As you can see above I have 4 boards of 1066MHz RAM (albeit 2 sets of 2); however from the images below they are all registering as 6400 and therfore running at 667MHz.
Is this to do with the fact that they are different pairs? I would like to get these running at 1066MHz. What would be the best way to go about this?
I have looked in the bios and I can up them to 533 and thus run them at 1066MHz however; as they have defaulted to 667MHz is there something that I am missing or should know before I do this?
Your help is appreciated.
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Your ram is already running at 1333. Most bios and cpuz report the ram speed as half what it actually is. It won't harm it to run it faster. Use the memory option on cpuz to confirm the speed. 667x2=1333. I've got 2 sticks of 1066 ddr3 with 2 sticks of 1600 ddr3 running at 1600 with the cpu overclocked. Cpuz reports it as 798; some variance is normal.
Hi cobbcouk and welcome to Tom's forum.
DDR2 1333MHz doesn't exist as default, so, it's not possible that his RAM is running at that speed.
Can you post and imagen of the Memory tab in CPU-Z?