Solved 8GB Dual-Channel or 16GB Non Dual-Channel Tags: Memory G.SKILL Dual Channel Kingston Last response: October 14, 2012 5:43 PM in Memory Share Reverend October 14, 2012 5:50:58 AM My mobo supports dual and quad channel ram, I have three sticks, two 4gb g.skill ripjaws, and a kingston 8gb. Should I run the two 4gb in dual channel and leave the kingston out, or should I go 16gb and no dual channel? More about : 8gb dual channel 16gb dual channel Best solution abekl a b } Memory October 14, 2012 7:27:15 AM go for 8gb dual channel. It's still plenty of ram and you'll reap the speed benefits of dual channel operation. Share Reverend October 14, 2012 5:43:19 PM Best answer selected by Reverend. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solved8GB Dual-Channel or 12GB Single channel ? Forum 8GB DDR3 (dual-channel) x 6GB DDR3 (triple-channel) Which is better? Forum SolvedOne stick from a dual-channel kit went bad Forum SolvedCan I put a 4 GB RAM stick in dual-channel with a 8 GB RAM stick? Forum Solvedh81m-a does not Dual-channel? Forum SolvedDoes Dual_Channel affects LowEnd Haswell chips by much? Forum SolvedCannot get dual-channel to work on motherboard? Forum SolvedUsing 2 6gb DIMMS on a dual-channel system Forum SolvedASRock Z87 DDR3 - Issues with Dual-Channel Memory Forum SolvedIntel Xeon 1230V3 dual-channel 32GB RAM Forum SolvedDDR4, goodbye dual-channel, hello super hi-way. Forum SolvedQuad or dual-channel RAM? Forum SolvedWill this make dual-channel ? Forum SolvedOverclocking mixed dual-channel DDR2@667 to 800 Forum Solvedi7 920 and Dual-Channel RAM. Forum SolvedIs Triple-channel RAM the same/compatible with Dual-channel? Forum SolvedSingle Module and Dual-Channel Forum SolvedDual-Channel DDR400 RAM Forum SolvedMatching Modules for Dual-Channel Forum Solved4 modules or 2? dual-channel Forum More resources Read discussions in other Memory categories Compatibility DDR2 DDR3 Dual Channel RAM Corsair G.SKILL !