I have to enable it in the BIOS? That seems kinda weird, what if somebody got dual channel RAM, but didn't know how to use the BIOS? Anyway, how do I enable it? It isn't with the other RAM settings (timings etc.).
Also, should both of them be in the green slots, or should one be in green and one in purple? (See "diagram" above)
AH... a friend told me that I am supposed to put them both in green for it to work right, but then again, no offense to them of course, ever since I've been posting on this site and whatnot, my computer knowledge has surpassed theirs. I find that now they're asking me how to overclock certain things. When I get home, I'll switch it up and see what happens.
I'm sure he thought to put it in both green because on a lot of boards 1&3 would be dual channel and that's what both greens are.....however, that actually goes to older boards, mainly socket A that only have 3 slots, whereas most AMD64's have 4.......
This is why you should do your own research and not listen to friends unless you know 100% that what they say is the truth....like I said it says Channel A and B right above the slots so a little common sense and thinking what 'DUAL channel' means will basically tell you what combination to put it into.........that or simply looking in the manual
if it's the MSI Neo2 Plat board like it says in your sig it says it right above the dimm slots in fairly large letters unless they've suddenly decided to take that text off since I last built a computer with that board and haven't updated images on their website.