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Everything You Need to Know About the Dual-, Triple-, and Quad-Channel Memory Ar

Posted on Thursday, November 03 2011 @ 13:47:55 CET by


Let's take a look at how the dual-, triple-, and quad-channel memory architectures work and how to enable them in order to improve your computer's performance. Check it out at HardwareSecrets.
"The system's RAM (Random Access Memory) prevents the PC from achieving its maximum capable performance. This occurs because the processor (CPU) is faster than the RAM, and usually it has to wait for the RAM to deliver data. During this wait time the CPU is idle, doing nothing (that's not entirely true, but it fits our explanation). In a perfect computer, the RAM would be as fast as the CPU. Dual-, triple-, and quad-channel are techniques used to double, triple, or quadruple the communication speed between the memory controller and the RAM, thus increasing the system performance. In this tutorial, we will explain everything you need to know about these technologies: how they work, how to set them up, how to calculate transfer speeds, and more."




 



 

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