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this may seem like a stupid question, but i have honestly never done this before: how do i enable dual channel? i have 2 x 512, PC 3200, they're in the different channels on the mobo but CPU-Z says single channel. i have a DFI LanParty UT nf3 Ulatra-D. try not to make fun of me too much, i've been awake for almost 36 hours now...

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Put the memory in the 2 orange slots, that would be 2 and 4 from the top.

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You know that there is a reason companies write manuals, right? Contrary to popular belief, it's not for their own benefit:

http://www.dfi.com.tw/Upload/Manual/85010531.pdf

 

:rolleyes:

 

 

pssst. check out p17-18

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i downloaded the manual, but it said to put them in two different channels, or something like that, and i thought thats what i did. i guess i didnt. i'll try that now

 

EDIT: woo it worked. thanks guys. i thought the different colored slots were the different channels, so they were in the wrong ones.

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i downloaded the manual, but it said to put them in two different channels, or something like that, and i thought thats what i did. i guess i didnt. i'll try that now

 

EDIT: woo it worked. thanks guys. i thought the different colored slots were the different channels, so they were in the wrong ones.

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if you go to the pages I told you, it'll tell you which channel each slot is. But regardless, congrats on getting it working correctly.

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doesnt it tell you in the POST whether its dual or single?!? i know some motherboards dont but if yours does, then just try every configuration until it tells you its dual!

 

Theres only a few ways of doing it so if you have to go throught the whole start up its worth it!

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