Question About Duel Channel DDR
Jump to content FacebookTwitter Geeks to Go Forum Hardware System Building and Upgrading Welcome to Geeks to Go - Register now for FREE Geeks To Go is a helpful hub, where A few months ago one of my memory cards got bad, so I had to take it out and throw it away. linux memory dual-channel asked Jun 22 '16 at 16:44 Jay 262212 0 votes 1answer 193 views Unequal size dual channel ram, and lower-than-expected frequency I'm updating a Dell Inspiron N5030, and Identically paired memory modules must also be used when populating DIMM sockets 1 of channel A and B. have a peek here
otherwise, save your money and get another pair of CAS 3 dimms, or spend more cash and get a pair of 1GB dimms. Besides; the low prices, cheap shipping and quick delivery Newegg provides can't be beat!!Here is what I am looking at for my next build/upgrade:-ASUS A8R32-MVP Deluxe Socket 939 ATI CrossFire Radeon Moridin wrote:Kid Chaos wrote:Dual Channel DDR does not require special memory modules. Reply With Quote January 16, 2008,04:54 PM #3 Ummagumma View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Custom User Title Citizen Join Date Sep 2006 Posts 2,885 Re: Question
Sometimes the MBs accept 4GB but work at less than 400MHz....333MHz..when all DIMMM slots are populated. so are you saying that simetrical is right that a mobo with 2 memory banks can operate one bank (512mb+512mb) at dual channel mode, while simultaneously operate the other (1gb+empty) in The screenshots lead me to believe that it figures out what type of ram you have, amongst other things. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates,
So in John's situation, and if he was using a supported chipset, there would be dual-channel performance up from 0-1gb addresses, and >1gb+ to 2gb addresses will be accessed in single-channel They usually sell these in ddr kits with 2 chips from the same manufacturing run. Tjvelcro 0 Advertisements #2 Spider-Man Posted 04 February 2007 - 04:25 PM Spider-Man Member Member 167 posts The new sticks won't run as dual channel unless they are identical to the Top Moridin Gerbil Posts: 30 Joined: Fri Jul 05, 2002 10:04 am Quote #4 Thu Mar 20, 2003 4:25 pm Kid Chaos wrote:Dual Channel DDR does not require special memory
Dual channel is a bit different, and entirely depends on the memory controller/motherboard. How can one check without opening the case, if his or her RAM was DDR or DDR2? capacity is a bigger factor. I guess it'...
One memory controller is dedicated to one dimm slot. Reply With Quote January 17, 2008,04:26 AM #10 spartan_phalanx View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Citizen Join Date Apr 2005 Location MT, US Posts 675 Re: Question Changing from one to the other is something a moderately well-trained monkey could do in two minutes. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. The first thing he said was first we'd have to check if my RAM was DDR or DDR2. I am running a legacy Windows XP 32-bit PC (not for internet use of course). Originally Posted by allthesedamnnamesaretaken A better way, if you can afford it, is to replace your two 512 mb sticks with a new 1 gb stick.
Thanks.... navigate here So my question is could I buy 2 of these sticks (2 of the same product) and put em in my mobo and make them work in dual channel? sprucebr1Feb 5, 2008, 3:57 AM Yes, I would think that if you were to add 1GBx2 + 512x2 for 3GB that it would work. I suppose theoretically I could sell my old RAM? *wonders who on earth would buy it* Seems a terrible waste to just get rid of two perfectly good 512 sticks.
The first tab is all kinds of things about your processor, bus speed and related info, but the memory tab will say whether it is running DDR or DDR2, wether it Yes, the only difference is that you install them in pairs. Then all I have to do is buy a kit or 2 of the same single sticks (which I would do since they are cheaper during this sale), so they can Check This Out By default, applications in user space are limited to 2 GB of addressable virtual memory and therefore no one user-space application can use more than 2 GB of RAM, but You
Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now! Last edited by allthesedamnnamesaretaken; January 17, 2008 at 06:31 PM. You can even test a single chip at a time.
Originally Posted by John I Tzimisces But yes if I do pursue this further I'll be sure to bear in mind buying a gig stick to replace the old ones.
If you know what motherboard you have, you can check its specs online to see if it even supports ddr2. ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection to 0.0.0.10 failed. On the other hand, it might not be wise to give user space 3 GB, since apparently video memory gets mapped to the top of kernel memory. http://puchinet.com/question-about/question-about-irq-s.php That should allow all sticks to run dual-channel.
omar_otcFeb 5, 2008, 1:20 PM I´m just having a problem adding 2x1Gb to my 2x512Mb, I already try all the combinations, and I can´t get Bios or Win XP see all With so many choices out there when it comes to computer hardware, I have found the best way make a decision is to read other people experiences and see their ratings. Or what it even refers to for that matter, I am assuming since the Corsair memory is more expensive that a lower cas latency is better.Also, will it matter which channel with my current dual channel sticks?
Reply With Quote January 16, 2008,10:24 PM #4 Simetrical View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Former Chief Technician Join Date Nov 2004 Location θ = so the old ram will go into slot A1 and B1 (blue slots), and the new ram into A2 and B2 (black slots).if you are absolutely certain your old RAM can memory performance dual-channel asked Feb 3 '16 at 22:01 Obsidian Phoenix 140110 1 vote 1answer 79 views Dual Channel Mode(RAM) My existing Build has 2 * 4GB RAM G.SKILL Ripjaws Series Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Will it work...yes...at the slower speed for all DIMMs by VAPCMD / July 11, 2006 8:30 AM PDT In reply to: Dual Channel
Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Check out the forums and get free advice from the experts. I think it varies by manu but essentially you want the same amount of RAM on both channels (1x512MB+1x512MB or 1x512MB+2x256MB) otherwise some or all of the RAM may not run Win7 DDR3 Tripple Channel & Dual Channel Question solved Questions About Dual Channel Memory Architecture???