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Dual-Channel Memory

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I am going to (hopefully) be building my own machine soon and I would like to clear one point up regarding the RAM I am going to use.

This is the link:
Kingston ValueRam 2GB

I want to put 2 of these (2x2GB = 4GB) in my motherboard to run them at dual-channel, but I know that this is only one 2GB module. If I simply order 2 (exactly same) will they automatically run at dual-channel or do I need one of these "dual-channel kits" - slightly more expensive than buying 2 seperate modules.

Any advice would be great - thanks!
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Hello, as long as you install them into the correct channel (according to the motherboard manual) they will run in dual channel no problems.

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