Does it? I cant find the answer.
It is the motherboard chipset that either does or does not support dual channel not the CPU.
Unless you're talking about an AMD CPU.
well, all intel CPU's since the P3's have been dual channel compaitable.
you guys are both right... it is the memory controller that either does or does not suppport dual channel memory.
1. with all intels, the memory controller is on the motherboard chipset
2. with newer AMDs, the memory controller is on the CPU itself
willabong, as ISS already said your CPU is compatible with dual channel, but it is the motherboard that will decide if you can run your memory in dual channel.
I read your profile. Some Gigabyte motherboard? I don't know of a single channel LGA 775 motherboard. The memory must be same size sticks and in the correct sockets. At POST it usually will say dual or single channel. If you run CPUZ and look at the memory tab it will also tell you.