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Old October 24th 03, 06:14 PM
Ben Pope
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SteveC wrote:
Is there a way to check what the speed of my RAM is running at??

OK, I'm running:

Asus A7N8X Deluxe
AMD Athlon XP 2600+ Thoroughbread-B
512 Dual Channel DDR400

Core Speed 2081 MHz
Multiplier x12.5
FSB 166 MHz
CPU Voltage 1.65

If your RAM is set to SPD, probably 200MHz.

If your RAM speed is 100%, then 166MHz

If your RAM speed is set to x%, then it's x * 1.66MHz.

I would set the memory timings manually and set the speed to 100% of FSB.

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