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Old 11-30-2006, 06:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi i have 2 gig of 667mhz ram
i was looking in my bios and it said Dram sumthing and it had afew options i could set it too it was on auto but i changed it too 667 is that rite or shud i leave it on auto?

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yeah thats right, at least now you know its set to what its supposed to . But auto prob puts it at 667mhz so you prob didn't change anything, but it won't hurt it if thats what your wondering. The other options are if you want to oc it. If you do, read up some of the stickies in the overclock forum to get an idea what to do.

edit: just read your other post. if you leave everything on auto, it will set everything to stock so you don't need to worry about that stuff, if your really not going to oc it .
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