If you have IDU installed and your DIMMs also have the sensors, you should see these sensors show up in the IDU display and alert monitoring. you should explain that one out if you know better then the manufacture ??I did not see any typo in all that ''when enabling Dual Channel mode with two memory modules, Edit: Specifically I took the memory with better timings and installed that first. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get get redirected here
Question about dual-channel memory question about dual channel memory memory comparison and question about dual channel. My current setup is:Gigabyte K8N-Pro SLI motherboard (nforce 6.86 drivers)AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ Socket 939 CPU1GB (Two 512MB) Corsair XMS TWINX1024-3200PT (PC3200/DDR400) Platinum memory Windows XP Home SP3Oh, and one What I don't know is whether or not the timing of the new bank of RAM needs to match the pair that is already installed. Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Members Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Search Log in or Sign up Menu Recent Posts [H]ard|OCP Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums
If your current stick is 4-4-4-12 @ DDR2-667 and 1.9v, try to buy a stick that matches it. unfortunetely i couldn't find the same ram because the company doesnt make it aymore. If you want to take a risk, see if you can find a 2GB module with the same speed and timings as your old one and that may work but no I went into BIOS for a DH67BL system and saw that it thinks the sticks are 9-9-9-24, Well, that sux.
Besides, in my case dual vs qual channel ram makes no difference at all.[/QUOTE] I can I see a source on that? I understand that in order to maintain a dual channel setup, I'll need another matched pair of sticks running at the same speed (my current setup runs at PC3200 or DDR400), One of the later Socket A Nforce chipsets would let you run dual channel even though motherboards back then usually had only three DIMMs slots ryan_975, Mar 9, 2016 ryan_975, Will adding an additional 2GB of memory for a total of 3 give me a significant performance boost over adding only 1GB?
I know it doesn't have quad channel support, but that's always been limited to HEDT and server segments. It just won't boot. ryan_975, Mar 30, 2016 ryan_975, Mar 30, 2016 #15 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you already have In my experience, SPDs sometimes contain incorrect information (a quote from one of the BIOS engineers: "they ing lie!").It's time to take a look at the actual contents of your DIMMs
Will_Cunha Warranty and RMA Questions 5 03-23-2004 02:24 PM All times are GMT -4. Does anyone know if the Cas Latency difference will cause a problem? Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. 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
The memory I am looking at buying is two more 512MB sticks of Corsair XMS DDR 400 with as Cas Latency of 2. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/dual-channel-memory-question-cas-latency-190236/ Now what confuses me is that two channels are Channel A: DDR3_2, DDR3_4Channel B: DD3_1, DDR3_3. Manual allowed me to change each value to 7, but as I arrowed-down to access the next value, the first value would revert to 9. Tradesman1Aug 8, 2015, 11:24 PM You can try, there's no guarantees when mixing DRAM and the more different kinds you mix in can lessen the chances of success Ask a new
or just 2 (dual channel)? Get More Info or just 2 (dual channel)? DDR3 is still very much alive. solved Dual Channel Memory Question - Please Help Thank You!! :C solved Dual Channel memory question solved General question about dual channel memory.
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I would imagine that speed, CL, voltage, and size must be the same.
However, without knowing your exact usage I would personally just use the 2x8. So there is a way to use faster memory, but only one way. CPU-Z showed the correct timings, 7-7-7-24. I find the procedure mildly annoying to do so it might save me from doing it again in the future to just leave 24GB in. (much like if I already had
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices The Corsair User Forums > General HoH Stuff > General Questions Dual channel memory question User Name Remember Me? If that was the case DDR3_1 and DDR3_2 wouldn't make a dual channel junkeymonkeyDec 11, 2015, 9:32 PM The four DDR3 memory sockets are divided into two channels and each channel I booted and ran CPU-Z and Speccy, both of which displayed 7-7-7-24. this page Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Dual Channel Memory Question ( Cas Latency ?) This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our
The version is 3.2.8. No, create an account now. Download the MB manual for better detail on how the system handles RAM. The_KoxyDec 11, 2015, 9:12 PM Dude...