I am decent gamer. I'd like to go through 100% of visuality and emotions (adrenaline, joy, aggresivity, action) that game can deliver. But as you can guess you need very good computer for it. And yes, you could buy a gamer computer, that costs 9000 dollars. Or make new computer that is as awesome as gamer computer for hmm... 1000 dollars.
But what are limits of Linux actually? I want to build a "monster PC" who will have just 10GB RAM "just in case" that is almost never used.
I really want to put like 64GB RAM, 4TB HDD, Intel Core i7-4770K, Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 and all that kind of stuff. Assume processor is 64-bit.
Is Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) able to handle this all? I mean, I had met proofs in my way. That prove that Linux is not lesser than Windows. But how much can operation system use of these all "things"?
Edited by RikTelner