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Would a 2x 1gb ram upgrade be better for a toshiba a105-s2236 or would a 1x2gb ram upgrade be better

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Some motherboards support "dual-channel" mode -- when it's time to write 8 bits to the RAM, 4 bits will be written to one chip, and 4 bits will be written to the other chip. Obviously, the time to write 4 bits, in "parallel", is much less than the time to write 8 bits, in "serial", to just one chip.

So, two chips will _never_ be "slower" than one chip, and might be "twice" as fast.

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That computer supports dual channel memory. You would be better to install memory in matching pairs. (2x1GB) On the hardware page of my website www.rfcomputer.biz there is a link to Crucial memory. Just put in your make and model and they will make recomendations

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