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21 Jan 2013  

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Unless you open CAD, 3dmax, crysis 2, video renderer like sony vegas and adobe premier or virtual machines at the same time 16 GB should be more then enough . However , Capacity is far more important than frequency and timings. Like for example , 2GB of 2400MHz would lose to 4GB of 1333MHz because neither photo shop nor high quality gaming can be done on 2GB of RAM.
I m currently running win 7 64-bit, and i have only ever seen my memory usage hit up to about 4-5 GB running games and other programs.
But you could use RAM Drive to assist your resource hungry Video Editing Applications. So with 16 GB you have 4 GB for your GPU's, 4 GB for your applications and 8 GB for a scratch drive or swap file drive.
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