Quick Question About Dual Ddr On A Mobo
But it should be substantially faster than a single channel. On another forum, a reply stated that in order utilize dual channel, I would have to put a one gig stick in the single with my twin 512's in the double I was also looking at the Asus P4PE/GBL. #4 KentW, Mar 12, 2003 mechBgon Super Moderator
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I have 2 512MB sticks of Ultra that I bought 4 months apart and they're close enough for dual channel. I added a stick of XMS CL2 512 to slot three a year ago (blue socket), all OK. The motherboard determines what type of memory you can install and how much per memory slot.If you have PC2700U currently installed, then you likely have an old server motherboard, and you Get the answer RufinusJun 21, 2015, 1:34 AM its a dell windows xp so its old the pictures shown above is what it has right now and it works good so
Thanks. you see I have the 800 mhz fsb. Open the QVL list, and find a match from the product number at a dealer, and then buy that exact kit. PNY: 5-5-5 (http://www.amazon.com/PNY-Channel-PC2-6400-Desktop-MD2048KD2-800/dp/tech-data/B000PVNQLE/ref=de_a_smtd)3) Yes.
XPav 2004-02-25 15:58:51 UTC #5 Check your motherboards' manual. Have something to add to the explanation? Thats SODIMM ram/memoryAnd also, before you change the ram, make sure it can support 2x2 sticks of ram. Its just they might be incompatible or somthing, ive never bought 2sticks that didnt say dual channel.
SuperSamyon General Questions 14 03-30-2004 01:40 AM Exat Discription Of The Dual Channel DDR Feature Bloodred General Questions 7 03-09-2004 10:49 PM All times are GMT -4. or actual 800 mhz ram? MarkWJun 21, 2015, 2:21 AM No. I installed it in slot two, blue socket, per reomendations that the colored slots have to have matched memory.
The fact that your system board would not recognize three DIMMS consistently is a bit worrisome, however. What are the correct timings for My Module? Nearly all of them.DDR4 is just coming online, and starting with the next CPU release from Intel, DDR4 will be used. Fewest (distinct) characters for Turing Completeness Efficient counting Raid 5 Hard disk corruption How can I help a player who is horribly afraid of character death?
Does it matter in what order the sticks are placed?For reference sake, I have a ASUS P5N SLI motherboard.Thanks for any help you can provide. 1 answer Last reply Aug 21, also he wont know how to find the info you asking for. Depending on how old the PC is. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ddr-dram-faq,4154.htmlHope this helps you.
Get the answer chuckshissleOct 11, 2006, 12:24 AM No it doesn't make any difference if the package says dual or not. http://puchinet.com/quick-question/quick-question-on-ram.php Password Register Forum Rules Support Ticket System Community Edit System Specs Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag RufinusJun 21, 2015, 2:56 AM well guys i cant get the info you asking for because its my friends computer and he doesn't live close. My question is: what does dual channel do for me?
Which memory is faster DDR2 PC2-6400 or 5300 DDR2 PC2-8500 and DDR2 PC2-6400 Centon 4GB DDR2 PC2-6400 800MHz KIT Can i use 1x2GB DDR pc2-6400 with 1x1GB DDR pc2-5300 PC5300 DDR2 It'll only see 3.25 - 3.5 GB of 4 GB. If you get errors please test the modules one at a time. __________________ Ram Guy Contact me via our Support Center Below! http://puchinet.com/quick-question/quick-question-please.php On the page they have for that motherboard will be a support link.
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From the look of it both are the same.
RAM GUY View Public Profile Visit RAM GUY's homepage! I mean, 2 of these:HERE Jason_McMaster 2004-02-25 16:34:26 UTC #8 ok, so that worked. Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more. What are the correct timings for My Module?
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If your PC is old, I dont think it'll support ECC ramWhats the brand/model of this computer? ugh. My bios, however, tells me that it's running single channel. Thanks!
DumbguyOct 11, 2006, 12:35 AM Quote: I think that if you buy them as a kit (KINGSTON - DDR II 1GB, PC5300, 667 MHz, Dual Channel Kit 2 module 512MB) then Here are a few: AMD64: Nforce3, upcoming KT880Athlon XP: Nforce2 Ultra 400P4: Intel 865, Intel 875, Via PT880, any RAMBUS motherboard Jason_McMaster 2004-02-25 16:27:07 UTC #7 okee, I'll try it. You want to keep both channels loaded with a stick of memory.And finally, make sure you buy a kit of 2 sticks and not just 2 single sticks. For instance, some DDR3 motherboards do not work with RAM speeds higher than 1333.
Also pay attention to the capacity of the kit. RAM should work at specified speeds no matter if they're bought in pairs or singles. DDR2 More resources See also Quick question about compatibility ddr2 memory solved Quick question about graphics card and RAM Quick Question about DDR DIMM Sockets solved Quick question about new build.