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Windows xp home reads ram wrong

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  • DRAM Frequency
  • RAM
  • Windows XP
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May 21, 2010 8:25:21 PM

hey guys, when i installed speccy and cpuz, the dram frequency for my g skill ddr3 1600 ram ( reads as 800mhz instead of 1600. i recently changed this in my bios to 1600 so i dont know why xp is reading it as 800mhz, half of what im suppose to be getting. is 1600 a limitation in windows xp home, as is more than 4gb ram? thanks

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May 21, 2010 8:30:40 PM


DDR3 menas double-data-rate three, in other words u need multiply by 2 the speed that u see in the BIOS or CPU-Z.

800MHz x 2 = 1600MHz, that is the speed of ur G.Skill RAM.

So, ur RAM is fine, don't worry about that.