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Dual Channel RAM


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slinky005

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I am about to upgrade my RAM. How do I know if it will accept dual channel?
I've checked the net but am still confused.
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Neil Jones

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Its not the RAM that needs to support dual-channel, its the motherboard.
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Sorry I wasn't clear...I was asking how to find out if the motherboard will accept Dual Channel RAM.
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Lookup your motherboard's website and see what it says under "specifications". If you don't know what your motherboard make/model is, let us know and we can help you further.
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