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TWINX2048-3200C2PRO on a Biostar NF 325 A7?


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If the MB is socket 754 it will single channel only!

 

I recieved the Mach Speed mobo today, and there is no mention of Duel Channel Memory at all in the User's Manual. Could it be that what they mean is that the mobo will run duel channel memory--but not in duel channel mode? As I have found out with this mobo (Biostar NF 325 A7); I get very impressive performance with my Corsair TwinX Pro mem mods! Thanks for your support and help, Mike

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FYI, There is no such thing as Dual Channel memory, as this is a property of the memory controller in how it handles memory. This is why you can place memory in different slot configurations on a motherboard and it will register as single or dual channel.
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FYI, There is no such thing as Dual Channel memory, as this is a property of the memory controller in how it handles memory. This is why you can place memory in different slot configurations on a motherboard and it will register as single or dual channel.

 

Ok, so is there any drawbacks to using two matched memory modules in a computer that isn't a duel channel machine? What is the difference in the memorys operation in a single channel machine vs a dual channel machine?

Thanks, Mike

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Dual channel will increase the memory performance!

 

Thanks for all your help. I've changed mobo's so I can get my USB ports working again. On this new Mach Speed board, the memory mods are very close together, but work great so far. Have a good day, Mike

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Dual channel will increase the memory performance!

 

With this Mother Board and Corsair TwinX 3200C2 Pro memory; the more you throw at it--the better it runs! In fact Windows XP now reports the CORRECT amount of memory-2 gigs, not 4. I sure am glad I decided to invest in Corsair Memory Modules. With so many people saying "You get what you pay for", I had to see for myself. No doubt in my mind now that you do get what you pay for when you buy Corsair Memory! Thanks for all your help, and I'll wear the hat proudly! Have a good day, Mike

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