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1. | Jun 28, 2014
You do NOT leave it plugged in while doing this. It is not safe, if teehrs a problem with the power supply while you are attached to/touching the case you could get electrocuted by a a surge of power going thru it and into you.It is now advisable to just unplug it, because the I/O sheild plate will keep the motherboard grounded to the case. But the best solution now is to get RAM with heatsinks attached, so you can't damage the RAM by touching it.Check out my channel for more tips!
2. | Apr 19, 2013
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3. | Apr 19, 2013
RAM stands for Recent Access Memory, it is the amnout of data your computer is able to run at one time with decent efficiency. Therefore if a video game requires 2 gigs of RAM and your computer has, like my laptop, 2.2 gigs of RAM than you will be able to run it but it may lag some or be slow. Having a good video or graphics card is also important as they can reduce how much RAM is required for higher graphics. If you had to graphics cards and one was newer and better, your current one may run the game with minor lag or speed reduction but if you had the new graphics card it can access and run those graphics easier allowing you to run them more efficiently. Make sure also that you defrag the computer every so often as well, all that fragmented data can hurt a computers run ability a lot. But yes RAM does help gaming.