Just by chance I checked my system RAM on CPU-Z. EasyLoverFeb 14, 2014, 5:08 PM Novuake said: Easylover...933MHz x 2 = 1866Mhz.DDR stands for Double Data rate. Also the Front Side Bus clock speed is 133 MHz. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. have a peek here
I have had no failures, but have too often noticed performance issues... In resume, yes, I only have one DIMM actually in my computer, that's supposed to be the principal problem? Best thing you can use a ramdrive for is some service/daemon that makes a bunch of writes to/from log/config files. Ask !
Aug 14, 2010 #6 Lightwave TS Rookie Topic Starter red1776 said: ↑ your MB may nativley support 1066 memory and defaulted to that speed, it will run at 1600 as OC'ed. Thanks.Hopefully, MexicanPombear would have resolved the issue and got his 1600MHz speed. Ask ! Code: DIMM # 1 SMBus address 0x50 Memory type DDR3 Module format UDIMM Manufacturer (ID) A-Data Technology (7F7F7F7FCB000000) Size 2048 MBytes Max bandwidth PC3-10700 (667 MHz) Part number DDR3 1600X Number
All of the RAM makers use a safe boot frequency which is currently 1333/1600 MHz. Because both kits are advertised at CL7 (the 4G at 1.7V and 4GX at 1.65V) I had hoped to lower the latency, but if that's not advisable I'll leave it at Is NB reading correct 3900 MHz? How To Check Ram Speed Other Info LG BluRay Burner/ Sound system KLipsch-THX/ Asus Router RTN-12 StarTech 5 1/4 ssd/hard drive sata hot swap bay.
Anything (see graph) pink or below is considered very high performance and are indeed Frequency + CAS sensitive and rarely in (2) kits configurations work together without more extreme voltage tweaks 1866 Ram Running At 1600 solved 4x4GB 1600MHz Corsair Vengeance RAM running at 1333MHz? Each motherboard manufacturer publishes a Qualified Vendor List, or QVL, for each motherboard, on their support page. Had a cube server case and moved everything over to my new Cooler Master HAF-932.
Can't find your answer ? Cpu Z If so check the Memory tab, under freq it will list 667 or so, if it shows 800 then you are at 1600...CPU-Z shows true freq and this is DDR (DOUBLE I'm not going to pretend I've never chosen a specific RAM kit just because the heatspreaders looked good with the rest of my build, but that should be a very minor The time now is 02:20 AM. -- Corsair Memory ---- Black Red ------ Child of Black Red -------- Corsair Black -- English (US) -- German (3.8.4) -- Portuguese (3.5.2) Contact Us
Anything (see graph) pink or below is considered very high performance and are indeed Frequency + CAS sensitive and rarely in (2) kits configurations work together without more extreme voltage tweaks Help Appreciated solved Games crashes when memory is set to xmp profile 1 in bios solved Overclocking and XMP solved Everytime I OC CPU and RAM to XMP in BIOS I How To Get Ram To Run At 1866 So I was wondering what memory I should go to and if it was worth the effort. How To Enable Xmp As the gains for processing tasks would be <= 1%.
Dear, This is already checked. http://lacosteradigital.com/how-to/memory-ram-need-to-replace.html Here's the QVL for my motherboard. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Here is the... How To Change Ram Speed In Bios
Also are you mixing different ram sticks? solved 1600MHz RAM running @ 1333MHz Can't find your answer ? Join us to comment and to customize your site experience! http://lacosteradigital.com/how-to/win-7-not-using-all-memory.html jaquithApr 8, 2012, 9:56 AM DDR3-1333 7-7-7-20 @ 1.65vDDR3-1333 9-9-9-25 @ 1.50v======================DDR3-1333 9-9-9-25 @ 1.50v ; best possible 'mix'Most RAM will work at 1.50v @ DDR3-1333; if you look in the
Can't find your answer ? if 1600 timing start 9-9-9 then change those to 1333 and 8-8-8 that will put them on a performance par with 1600/9, just be losing a little bandwidth which won't affect In BIOS XMP is enabled and there all 4 RAMs are being shown correctly but not in CPU-Z.
Therefore, if the Rated is DDR3-1333 7-7-7-20 @ 1.65v then that's the values, all of them, that need to be set in the BIOS. I haven't checked while playing games so maybe it is only 1600MHz under load, like CPU boost?My system:https://www.dropbox.com/s/hkj3qaiyuv1yl1i/speccy%20ram.JPGhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/8d5r814n57n9zfx/Capture.JPGIf someone could explain, that'd be great :PThanks in advance 13 answers Last reply solved My new 1866MHZ dual channal kit are running at 1333MHZ, how can i fix it? I don't know if, with my BIOS settings, this values could be put manually, because there are many options as tRC that do not appear Maybe, buying another equal DIMM could
If you are thinking it will be a big gain in processing tasks then no it would not be worth the effort. In the instance of multiple kits, plural i.e. Failure of your mobo to set the RAM frequency to 1866 MHz. this contact form Judging by the chart, setting it to CL7 at 1.65V might not be such a great idea...
Returns diminish quickly after 1866MHz.Regarding Haswell, Intel's newest desktop architecture: per Ars Technica's Haswell introduction, "1600MHz DDR3 is Haswell's highest officially supported speed, same as Ivy Bridge." That doesn't mean higher-clocked solved running 1600mhz ram with 1866mhz ram, both cl9 ? However, I recently upgraded from 2x2GB to 4x2GB Kingston 1333MHz/CL7 memory and noticed that though they advertise a latency of 7 that's only if you run it at XMP specs (1.65V).Since
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