Hy. Just bought a new Memory Dimm for my actual system (at the beginning was only one inside) and I'd like to be sure that were correctly fitted for a dual-channel configuration.
- memory dimms are actually inserted into yellow slots. It's ok?
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Posted 07 April 2014 - 21:44
Actually, It doesn't really matter, as long as you use the 2 yellow or black slots. In mine, I'm using 2 and 4 slots, because my heatsink covers the first slot on left.
Posted 08 April 2014 - 02:13
Install them as the manual recommends (in A2 and B2 - two isn't a typo, they say install them there if you have dual modules). A and B denote the channels according to the manual.
EDIT: yeah it looks like you are saying you installed them like that, so it is correct according to the manual.