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i purchased 2 2gb sticks. i was under the impression they were triple channel kit.. but I am ignorant when it comes to literacy of RAM. if i have 2 2gb hyperx 1800mhz sticks than what do i have.? and if i over clockthem them. while having my cpu at 4.2 woudl the overclock be above the stated 1800mhz.
Triple means 3 sticks, 2 sticks is called a dual channel kit.
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YAY GUYS i got it im now DUAL channel this whole time i was only single CHANNEL I love this forum.. Yall are better than paid "experienced" sales man. So this is my cpuz guys... Thanks again.. now i just need to know what i can over clock too or if i even should? if its a 1800mhz 2gb stick and i have 2 of them..
    
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you might want to cool the ram (with a ram cooler) if you plan on really pushing the ram mhz.
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So.. What did i just increase.. If i have had single channel ram this whole time because it was in the wrong slot. and I am have it in the correct a1 b1 slots. what has now improved being dual channel kit? and is triple that much better?
    
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With triple channel you won't notice any difference while using your pc. Except that you'll get better results in synthetic benchmarks.

Here's an article explaining dual channelhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dual-channel So you'll know how this is better.
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Triple channel is not much better, and now with dual channel, yes it much better.
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Here is some benchmark results for dual vs triple channel : http://www.ninjalane.com/articles/ge...on/dualvtriple
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