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What is Dual Channel? And is it worth to have it ??

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November 9, 2011 1:45:23 PM

What is Dual Channel? And is it worth to have it ??

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November 9, 2011 2:14:33 PM

If you mean dual-channel memory support it is a slightly faster data transport system if you are using two DIMMs. Most modern CPUs are dual-channel memory and some are triple-channel memory.
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November 9, 2011 2:18:06 PM

This is a question easily answered by doing a google search.

Give this article a read,Multi-channel memory architecture. It will answer your question.

Yes, dual channel is worth it as it effectively doubles the memory bandwidth.
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November 9, 2011 2:30:49 PM

chunkymonster said:
This is a question easily answered by doing a google search.

Give this article a read,Multi-channel memory architecture. It will answer your question.

Yes, dual channel is worth it as it effectively doubles the memory bandwidth.




So i wont use Tomshardware to get answers. I want experienced answers that y i come to Tomshardware.
If u are thinking this question is too easy. Why u reply to it stupid ................
i khow i can get it by g00gle search but i want experienced answers!!!!!
Thx in advance to another People that will post experienced answers.
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November 9, 2011 3:09:22 PM

aksh1811 said:
So i wont use Tomshardware to get answers. I want experienced answers that y i come to Tomshardware.
If u are thinking this question is too easy. Why u reply to it stupid ................
i khow i can get it by g00gle search but i want experienced answers!!!!!
Thx in advance to another People that will post experienced answers.

good reply mate
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November 9, 2011 3:50:34 PM

aksh1811 said:
What is Dual Channel? And is it worth to have it ??


Dual channel accesses ram on two motherboard channels in parallel, giving it higher memory throughput.

Is it worth it? Really not much, depending on the cpu.
Current Intel cpu's have an excellent ram controller, so it might make a difference of 2% in real app performance, or fps.
Amd cpu's will have a bit more impact.

It should really be a moot point since ram is generally sold in multi stick kits, and ram is so cheap these days that one should buy plenty.
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November 9, 2011 5:17:35 PM

aksh1811 said:
So i wont use Tomshardware to get answers. I want experienced answers that y i come to Tomshardware.
If u are thinking this question is too easy. Why u reply to it stupid ................
i khow i can get it by g00gle search but i want experienced answers!!!!!
Thx in advance to another People that will post experienced answers.
My oh my, someone has their panties in a bind. What's the matter, Mommy didn't give you chocolate milk with your lunch today? Hey! You also made the choice to respond to me, so don't be the pot calling the kettle black. You could have easily ignore my post and not hit the Reply button, instead you chose to be a jerk about it. At least I attempted to help you. In case you didn't see the bronze medal next to my avatar, I am experienced and I gave you an experienced answer, you just didn't like what I had to say. But hey, if you'd rather have someone tell you rather than research and learn for yourself, then by all means, continue to post stupid questions.

And yes, I do think your question is stupid, dual channel memory has been the defacto memory architecture for years now; heck, you can't even buy an enthusiast level motherboard with single channel memory anymore! Now if you had done some preliminary research and asked something intelligent like, "dual channel vs triple channel for gaming", or "I have a limited budget, should I buy one DIMM now and match a second DIMM for dual channel later", or "Is dual channel or triple channel better for video encoding/dvd authoring", then you may have gotten a response more to your liking.

And, just in case you missed this in beenthere's signature...
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READ THIS: A GOOGLE SEARCH WILL ANSWER 98% OF ALL QUESTIONS ASKED IN FORUMS !
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November 10, 2011 3:00:43 AM

chunkymonster said:
My oh my, someone has their panties in a bind. What's the matter, Mommy didn't give you chocolate milk with your lunch today? Hey! You also made the choice to respond to me, so don't be the pot calling the kettle black. You could have easily ignore my post and not hit the Reply button, instead you chose to be a jerk about it. At least I attempted to help you. In case you didn't see the bronze medal next to my avatar, I am experienced and I gave you an experienced answer, you just didn't like what I had to say. But hey, if you'd rather have someone tell you rather than research and learn for yourself, then by all means, continue to post stupid questions.

And yes, I do think your question is stupid, dual channel memory has been the defacto memory architecture for years now; heck, you can't even buy an enthusiast level motherboard with single channel memory anymore! Now if you had done some preliminary research and asked something intelligent like, "dual channel vs triple channel for gaming", or "I have a limited budget, should I buy one DIMM now and match a second DIMM for dual channel later", or "Is dual channel or triple channel better for video encoding/dvd authoring", then you may have gotten a response more to your liking.

And, just in case you missed this in beenthere's signature...
Quote:
READ THIS: A GOOGLE SEARCH WILL ANSWER 98% OF ALL QUESTIONS ASKED IN FORUMS !



For the last quote, in this case, Close the site and redirect it into www.google.com.
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