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 Do I have to install matching pairs of RAM in my computer?

Answer you can do what the moron at Best Buy said, but you will not have dual channel anymore, it will work but you will lose the extra speed Dual Channel DDR gives youand for a piece of free advice, in t... Read More »
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How to Install DDR 2 Memory Module Pairs?

Starting with SDRAM, installing memory modules in pairs has allowed for boosts in system performance. With SDRAM (Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory) and the original DDR (Double Data Rate) S... Read More »
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Do I need to install RAM memory in even pairs?

You do not need to install RAM in even pairs provided that the same brand and type of RAM is used. For instance, if your PC supports PC-2700 RAM, all sticks should be PC-2700 but may be different s... Read More »
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Do I need to buy a matching set of memory cards for my computer?

Some newer computers use dual-channel memory in order to boost speed and data retrieval. To do this, computer manufacturers use two identical memory cards per bank which doubles the available memor... Read More »
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Do I need to install RAM memory in even pairs for Windows XP?

Windows XP does not require memory to be installed in pairs, but your computer's motherboard may have this requirement. "Dual-channel" RAM must be installed in pairs, as do Rambus RAM and 72-pin ED... Read More »
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