On 7/20/07, John Bowden <j-alan(a)btconnect.com> wrote:
On Friday 20 July 2007 20:09:23 John Pierce wrote:
> If I have 2x1GB memory sticks that would be dual channel and I only
> insert one stick will it be 1GB of (obviously) single channel memory?
> Just curious.
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Yes that's correct. You have have a stick of memory (both of the same size Mb
wise) in each of the channels. One of my mother dual channel boards
memory slots, but if I put sticks in all three it will revert to single
channel and so the machine will run slightly slower. Also both sticks need to
be the same speed.
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