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512Mb Dual Channel Vs 1024Mb

Discussão em 'Dúvidas e Suporte Técnico PC' iniciada por Optik1, 7 de Abril de 2005. (Respostas: 3; Visualizações: 659)

  1. Optik1

    Optik1 Power Member

    Estou a pensar em aumentar a memoria Ram do meu pc. :001:
    Neste momento tenho 512 (2x256) em dual channel, e quero aumentar para 1024.
    Como não ha dinheiro para 2x512 em dual channel, tenho k comprar um modulo de 512, e preencher a ultima slot (tenho apenas 3, como a maioria dos utilizadores de nforce2).

    Por norma aumentar a memoria é sempre um bom investimento, mas keria saber se perco muito em perder o dual channel e se 1024 em DD faria muita diferença.
     
  2. JuSt_Me_AnD_yOu

    JuSt_Me_AnD_yOu What is folding?

    Ficas na mesma com Dual Channel mas claro so nos 2*256.
     
  3. Intego

    Intego Power Member

    mesmo colocando outro slot, é normal q te aumente a capacidade de memoria , mas vais continuar na mesmo com os 2x256 em dual channel enquanto o outro slot trabalha independentemente, eu no meu caso como pds ver na sign , th 2x 512 em dual channel até posso meter mais, mas neste momento chega me perfeitamente o desempenho da mh máquina ....Fk :D bem e cumps!!!!
     
  4. Optik1

    Optik1 Power Member

    :001: Aqui esta a resposta à minha pergunta :001:


    Q. What slots do i put my memory in to enable Dual Channel DDR (TwinBank)?
    A. The manual says for 1 stick to reside in each channel. What that means is to benefit from DCDDR you should place modules in slots 1 & 3, or slots 2 & 3. Slot 1 is located closest to the Ziff Socket (black in color) slot 2 is next (blue) and slot 3 is next (also blue). Using all 3 slots can also enable DCDDR. People’s results have varied from system to system depending on what slots they put their modules in. Some get better performance with a certain configuration and some get better stability with another. You should try your own tests as they will more then likely differ from others.

    Q. How do I set up Dual Channel DDR/TwinBank/DualDDR optimally?
    A. In order for DualDDR memory to run at it's optimal speed, you need to have an equal amount of RAM in each channel. Slots 1 and 2 are channel 1, and slot 3 is channel 2. Right now I've got 256MB in slot 2, and 256MB in slot 3. This means 256MB in each channel. If I was to upgrade and wanted to keep full Dual DDR, I would need a 512MB stick, and put it in slot 3, and the 256MB sticks in slots 1 & 2. This would give me 512MB in each channel, and an equal balance. This would give me an optimal Dual DDR setup.
    If I were to have, say, 512MB in one channel, and 256MB in the other, only 256MB of the channel with the 512MB stick would be running in Dual DDR, since the channels would not be balanced. The rest of the 512MB stick would run in standard single channel mode, giving below optimal performance.
     

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