Install the memory in pairs and you get dual channel no worries. It's best to use identical memory.
If you're only installing 2 DIMMs (sticks of RAM), make sure you read the manual and put the DIMMs in the matching slots. You probably use either the two dark blue slots or the two black slots, but check the MB manual to be sure.
If you use all four slots, just use identical RAM and you'll get dual channel.
When you say, "can I do a 2 dual channel" - do you mean 2 lots of 2x4GB kits (i.e. 4 DIMMs, 16GB memory)?
Just to be clear, there's no performance gain going from 2 to 4 DIMMs. If you actually want 16GB Ram (which is overkill unless you're doing serious video/photo editing or other productivity tasks), you're best to get 2x8 and leave 2 slots free in case you need them later.
Well the question just got out of curiosity.
you right about having 2 dual channel on the 4 DIMMs.
and my primary thing on the computer is hardcore gaming.
(its not like im thinking im gonna have increase in fps though.)
its just it have 4 DIMM slot and support only dual channel.
is there really no increase in its performance when doing that?