Gecata by Movavi
Simple and solid game recorder and streaming program
Frequently asked questions
What is the best RAM for gaming? Check out this list:
TEAMGROUP T-Force Delta RGB DDR4 32GB 3600MHz
TEAMGROUP T-Force Vulcan Z DDR4 16GB Kit 3200MHz
Corsair Vengeance RGB RS 64GB DDR4-3,200
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4-2666MHz
G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB DDR4-2,666
For more options, read this article.
RAM should be appropriate for the setup at hand. Sure, faster speed and lower latency is better for gaming overall, but if your motherboard doesn’t support high-frequency RAM, it’s not the memory sticks you need to upgrade. To significantly improve your gaming experience, start by getting a better processor or graphics card.
The vast majority of recently released games list 8 GB RAM as the minimal system requirements. This makes 6 GB RAM not enough to play virtually anything but old games and low-budget indie. However, if you want to be running any other apps while gaming (e.g., a few browser tabs, messengers, or a media player), it’s better to get at least 16 GB RAM.
RAM of a gaming PC should fit the overall build. In general, if you’re aiming for a great gaming experience, your motherboard should support a RAM of at least 3,000 MHz. If your setup can accommodate for a higher frequency RAM, like 3,200 or 3,600 MHz, but you can’t buy a RAM of the corresponding frequency, going lower than 3,000 MHz may negatively affect your player experience. However, if your motherboard supports only 2,666 MHz RAM or lower, there’s no need to buy 3,000 MHz RAM sticks since you won’t be able to utilize them properly.