Dual channel is always better, no matter what platform you're using.
1 stick of ram.
I am getting 16gb ddr4 ram but next month i am getting another 16gb of ram for a total of 32 gb of ram.
4 performance impact of different configurations.
If you have two sticks, take out one and restart the pc.
I'm planning on building a pc with a ryzen 1500x, and i want to know how badly just one 8gb stick of ram will affect the system.
When the ram card is locked in the slot, both the clasps on the ram slot will snap into the “up” position again.
So, please consider the memory performance of the computer.
1 ram sticks and kits:
Place one thumb on each end of the ram card and press down gently but firmly.
Normally ram is at 1.9v when oc is at 2.1.
If you're using 1 stick of ram the slots really don't matter, they list it for dual channel though because you need to put the 2 sticks in the right slots for dual channel to work.
No problem, you can still manage to use your computer until you save some money and get a second one, having just one stick of ram is too risky.
Yes, 24gb ram is better than 16gb ram if the computer requires more than 16gb of ram.
Long story short, when i plug in one stick of ram, it works, but when i plug in the other, it doesn't.
Everything lights up and the fans spin, but no image displays.
If one of the sticks was actually faulty, the system wouldn't boot with only it.
I was having troubles with my ram and decided to add some.
Should i get 2 8gb sticks of ddr4 ram or 1 stick of 16 gb ram.
Should be fine using 1x8, though if you can afford it i'd get another.