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Pentium D

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Hello everyone,
I have 2x512MB DDRII, and i wanna know how to run them on a Dual Channel mode. (i have Asus P5ND2 SLi Deluxe MoBo).

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Its automatic if they are in the correct slots, look at your motherboard manual and you can use CPU-Z to check they are running dual channel.
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well, you can see image of my memory slots here:
http://images.tigerd...062-out8-hl.jpg

They look like this:
at the first Bank: Black, Yellow
at the second Bank: Black, Yellow

And how to run this CPU-Z

thanks you

Edited by Pentium D, 06 January 2006 - 10:37 AM.

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Well your maual will tell you what slots the memory has to be on, if you dont have it you can get it from the manufacturers site, its something you should always have access to.

CPU-Z is just an exe, just run it.
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ok but where can i find that exe?
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Well you would start by downloading cpu z then go to where you saved it and look in the file and youll see the icon and you click on it.
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You can downlaod it from here:

http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

its on the top left hand corner.
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Well, Thank you Guys :tazz:
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