If I were to have, say, 512MB in one channel, and 256MB in the other, only 256MB of the channel with the 512MB stick would be running in Dual DDR, since If you put in four identical sticks, all will be running dual channel mode. If moving from 512MB (2x256MB) to 1GB, add a 512MB stick and place it in the memory slot that appears to stand alone and the two 256MB sticks in the two You should see that two slots are blue and two slots are black. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-triple-channel-question.html
This would give me an optimal Dual DDR setup. PCWorld Home Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Who's Online What's New? It's a system capability that requires a memory controller with two channels each of which must be connected to at least one memory module. Instead of having to read 128 bytes from one module, you read 64 bytes from each of two modules at the same time and accomplish the same amount of data being
Yup, its a HP/Compaq and A8N Asus motherboard. Why wont both run? RAM Question - Dual Channel DDR2 Ram Question - dual channel???
And you have a 50% chance that the first one you try is correct... Say I installed 2 sticks of quality 256MB-DDR400 in banks 1 and 2 of the A7N8X board, and now have 512MB total of dual channel DDR. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. My new comp came with 4 slots, but only came with two 256 in two of the slots.In the other two slots do i have to also put another 256 or
There appears to be no standard and although speedy is probably right (he usually is) you can't be sure wether you use two in the same colour or two in the My Asus is an "A8V". Fallout from aliens destabilizing economy by counterfeiting all global currencies? https://books.google.com/books?id=oQIAAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA38&lpg=PA38&dq=Dual+Channel+DDR+Ram+Question?&source=bl&ots=VyEjCsjUi_&sig=qVtzNII-1E5u69wL2oBw_sS408s&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjquMWZ987RAhXoxYMKHYNrC1YQ6AEIMDAC A few things though... 1.
What's the English for "chiodo scaccia chiodo"? What is for certain though is that Dual Channel DDR will only boost speed by 2-3% so don't crack your head about it all. No Tonelli or Fubini What's the difference between a bond priced at $100 and the same bond having a $1000 par value? My answer was specifically pertaining to the situation in the orignal thread, based on that motherboard. · actions · 2006-Aug-26 4:46 pm · GemPremium Memberjoin:2005-09-10·CableOne
To make the move to 1GB you'd want to add two more 256MB memory modules. Off to buy my RAM now · actions · 2006-Aug-26 6:52 pm · signmeuptoo94Bless you HowiePremium Memberjoin:2001-11-22NanoParticle
My 2x512mb are in A1 and B1. · actions · 2006-Aug-26 5:40 pm · BAMVMjoin:2001-05-24Vancouver, BC
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Will it make any difference at all? Since yours is at least a socket 754, I would bet its the same. Site Content Copyright Valve Corporation 1998-2015, All Rights Reserved. have a peek at these guys Suggestion from my fellow Mac users: Windows laptop [Apple] by Cesco399. 150/20 Plan SB6190 only 24x3? [ComcastXFINITY] by BehrPaintPro339.
That theoretically doubles the memory bandwidth. In order to make use of dual channel, the stick in each pair need to match. The other pair (dual channel) is empty. The time now is 08:16 PM.
So, all have to be same? · actions · 2006-Aug-26 4:58 pm · Sweet WitchBe the flame, not the moth.MVMjoin:2003-07-15Gallifrey
I'll be astounded if it makes even 1fps difference in gaming. ~~ArdEnuff~~ View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by ~~ArdEnuff~~ Find Threads by ~~ArdEnuff~~ 08-17-2012, 05:15 AM wipe your paws. 22-02-2011,09:26 AM #5 wratterus View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Unknown Device Join Date Apr 2007 Location Top of the South Posts 11,945 Re: Dual Channel RAM Replace and strike any key when ready. Quick Navigation PressF1 Top Forums PressF1 PC World Chat Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home « Previous Put the RAM in one way, if it doesn't enable dual channel, try the other way.
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