It's also completely misleading. Real world gains from dual channel are in the 4-7% range. Now there is no reason to lose 4% to 7% of performance but there is no huge difference.
Don't use Kingston RAM if you can get something else for the same price. They are the only company that still uses RAM requiring 1.65v to reach DDR3 1600 cas 9. Literally every other company has switched to ICs only needing 1.5v. The Kingston is fine for AMD based systems but don't use them in Intel builds.
its being talked about advatage not huge difference
if u run 2 stick u ll be running memory in dual channel which will be a great increase in performance than running a single stick in single channel
You said it not me
cause its a difference
What if you want to get 16gb of ram for dual channel, but simply don't have the money to upgrade right away. Buy one stick of 8gb with intention of getting another one later
i am using two 4 gigs rams.....and they really do nice job....there is some edge of having two 4 gb instead of a single 8 gb.....because of dual channel