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spectre x360
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am wondering if the Spectre x360 has Duall Channel RAM?

 

I'd like to know for both 8GB and 16GB varients, as well as for both the skylake and kaby lake models.

 

I only care about the 13" verzion, but I'd imagine the 15" would have the same answers.

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Hi,

 

There are many Spectre x360 laptops around and yes they use Dual channel architecture.

 

Regards.

BH
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thank you for your response. Do you have any references or proof of what you said being true? I'd like evidence/confirmation of some sort prior to marking it as a solution

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Hi,

 

The following image shows older generation:

 

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Newer generation supports 16GB as shown on my loan Spectre x360

 

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