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My Frequency is stuck at 388 and ive been through the bios and other websites to find out how to increase it and i still cant find where to go to increase that value...anyone have any ideas
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Is the system overclocked? Its ddr, meaning that its dual data rate ram. The 388mhz means the ram is actually running at 776mhz. Which isnt a typical stock ram speed. The feature to play with ram timings is typically in the advanced chipset section of your bios. Look around in there for anything related to ram:cpu frequency or anything to do with ram speed.
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Can you take a picture of your BIOS screens? 388..you should be able to find that number somewhere either near the RAM timings or the CPU/FSB frequency. Then just increase it from there.
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Originally Posted by dannyyboii View Post
Can you take a picture of your BIOS screens? 388..you should be able to find that number somewhere either near the RAM timings or the CPU/FSB frequency. Then just increase it from there.
Yes but just raisning ram frequency isnt going to give much better performance, and also raising it past its stock timings, can cause it to go unstable at wich time it may need more voltage, or lowered timings or possibly both. Just dont go over 2.1-2.2v.
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