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OmerFlame
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I don’t know why, but until now there’s been nothing to rant about (at least in my private life).

Crazy excited for ARM MacBooks though

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    @F1973 I saw your post and I am sorry for not tagging right, had a really long day :3
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    8GB of RAM in Macbook Pro is funny
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    @lamka02sk I am using a laptop constantly running Xcode which is a RAM guzzler with 8 GBs of RAM without a single hitch dude
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    @OmerFlame Your SSD hates you (probably). My RAM usage is normally around 10-13GB, I wouldn't survive with 8GB. DataGrip (2GB), PHPStorm (2.5GB), Firefox (2GB), Thunderbird (500MB), Slack (300MB), Skype (200MB) + some "smaller" stuff like Docker, NextCloud, Apache, PHP, MySQL, Node.js (Webpack is a fucking hog), Tresorit, sometimes Steam. Well...fuck
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    @lamka02sk It’s honestly responsive lol.

    Though RAM dependency highly fluctuates from workload to workload. In your case... I would recommend 32 gigs, just to be sure that nothing would interrupt you because that is a LOT of programs.

    In my case, I have lots of windows open but in highly optimized apps that reduce memory load and create lots of cache since it’s in their design to work like that. I can see why 8 gigs of RAM doesn’t appeal to you, honestly. For me it’s fine.
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    a max of 16gb of ram supported, that's a no for me
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    @OmerFlame you have been forgiven this time. Don't repeat again or else we'll cut off your balls during winter.
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    @F1973 oh no, not the testicle goblins... Anything but that 🤣
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    @OmerFlame ummm we target your nipples then.
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    @OmerFlame Oh yes baby
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    @OmerFlame
    At this point, I can't consider anything less than 64gb for my normal dev stack. I could get away with less, but it would come at the cost of strangling my containers and localstack.
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    @SortOfTested it highly depends on the workload. I would fully understand if you needed more RAM, I just don’t so the new MacBooks have a use case for me at least :D
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