Apart from using up too much disk space, how much swap space can you allocate before it will degrade performance or cause problems on an x64 OS? What differences are there between the x64 OSes? I'm not talking used swap space, just telling the OS use x much for swap.
I get sick of the problems associated with dynamically changing the swap size, and I don't want to run out. Plus I'm the type of user who has a lot of things open simultaneously even if they are large programs, eg. right now I have 12 chrome windows probably averaging 10 tabs per window, plus my other running programs including firefox.
Edit: Maximums allocated with no performance loss or errors so far
- RAM Multiplier: 4x Unknown OS
- Maximum GB: 128 GB Unknown OS