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biostar t6100 and no dual channel memory.

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i just got a biostar t6100 (939) mobo and am running 2x512 kingston ram...............cpu z tells me imrunning 1024 mb. of ram but in single channel..i tied to move the sticks around in various slots but no success......why cant i run dual channel?
help.
thanks.
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You only can get dual channel performance if you can get 2 sticks with the exact same specifications, including manufacturer, speed, chip manufacturer, configuration, etc.

You must place them in same color slots.
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they are matched pairs of kingston value ram 2x512 ddr 400 and ran dual channel with my asus a8vmx mobo on the same computer and all i did was change to the biostar t6100 board
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when i put the sticks in the same colured slots the computer will not boot up
there are 4 slots 2 green and 2 yellow
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In the manual, it said for the cpu AMD K8 939 rev. E you should follow the table to configure memory:
SS: single side memory and DS: double side memory. Based on the table (please see the manual of your motherboard), then insert correct memory in designated slots, then system should be recognized correct channel.
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im reading the manual ..............but i must be retarded
anyway the part number ends in BN which it looks to me like rev. E4
i dont know what to do with that info. because to me the manual doesnt tell me anything.
can you help me out?
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double sided memory
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I think your motherboard is somehow failed to recognize dual channel memory installed and caused system wont boot as you said. You must install in slot 1/3 or 2/4 (same color slots) for making dual channel working.
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cancel this question.
a bios update fixed the problem.
thanks anyway.
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a bios update fixed the problem
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