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post #11 of 17
So for your motherboard, Put the 2 RAM sticks in the slots coloured either black or blue. Not one in black and one in blue.
    
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Originally Posted by Valnjes View Post
If You have two RAM modules in the same colored slots,
then You have Dual Chanel (128bit transfer rate).
Sorry but I dont get it... i donw know much about this subject and english is not my first language... I have two 2 GB sticks here now on my motherboard (side by side and others 2 slots empty)... How cai i see if they are in dual channel?
post #13 of 17
If they are in the same color DIMM slots, they are in dual mode.

Wan die moduls in zvei gleiche DIMM slots sind, dann sind sie in dual modus.

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if your running any windows 7 and you looked up your motherboard specs and the motherboard can handle it you will be fine!!!! your system will use about 65% of the ram!!! but keep in mine that your cpu may slow you down some!!! other than that your good!!!! please respond back im a+ cert for 12 years and some here are not!!! i will be doing live fixes in 2 weeks or less please watch me on ustream.com under ((alptech)) pc repair
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Being a A+ Cert for this discussion really has no need. It's a simple question about memory..

Also if he overclocks his 965, He should be way more than fine.
    
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Originally Posted by msi power View Post
if your running any windows 7 and you looked up your motherboard specs and the motherboard can handle it you will be fine!!!! your system will use about 65% of the ram!!! but keep in mine that your cpu may slow you down some!!! other than that your good!!!! please respond back im a+ cert for 12 years and some here are not!!! i will be doing live fixes in 2 weeks or less please watch me on ustream.com under ((alptech)) pc repair
I work with PC's since 1990., since my first 80486,
may I be an A+ for You too?

I run my PC shop and a Computer Hardware repair service for 9 years.

Its just a simply RAM question, no one needs an A+ for this.

Its not soldering or some kind of stuff that I do.

Here is a nice video how to upgrade RAM:

post #17 of 17
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Thanks for the replys guys, I just realised now the different collor in the slots... sorry for being lazy ;P


Just one more thing, I just bought this morning the 8GB 1600MHZ...
And I read in the site of my MOBO (ASUS M4A77T/USB3) this:

4 x DIMM, Max. 16 GB, DDR3 1800(O.C.)/1600(O.C.)/1333/1066 ECC,Non-ECC,Un-buffered Memory
Dual Channel memory architecture

So i dont get it... My mobo will be able to run the 1600Mhz speed?
Do I have to change anything in the bios?
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