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I think it's about 1gb RAM per client.

You can basically run 5 bots on a 6GB ram even with an i3 for CPU.

Assuming that nothing else is open other than OSB.

To use my build as an example - 10GB ram - i7 2600k and I can run about 7 clients along with browser/discord open.

Everything else on my pc is well out-dated (Geforce 8800GT for a GPU) and don't seem to be a problem on the way the clients run

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59 minutes ago, DaCherry said:

I think it's about 1gb RAM per client.

You can basically run 5 bots on a 6GB ram even with an i3 for CPU.

Assuming that nothing else is open other than OSB.

To use my build as an example - 10GB ram - i7 2600k and I can run about 7 clients along with browser/discord open.

Everything else on my pc is well out-dated (Geforce 8800GT for a GPU) and don't seem to be a problem on the way the clients run

Thanks a lot!

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21 hours ago, DaCherry said:

I think it's about 1gb RAM per client.

You can basically run 5 bots on a 6GB ram even with an i3 for CPU.

Assuming that nothing else is open other than OSB.

To use my build as an example - 10GB ram - i7 2600k and I can run about 7 clients along with browser/discord open.

Everything else on my pc is well out-dated (Geforce 8800GT for a GPU) and don't seem to be a problem on the way the clients run

Ok so my laptop got 16 gb ram with i7 core. I bought this one a couple of month ago and ive run 10 osbot clients several times without experiencing any problems + having a browser open. The only thing that kinda worries me is how hot my laptop gets lol. 80 °C was my max once

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