference in Premiere Pro or PS( not on an industrial level, but for me)
Two GPU ( one that intel Core i5 offers and an nvidia geforce 410M with some 1 Gb of dedicated memory).



 

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Ahh, another person with switchable graphics. Nice. The i5 looks good as well. Do you experience heat with the switchable graphics?
 

Coffeeman

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Well, the cooler's "hatch":) to say so it's on the left side, so all the heat exits that way. Sometimes, when I play games like CoD Bops 2 or Dishonored, I sense a lot of heat coming from there, but other than that, works like a charm:)
 

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Coffeeman said:
Well, the cooler's "hatch":) to say so it's on the left side, so all the heat exits that way. Sometimes, when I play games like CoD Bops 2 or Dishonored, I sense a lot of heat coming from there, but other than that, works like a charm:)
I see. Have you considered then a cooling laptop pad?
 

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Yes, but the heating is not that "overheating", if you know what I mean. So, for the moment, just thinking to upgrade the ram.
 

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Coffeeman said:
Yes, but the heating is not that "overheating", if you know what I mean. So, for the moment, just thinking to upgrade the ram.
Ahh, I see. Upgrading to 8 would be good. :)
 

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Coffeeman said:
Valentin N said:
You should buy memory that is ddr.
I am not sure that I have fully understood your post. Could you please be more specific?
at the moment you're using single-channeled memory but you can upgrade so that the cpu can take advantage for dual-channeled memory for greater experience. Your cpu can handel ddr3-1333Mhz so search for drr3-1333Mhz on google