In our previous article, we compared dual and single-channel memory modes while the RAM capacity was the same in both cases – 16GB. But what if the capacity is different? Some machines have been shipped with just 8GB of RAM, which is the bare minimum these days not just for a gaming device but also for a normal daily routine of tasks like web browsing and watching videos at the same time.
In most cases, the majority of the gaming devices come with 16GB of RAM and that is perfectly fine – at least for now, you don’t need more than that.
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