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There is still a chance they won't. Johnny5: latency doesn't matter but they have to be of the same size and speed/type. XMP Questions,Ram speeds ect Sabertooth 990FX and dual-channel RAM question [Advanced Question] Dual Channel vs. in an AMD system, RAM sticks have to be paired. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-triple-channel-question.html

Dont have knowledge about single-dual chanel things. Normally I'm pretty good with grammer and spelling... Click here to Register a free account now! May 12, 2006 #5 Tedster Techspot old timer.....

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? wizoforbMember Since: August 5, 2004Posts: 204wizoforbFollowForum Posts: 204Followed by: 0Reviews: 51 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#5 Posted by wizoforb (204 posts) - 9 years, 10 months ago You should of upgraded to This would give me 512MB in each channel, and an equal balance. Or 2 and 4 k1114Apr 24, 2016, 6:45 PM Buying sticks separately does not guarantee they will work together.

People say it's not noticeable, but with DDR1, I configured my computer to single channel and same RAM, only to notice performance had indeed dropped. dual channel ram, question Started by Guest_nickko_* , Sep 20 2015 09:00 AM Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic #1 Guest_nickko_* Guest_nickko_* Guests OFFLINE Posted 20 and do they both have to be 512 or can i put 512 and a 256 in the other 2 to make duel channel work? But when it has to run in DC mode, it has to run in sequence, and that isn't possible with mixing SS/DS RAM: in SS, the sides of the RAM sticks

It is recommended to buy identical sticks for best performance. Can't find your answer ? Dual = consisting of or involving two parts or components usually in pairsClick to expand... http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3277420/question-dual-channel-ram-pairs-mixed-ram.html And how do I check to see if I'm running dual channel?Game-Guruonly if they are the exact same kind .

if you add a 3rd RAM stick it would disable the dual channel mode. 2. You already have 2GB of RAM, why do you want to add another 512MB. solved Ram Questions about Dual channel(16gb but only 8gb usable) doesn't say it's dual only single (same ram) solved RAM Question (Dual Channel, without 3 RAM sticks?) Question about Dual-Channel ram, BTW Tedster said: duel channelClick to expand...

  • 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
  • As far as I know, dual channel does very little on AMD systems, due to the on-die memory controller of the CPUs.
  • May 12, 2006 #4 KingCody TS Evangelist Posts: 992 +8 i stand corrected...
  • I have an AMD on an MSI motherboard.
  • It really depends on the motherboard.Click to expand...
  • lol :haha: May 21, 2006 #21 Tedster Techspot old timer.....
  • Can't find your answer ?

Forum Rules Admin of this forum / webdesignforums.net / Petri's IT Forum / The Corsair Memory Steam Group Founder/Creator/Admin of ZE SECRET PROJECT (Coming Soon) Wired View Public Profile Visit Wired's May 15, 2006 #10 JohnnyFiVe TS Rookie Topic Starter can u add different letter ones together? solved Newly built PC won't boot in Dual Channel, but will boot with a single stick of ram. Prof133Jan 6, 2004, 6:53 AM For enabling dual-channel for IS7, which uses the i865pe chipset, you'd have to use two or four memory modules; and rules apply.

TechSpot is a registered trademark. http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-memory-ram-question.html Posts: 4,274 In AthlonXP days, the memory controller was not on the CPU so how the memory controller worked depended on the chipset used (in Tedster's case a nForce2 chipset which hehe. However, when I put in the sticks, I noticed that my new RAM sticks had all the "blocks" of ram on one side, while the older ones had thinner "blocks" on

Please include your IP address in your email. and do u need ram that is actually "dual channel" for it to work? Posts: 6,000 +15 Vaynard said: no I meant an AMD 64 system Click to expand... http://pseudoblog.net/dual-channel/dual-channel-ddr-ram-question.html yes, i know that my celeron can adjust the ram at 1066 ghz and my windows xp x86 can see less tha 3.5 gb or ram as far i know my

The rest is accessed in 64-bit access mode. ByJohnnyFiVe · 24 replies May 11, 2006 i was wondering what exactly does duel channel ram mean? solved 2 different pairs of ram in dual channel MB solved Ram Questions about Dual channel(16gb but only 8gb usable) doesn't say it's dual only single (same ram) Question about Dual-Channel

If I was to upgrade and wanted to keep full Dual DDR, I would need a 512MB stick, and put it in slot 3, and the 256MB sticks in slots 1

User Name Remember Me? It's a 32bit Athlon XP system. (not 64) May 12, 2006 #6 KingCody TS Evangelist Posts: 992 +8 that's news to me... Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. there is no reason to add 1 512MB stick to a system that already has 2GB in it.

Does That mean I can Add 4 Stikcs to get dual Channel? Ask ! DirkVDV01Member Since: May 8, 2004Posts: 20155DirkVDV01FollowForum Posts: 20155Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#6 Posted by DirkVDV01 (20155 posts) - 9 years, 10 months agoSo if I put the 2 have a peek at these guys They also have to be installed in the correct slot pairing in the mobo (check the manual).

Using the site is easy and fun. or should they be the same? May 15, 2006 #9 KingCody TS Evangelist Posts: 992 +8 CL stands for CAS LATENCY. Usually, newer models have faster timings.

All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices The Corsair User Forums > General HoH Stuff > General Questions Dual Channel RAM Question User Name Remember Me? And how do I check to see if I'm running dual channel?Game-Guru No, it won't work, regardless of configuration. Simply adding more RAM does not always improve performance, and in some cases can reduce performance.

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