Do Some PC games secretively benefit using more then 2GBs of ram? I just upgraded from 2 to 4gigs of ram (3.25GBs in XP) and noticed that games do in fact run better. Not so much frame rate wise per say as it depends on the game. For example: -BF2 loads faster with 3.25GBs of ram vs 2 GBs of ram when you delete the cache. Even though there is not much difference once the cache is already loaded the difference is noticed when you force BF2 to re-create the cache. -DiRT maps load much faster with 3.25GBs vs 2GBs. Also, I notice less of a dip when I go into grassy areas. When racing other cars I notice no dips when when I am facing opposite/parallel to AI vehicles. For example, if a track bends 90+ degrees you have a tendency to go the opposite direction. There are times when the AI cars haven't reach the bend and I can see them from the left/right side of the map. This would cause some noticeable lag even though the frame rate was essentially the same. Now there is no problem on those kind of multi car tacks. If I am facing opposite to vehicles to the left/right of me they ride by me with no lag whatsoever. -Medal of Honor: Airborne is much smoother when the frame rates dip which isn't often. Also, I noticed something very amusing, there is a mission where you have to take out the AI in bunkers as the US troops storm the beach. With 2GBs of ram there were very few troops on the beach. With 3.25GBs they are more on the beach. I am still testing other games but so far I'm noticing a difference. It's not necessarily a frame rate improvement per say but, it's a improvement in other areas of the game as described earlier. Anyone else notice this?