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2004-12-28T15:31:28Z
Ok I got a RAM dilemma and I need some advice. I want to use dual channel which would be
two sticks of 512MB of Crucial PC-2100 (DDR 266). But in order for this to happen I have to
buy another stick of the 512MB. That would be 1024MB. But if I don't use dual I could use
the two other sticks of RAM which would give me a total of 1408MB


1 - bank ========512MB
2 - bank ========512MB
3 - bank =========256MB
4 - bank ========128MB
_____________________TOTAL 1408
OR dual channel
1 - bank ========512MB
2 - bank ======== empty
3 - bank ========512MB
4 - bank ======== empty
_____________________TOTAL 1024M
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GoPentium4
2004-12-28T18:30:24Z
if you have 2.26 GHz CPU then 1408MB RAM is just too much if i was you i would stick with the dual channel
Ne0rC
2004-12-28T19:09:19Z
Dual Channel would give you more of a boost in perforamce too.
unholy
2004-12-28T23:19:35Z
yes i would have to say the same Dual channel is like twice as fast, mmmmmm i wish i could upgrade my tight ass computer...
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