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Old 11-29-2007, 11:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Simple question. I have ram. Its DDR400. My last ram was DDR400. The new ram is running at 333mhz instead of 400.

I went into bios and I can't adjust any clock settings.

So what do I have to do?
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So you have two sticks of ram and its both ddr400 and its running at ddr333? was the ram running at 400 before?
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So you have two sticks of ram and its both ddr400 and its running at ddr333? was the ram running at 400 before?
This is a new set (I only have two slots). The old one ran fine. This new set is running in 333mhz. I've checked and its definitely supposed to run at 400mhz.
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Can't anyone help I can't imagine this being too hard of a problem.
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