Today’s software applications make greater demands on your system’s memory. Take full advantage of your software’s productivity enhancements by upgrading your memory and optimizing the efficiency of your desktop PC, with a PNY memory upgrade. Let’s take a look at why you may need a memory upgrade, and how you can maximize your PC.Potential Reasons for Needing More Memory
You Just Upgraded Your Operating System: One common reason for requiring additional computer RAM memory is operating system upgrades. For example, if you just upgraded your operating system you will find that Windows 8th or 7th requires more RAM than previous models. As operating systems become more sophisticated they need more memory to do their job. This will take away from the amount of computer RAM memory that is available to your other computer applications. Whenever you upgrade your operating system, it’s a good time to assess your computer’s RAM memory needs.
You’re Getting Your Game On: From the casual gamer needing a simple upgrade or storage solution, to the advanced gamer desiring all the dynamic visual effects of the latest DirectX 10 and DirectX 11 games. With today’s advanced visualizations on many popular PC games you may need to increase the RAM memory on your PC in order to maximize your gaming experience. As the gaming world evolves the more advanced games will put an increased memory demand on your system.
You Upgraded Your Business Software: Upgrades of common business software are another factor that can create a need for more RAM memory. Just as with operating systems, business software gets more complex with each new version/update, and invariably it seems like the computer RAM memory needs an increase. If you’re installing new software on your PC, closely look at its memory requirements, and see if you need to upgrade.
You’re Adding a New Graphics Card: If you are installing a new graphics card in your computer system, you may also need to add additional RAM to your computer. Graphics cards depend heavily on your computer’s main RAM, and if there’s not sufficient memory available the video card is going to have poor performance. To play it safe, your best bet is to reference the manufacturer’s specifications on your new graphics card, and see if you ultimately do need to purchase additional memory.
General Use Upgrade: If you realize that things are just taking too long to complete, or you can actually hear your computer “churning” while it is working on large tasks, this is a sign that it could benefit from more computer memory, and you should upgrade it as soon as possible to improve your computer’s general performance.The PNY Advantage
PNY was founded on the memory business in 1985. With almost 30 years of business experience we have been serving consumers, B2Bs, and OEMs worldwide.