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How do i change my RAM speed?

My kingston ram is 1333. However its running at 667 lol. How do i change this in the BIOS?
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  1. it a cpu-z error 667 2x is 1333 so your ram running right. 1600 ram would read 800 in cpu-z.
  2. I have 4 sticks though
  3. DDR = dual data rate. transfers twice the data per clock signal
  4. The number of sticks don't matter, they all run at the same freq, here a true 667 and as it's DOUBLE data rate (DDR) then as Smorzio said the effective is 1333
  5. Tradesman1 said:
    The number of sticks don't matter, they all run at the same freq, here a true 667 and as it's DOUBLE data rate (DDR) then as Smorzio said the effective is 1333


    But my ram is ddr3. wouldnt that give me 2000?
  6. No...whatever the freq is - it is, you don't add them together or anything like that ;) doesn't matter if 1 stick or 4 - each runs at the same freq - the 3 designator in DDR3 is simply that it's the 3rd generation of DDR (Double Data Rate) DRAM
  7. lol i dont understand much of this

    But in laymens terms i am getting 1333 speeds correct?
  8. Best answer
    Yes, it's the correct freq and all DRAM in a rig run at the same freq
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