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How do I change the ram settings to make it run at 1:1 ratio?
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Set your memory to run DDR-533, that will automatically set it to a 1:1 ratio
    
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Set your memory to run DDR-533, that will automatically set it to a 1:1 ratio
WHERE!!!
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Your pressing Ctrl + F1 on boot correct?
Change the System memory multiplier to 1.00

    
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Set your memory multiplier to 2.00 like in the screenshot above. DDR is running at twice the fsb, so 2 / 2.0 = 1:1

2.50 memory multiplier is the same thing as 4 : 5 as 2 / 2.5 = 4 : 5

You get the idea. It seems each motherboard company has their own way of setting up the bios menu for the multiplier. Causes a little confusion.
    
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Alright, cool thanks
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Is there any way to control command rate like 1T and 2T? I can't find it anywere! Sorry to hijack, I just thought it was relevant
    
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