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MacBook - Memory running in dualchannel mode ?


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Hello !

Its comming a 2 GB memory upgrade for my macbook. How can i know when install the new modules if the memory its running on dualchannel mode ?

Usually on a PC i use CPUZ to see how its working my memory, but, on Mac i dont know.

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As far as my research has taken me, there's no way to know that on the mac. I guess you need to boot into bootcamp to find out if its in dual channel, which it should be in most cases.
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Are you getting a single 2GB stick or two 1GB sticks?


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