8th gen with 8GB Ram or 7th Gen with 16 GB Ram?

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  1. Jungstar

    Jungstar Notebook Enthusiast

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    The 7 gen is a Y processor! Run away! The other is an 8 gen U 15-25w processor. The Y is a 7-8 watt super weak processor. Go for the 8 gen!
     
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  2. Jungstar

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    You have obviously not read the computers he is considering - he is considering a Y processor. Also, I don't think he will be running virtual machines.... Then he would not ask..
     
  3. slimmolG

    slimmolG Notebook Consultant

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    @Jungstar
    The only thing that is obvious, is that I was directly responding to the comment in OP's post.

    Well.. something else is also obvious; but being obvious, it doesn't merit any additional text from me.
     
  4. Jungstar

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    Gosh, you are right. VM's. In that case none of them are good. 16 ram plus minimum a 7 gen U processor, although I would highly suggest a new 8 gen.
     
  5. nixliu

    nixliu Notebook Consultant

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    8th, you can upgrade ram by yourself later
     
  6. B0B

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    Isn’t it soldered?
     
  7. yotano21

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    He can download more ram in the future, makes it future proof.
     

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