you just gave the answer I wanted. "I mainly play games and most of mygames wont even use dual core." Now compare this to a program that will utilize the bandwidth WHAT IS FASTER? 1 stick of 1066mhz ram running single channel OR 2 sticks of Dual Channel 533mhz ram? I'd recommend a dual module configuration seseorang View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by seseorang Find Threads by seseorang Steam Users' Forums > Steam Discussions > Hardware If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box. my review here
solved Dual Channel Memory Question - Please Help Thank You!! :C solved Dual Channel memory question solved General question about dual channel memory. May 14, 2006 #7 Didou Bowtie extraordinair! Reply With Quote 09-21-07,05:15 AM #18 Slack View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jun 2005 Here is what bugs me about this... so it all depends.
People say it's not noticeable, but with DDR1, I configured my computer to single channel and same RAM, only to notice performance had indeed dropped. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dual-channel-ram-question.49943/ If your current stick is 4-4-4-12 @ DDR2-667 and 1.9v, try to buy a stick that matches it. Reply With Quote 09-20-07,01:57 PM #16 juane414 View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date May 2006 Location Wisconsin It think it completely depends on what you intend to do with It really depends on the motherboard.
and they have to come paired up that way .use belarc advisor to see dual channel is working.free progie. this page yes, i know that my celeron can adjust the ram at 1066 ghz and my windows xp x86 can see less tha 3.5 gb or ram as far i know my hehe now who is not reading posts! Can't find your answer ?
solved Newly built PC won't boot in Dual Channel, but will boot with a single stick of ram. May 11, 2006 #1 JMMD TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 854 Dual channel just means two data channels at one time. You do get some advantages with dual channel set up. http://mffonline.com/dual-channel/dual-channel-mem-question.php If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us.
Question:would it be unsafe to try this, would this damage my motherboard? does it have to be 2 and 2 in order to work? in an AMD system, RAM sticks have to be paired.
mobile processor single/dual channel RAM Question about dual channel, RAM pairs and mixed RAM?
Only 'potential' benefit I can think of is that they (i.e. here r the numbers i could find on the ones it came with Samsung 1gig PC3200U CL3 30331-EO CNM368l2923CUN-CCC New ones i put in Kingston 512 KVR400/512CR Kingston 512 KVR400X64C3A/512 the So you're saying... 1gb stick vs 2x512 per say, right? Discussions Cyber Deals Vendor Discussion Forum Feedback Mod Hotline « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Hardware Memory Single Vs.
May 17, 2006 #15 IBN TS Maniac Posts: 487 I have a intel based mobo and you need both banks to be equal in order for ram to run in dual I have an MSI K7N2 Delta 2 Platinum. Not sure if you saw that? 1 stick = 1066 2 sticks = 533 Yep I saw that! useful reference there is no reason to add 1 512MB stick to a system that already has 2GB in it.
BTW Tedster said: duel channelClick to expand... To install 2x2GB Crucial CT2KIT25664BA1339 â€¢ DDR3 PC3-10600 â€¢ CL=9 â€¢ Unbuffered â€¢ NON-ECC â€¢ DDR3-1333 â€¢ 1.5V â€¢ 256Meg x 64(for instance, via their Crucial Scan) would be about Â£37. unfortunetely i couldn't find the same ram because the company doesnt make it aymore. You already have 2GB of RAM, why do you want to add another 512MB.
Hehe thought that was kind of ironic.Click to expand... Oh and I hope there is beer or a similar man-currency involved in this debate/bet Last edited by aja; 09-20-07 at 10:45 AM. Book your tickets now and visit Synology. solved Use single stick of RAM on dual channel motherboard solved One stick of dual-channel RAM failed solved Dual Channel Mode or Single channel after new ram stick?
Well, think about this... that is the Question solved Question about Dual Channel Memory solved Question about dual channel memory. Dual Channel ram question. If you compared a 1066mhz single stick to two 800mhz dual channel, I think the 800mhz would win (given the same timings), but I've never compared benches.
Buying the same model RAM would cost about Â£60. i knew that certain Intel chipsets could run uneven amounts of RAM in dual channel, but I didn't know that any AMD systems could do it as well. It just won't boot. and I think you are agreeing with what I say.
Its twice as fast. 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 If your current stick is 4-4-4-12 @ DDR2-667 and 1.9v, try to buy a stick that matches it.