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Please look at my memory to see if my memory is dual channel.

Asked by: Cynthia Davies 235 views Hardware August 14, 2018


4 Answers

  1. +4Votes  

    You have a DDR3 1066 memory now. How do you think it will be dual channel?

    Two channels require two memory modules.

    Question: I have two memory modules

    Answer: See if the memory is dual channel, use CPU-Z, the memory frequency and out of order of this drawing.

    Question: I bought DDR3 1333. How is it 1066?

    Question: I have a one but I have no memory.

    Answer : CPU-Z definitely has a memory item. As for what you said, P45 has some boards and only supports 1066 memory.

    Virginia Davies- August 15, 2018 |

  2. +7Votes  

    Download a CPU-Z can not be intuitively read?

    Amanda Turner- August 15, 2018 |

  3. +5Votes  

    Don’t care about dual channels. That was when I used to use DDR2 to improve it.  It’s no use after DDR3  Improvement is not obvious

    Mary Jackson- August 15, 2018 |

  4. +2Votes  

    I know with CPU-Z

    Morgan- August 15, 2018 |