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and u have to put'em on either slot 1n3 or 2n4
most duel channel memory comes with a stick(forgot what's it called) so it allows u to install only one mem-stick at a time
 

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I always wondered... do you have to get memory that is specifically sold for dual channel or si the only requirement be that they are exactly the same?
 

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To run dual channel you need modules of the same size, make (more specifically same ICs), and speed. Those dual channel kit things are just an advertising ploy.
 

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I've never heard of anything like that... maybe it's the XDR Rambus stuff? The DDR memory spec itself is 64-bit only.
 

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Wish my crappy Soyo KT600 supported Dual Channel a gig of $300 Kingston Hyper-X would be sweet in Dual Channel mode I HATE SOYO AHHHHHH!!!!
 

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Originally Posted by RSThrilla
and u have to put'em on either slot 1n3 or 2n4
most duel channel memory comes with a stick(forgot what's it called) so it allows u to install only one mem-stick at a time
That's all dependant on the mobo. My board you use 1&2 or 3&4 for dual channel kits. Just wanted to clear that up so that some unspecting person doesn't blindly throw there ram in dimm 1&3 and wonder why it's not running at 128-bit.
 
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