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One of my dual channel RAM sticks broke. Struggling to find any sold u

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After one of my 2GB Kingston dual channel DDR2 6400s broke recently, I've realised that these seem to be exclusively sold as a pair.

How do you think I could get another one of these? As I don't want to have to buy another 2x2GB set. I've tried ebay, but no luck so far.

If I can't find one, do I stand to loose much performance if I run one dual channel and one single channel stick together instead of two duals? Or if I can't get a second identical stick, should I get two new ones for the best performance? I game quite a lot.

Thanks then.

Edited by Dani723, 14 February 2010 - 04:36 PM.

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already answered in your other topic HERE
Please do not duplicate topics..
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