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Old 03-03-2004, 10:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I just recieved my ram today and was wondering on how to get it to run at ddr400 besides lowering my fsb to 100. I have my fsb set to 166 and the ram goes up to ddr333. My max fsb is 333 and in order to achieve that I have to set my fsb to 166. My ram doesn't go to ddr400 though. I am running on an amd 2600+, epox 8RDA+ (Has nforce2) What should I set set this too? Oh, and about the overclocking (sorry for jumping off the subject) In the cmos I have the memory setting set to Turbo. Is there anyway I can make it go faster without messing up my ram?
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you will have to look and see if you can run your ram asynchronously from your mobo speed, if your bios will let you do that. There should be a setting in you bios that will let you determine the ram speed seperate from the cpu speed if your bios will let you do that. OTHERWISE IT IS STUCK AT 333.
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