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installing ddr2 in motherboard for dual channel use

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I have installed 0ne stick of 1gb. in the yellow socket and another same type, brand etc. in the other yellow socket. the difference though, is the second stick is a 2gb. stick so is this difference going to prevent the memory from running in dual channel mode? Thanks! :)
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Dual channel memory technology requests (though it's not strictly necessary) for the modules to be pretty much identical, so two different sizes should theoretically be okay, however a lot is dependent on the board in question.
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