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Old 09-21-2010, 03:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi all,

I just put together a budget build for my bro who really only plays the unreal tournament series.

610w kingwin
amd 5600+ x2 2.9ghz 65w
foxconn m61pmv
4gb 2x2 ocz platinum
sapphire hd 4870 512mb
windows xp 32bit

now my problem is ram running slow. it's rated 1066 and im usering a am2 cpu so i know 800mhz will be the fastest i can get for now. it's running at 364.2 in cpu-z. im still learning here as i go and im wondering if useing 32bit XP thats only useing 3ghz of my memory is what slows it down that little bit.

bios is limited. i have auto and maxmemclock. in maxmemclock i can select 667, 800, and 1066, nothing seems to change. can not set timings. i can only raise voltage +.05 which i've done already.


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That board can only run at 1066 with AM2+. You have an AM2. (no +)

So, you are running your RAM at ~728, DDR = Double Data Rate. double is your actual speed. Why it isn't 400, I am not sure. It should work fine in x32.

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yeah i am just trying to get it to 400 for now until i get a am2+ cpu. i already had the 5600+. oh well its not a huge issue but i figured i would ask. other thoughts?
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