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Thread: dual channel 2x1GB




  1. #11
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    No need for the 2nd thread, threads merged.

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    Just for the confirmation, I just looked it up and no DC for sure on this mobo.

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    Default dual channel

    is there any software which wuld help monitor and tell me my case and CPU temp?
    i tried mobomonitor5 and my mobo aint on it
    MSI(648F Neo)
    Last edited by louinike; 07-02-2004 at 04:31 AM.

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    k then cheers........
    looks like i wont dual channel then
    is there alot of difference

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    theres a fair bit of difference on the p4 systems between single and dual channel
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    You'll see a noticeable difference on the P4 platform.

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    so ur sayin that there is only a slight bit off differences if i had a normal 1.25GB of ram (512, 512 and 256)(i have only 3 slots) compared to 2x512MB dual channel?

    no 1 has rated my rig yet

    P4 3.0GHz OC to 3.2 maybe 3.4
    MSI 648F Neo
    1.25GB RAM
    ATI 9800PRO

    rate it outa 10 plz people.

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    Well if it had an i865 or i875 based mainboard in it then it'd be worth rating (even if it was your average useless "made by Intel" one) but with the one you have it can never let that CPU get to anywhere near its full potential, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by louinike
    rate it outa 10 plz people.
    It's not really that simple...

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    I'd give at a 7.5 Would be an 8, but it lacks DC and the i865/875 chipset.

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