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BIOS, memory speed, dram clock, SPD question

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Anonymous
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May 26, 2004 2:44:44 PM

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8KTA3PRO, PC 133 mem, 2 X 256.
BIOS setting, mem speed, is auto, SPD, but the first page of POST sequence
gives the reading "DRAM Clock 100 MHz". Interpret this for me please.
Various diagnostic apps show physical mem is pc133. Should I change setting
from SPD to 133? TIA,

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May 26, 2004 11:31:29 PM

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mgt wrote:
> 8KTA3PRO, PC 133 mem, 2 X 256.
> BIOS setting, mem speed, is auto, SPD, but the first page of POST
> sequence gives the reading "DRAM Clock 100 MHz". Interpret this for
> me please. Various diagnostic apps show physical mem is pc133. Should
> I change setting from SPD to 133? TIA,

You might look for a 100/133 MHz jumper on m/b and set it accordingly.

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