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Memory mixed

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July 28, 2004 6:15:51 PM

Problem: I have bought 2 pairs of sticks of 512 ocz PC4000 Copper memory that somehow got mixed. Each pair was bundled individually. (Dual channel memory? ) Since i mixed them, is there a way to find out which sticks came together?



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July 28, 2004 7:05:04 PM

dual channel doesnt need "dual channel matched pair" packs. Just 2 which are identical in size. Its doesnt matter if they are not matched pairs

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July 28, 2004 7:06:45 PM

You may not be able to. My micron chips had very close serial numbers (2 apart). If you are just trying to use dual channel, figuring this out really doesn't matter, yourdual channel will still work.

If you RAM chips do not have stickers on them indentifying them, you may want to try a freeware program called PC Wizard 2004; It will tell you the part numbers, as well as serial numbers of your installed RAM chips, this may point you in the right direction.
July 29, 2004 3:39:43 AM

Thank you, i will try that