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I already have 2 x 512 sticks of pqi memory but i have been reading other posts and this seems to be off brand memory(pqi) http://www.newegg.co...N82E16820141212

Now if i got two more sticks of corsair or OCZ could i run those in dual channel mode too like the twin sticks of pqi?


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You really don't need to switch unless you are having problems with your current RAM.

But yes, you can buy a dual channel kit of Corsair or OCZ.
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i wouldnt switch i would leave my old stuff in there too would that be a problem
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It shouldnt be a problem but the ram might be forced to run at a slower speed you should read your manual, pay attention to the section with the ram configuration tables.
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could i have them both run in dual channel mode i think i could but i dont wanna buy them and not be able to. like i would set them up like this (n =new sticks o=old) no no

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Well your manual should have it written in it, i dont have your motherbaord manual there should be a section on the subject in the manual.
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alright so if that set up is in the manuel it will work i take it then thanx cuz it is in the manual i dunno i aint complainin right now maybe when i have a lil extra cash


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