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question abour dual channel ram

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andrew brunner

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would it work alright if i had 2-1g 2 dual channel ram with 2-single channel ram, both are the same except 2 of em are dual channel.

i think it would be ok since they are equal
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Neil Jones

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Sticks have to be identical otherwise it defeats the whole point of having them run in dual-channel in the first place.
The entire combination should work, but you'll lose the dual-channel support if all the sticks don't match.
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