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Bought ddr3 ram with xmp speeds for my amd llano laptop

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September 4, 2011 9:12:28 PM

Hello, I made the mistake of buying ddr3 laptop dimms that have xmp speeds for my amd llano laptop. When I plug them in cpuz shows there default speed of 1333 999 instead of the label xmp speed 1600 777. Since I can't adjust the base clock, multiplier, or latencies in the bios, is there overclocking software for my llano laptop to adjust them?

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September 5, 2011 4:59:00 AM

Xmp is an intel thing but I think you know that it's just what the ram is rated at. And as far as I know there is nothing to OC a locked laptop for llano as it's still pretty new.
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September 5, 2011 5:53:00 AM

There is k10stat for llano systems. It gives you access to voltage and cpu multipliers but not the base clock. I am currently using that right now.
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September 5, 2011 6:35:38 AM

If you can't adjust in BIOS then you'd need RAM that has the SPD programmed for 1600 Mhz. though in reality I doubt you'd see much performance difference over 1333 Mhz.
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September 5, 2011 8:10:14 AM

beenthere said:
If you can't adjust in BIOS then you'd need RAM that has the SPD programmed for 1600 Mhz. though in reality I doubt you'd see much performance difference over 1333 Mhz.



llano's apu's scale well on the gpu side atleast with an increase in ram frequencies. According to benchmarks I can get up to a 20% boost
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September 12, 2011 1:10:48 AM

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