So I want to make a RAM upgrade.

I want to make an upgrade to my RAM memory. I currently have 4GB RAM, so I decided to upgrade to 8GB. I have this: motherboard and I was thinking about getting this kit. I've heard that a kit runs better than than only one block of memory and as much as I understood my motherboard supports 8GB max. I don't know much about RAM so I wanted to ask if there would/could be any incompatibility issues and if I've orientated myself to a good kit of memory? My budget is about 60-70 pounds.

My system:
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 @2.50GHz
Asus P5G41T-M LX
Palit GeForce GTX 660 Ti Jetstream
Kingston 2x2GB RAM 1333Mhz
Corsair 550W PSU
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    It will fit, and yes the kit will be better because the company test it before the ram goes out the factory. And your MB can support 4GB in each ram slot and you can put more than 4GB on it.
  2. Many thanks for the quick reply! :)
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