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is it worth it.why? or why not.
 

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You will definitly notice an increase in speed with dual channel why wouldn't you get it? lol
 

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Picture it as if you where adding another lane of traffic to the freeway.<br />
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cost!!!
 

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Dual channel allows one or more sticks of RAM to be read\\written at the same time instead of one at a time. THis can increase the throughput of the RAM by a decent margin (10% I think)
 

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</div>Depends on what configuration of modules and what type of performance you want.
 

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games, going to use 677 ram, what kind should i get??
 

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whats your budget?
 

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would like 2gb( 2-1gb sticks) 200-300 dollars
 

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