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Ok tell me if there is anything else that you need im not sure if this summary will be good enough for you.

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Edited: My Bad for not seeing the DDR2 instead of DDR3 RAM. The latencies caught my eye but not the DDR2. redface.gif

All DDR memory is doubled in frequency, whether it be DDR1, DDR2, or DDR3. It's always double data rate so even if it were DDR3 it's the same scenario.
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Ok tell me if there is anything else that you need im not sure if this summary will be good enough for you.
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All DDR memory is doubled in frequency, whether it be DDR1, DDR2, or DDR3. It's always double data rate so even if it were DDR3 it's the same scenario.
Everything is fine. No need to worry.

Yes but DDR3 for Phenom II type CPUs runs at 1333 MHz. by default. Thus I was thinking his RAM was lower than the default. My Bad. redface.gif
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All DDR memory is doubled in frequency, whether it be DDR1, DDR2, or DDR3. It's always double data rate so even if it were DDR3 it's the same scenario.
Everything is fine. No need to worry.

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