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Is Two 2x4 Sticks Of Ram Okay?

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And what about 4 4gb sticks?

you could do that. but 2 8 gb will be better then you can upgrade even more later on

As the title says.

 

The ram i was looking to buy seems to only want to come in 2x4, so could i just get two of those without issues?

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I don't know why it wouldn't be

 

Dual-channel is usually (marginally) better than a single stick anyway

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its better than 1 stick unless you are upgrading later.

 

if you want 8gb get 2 4gb sticks

 

if you want 16 get 2 8gb sticks 

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its better than 1 stick unless you are upgrading later.

 

if you want 8gb get 2 4gb sticks

 

if you want 16 get 2 8gb sticks 

 

And what about 4 4gb sticks?

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Yeah.. why wouldn't it be?

 

 

I don't know why it wouldn't be

 

Dual-channel is usually (marginally) better than a single stick anyway

 

 

its better than 1 stick unless you are upgrading later.

 

if you want 8gb get 2 4gb sticks

 

if you want 16 get 2 8gb sticks 

 

My Bad, i did not see the 2x8gb option, please ignore my mistake and sorry for wasting anyones time.

 

Thank You For The Help.

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