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October 13, 2010 9:50:37 PM

Havin some crash issues l8tly so tryin to find out wherefrom could the problem come...searchin the net i found a site bout CPU reviews.
On this site i saw the following sentence(u can see on the bottom) The fastest supported memory is DDR2-1066 and DDR3-1066. I have 2x1GB modules of DDR3 memory installed, but on 1600MHZ (use them at 1333 cause MB supports 1600 on OC only). Could this cause me my problems? i mean i never even imagined that CPU's have a max memory speed limit :( 
October 13, 2010 9:56:12 PM

fapcys said:
Havin some crash issues l8tly so tryin to find out wherefrom could the problem come...searchin the net i found a site bout CPU reviews.
On this site i saw the following sentence(u can see on the bottom) The fastest supported memory is DDR2-1066 and DDR3-1066. I have 2x1GB modules of DDR3 memory installed, but on 1600MHZ (use them at 1333 cause MB supports 1600 on OC only). Could this cause me my problems? i mean i never even imagined that CPU's have a max memory speed limit :( 


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October 14, 2010 12:03:37 AM

fapcys said:
i mean i never even imagined that CPU's have a max memory speed limit :( 

They don't. That's not what it means. Forget about it.

Anyway, that shouldn't cause issues unless your voltages for the ram are too low or you have bad ram.

Next time, get the crash error message/s and we'll go from there.
October 14, 2010 12:07:32 AM

ok will do that...well i didnt changed anything at voltages and i did a memory test with memtest86 and had no errors...but anyway i will do a print screen at next crash
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