Originally Posted by CompMan
Uhh put one in each of the blue slot.
Originally Posted by Drain You
Yea I did that, I got it in the right slows but when I open up CPUZ it still Says its only single channel
Considering your board doesn't have blue ram slots I'm perplexed
From your manual
You need to use slots A1 & B1 or A2 & B2 (if in doubt RTTFM [Refer to the farking manual])
Ram Vendor list. (Are your modules listed here?)
I had a quick look through the manual bios options and found nothing relating to enabling dual channel (I didn't really expect to either as it is usually automatic)
My guess is that you've used the wrong slots, change them to the config above and run CPU-Z again, if it is still reading single I'd say it's a glitch with CPU-Z.
Do you have the latest version?
CPU-Z 1.38 link