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Athlon 64 X2 ADA6000IAA6CZ Windsor 95W help

After upgrading a Dell e521 cpu from a 3800+ to a 6000+, I noticed the memory speed decreased from 400mhz to 375.8mhz.
No other changes were made.
Is this indicating a problem with the memory controller in the cpu?
BIOS is 1.1.11

Thanks.
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    No it is normal because of the frequency/multiplier the CPU runs at, explained here http://forums.devshed.com/cpus-104/will-amd-6000-run-at-lower-memory-speed-with-ddr2t-457688.html
  2. rolli59 said:
    No it is normal because of the frequency/multiplier the CPU runs at, explained here http://forums.devshed.com/cpus-104/will-amd-6000-run-at-lower-memory-speed-with-ddr2t-457688.html



    Ok. Thought I was losing my mind (and got snookered on a cpu).
    Thank you for speedy reply.
    Hope this helps others as well.
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