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Originally Posted by specialneeds01 View Post

Memory frequency / core clock:: 800MHz
Memory clock: 800 MHz up to 13000 MHz
I have 8 GB RAM, 1.05 used by system so only 6.95 is usable, and dedicated memory between 64 MB and 2 GB, 1 GB by default.
thats what I thought, your ram is 1600Mhz which is terrible for the performance of your integrated gpu
On the memory tab of CPUZ next to Channel# does it say single or dual?
buying a 2133Mhz RAM kit would be the cheapest(~$49) way to make your games playable
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by Binex View Post

thats what I thought, your ram is 1600Mhz which is terrible for the performance of your integrated gpu
On the memory tab of CPUZ next to Channel# does it say single or dual?
buying a 2133Mhz RAM kit would be the cheapest(~$49) way to make your games playable

I said it's 800 MHz up to 1300 MHz... -_-
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by specialneeds01 View Post

I said it's 800 MHz up to 1300 MHz... -_-
with DDR(Double Data Rate) the number you see next to DRAM Frequency in CPUZ is half the actual speed of your ram. It's very common for OEMs to put 1600 speed ram in prebuilt machines like yours
post #14 of 15
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I said it's 800 MHz up to 1300 MHz... -_-


You aren't getting what he said. Download the application CPU-Z. Click on the "Memory" tab. Look at "Channel" and see if it says single or dual. Then look below that and see what the number is in the "DRAM Frequency" box. If it says 800 or below your ram is a weakness as far as your igpu and frame rates go. Then for also in CPU-Z go into "SPD" tab and see what the four "Frequency" boxes have in them as far as numbers.
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Originally Posted by chrisjames61 View Post

You aren't getting what he said. Download the application CPU-Z. Click on the "Memory" tab. Look at "Channel" and see if it says single or dual. Then look below that and see what the number is in the "DRAM Frequency" box. If it says 800 or below your ram is a weakness as far as your igpu and frame rates go. Then for also in CPU-Z go into "SPD" tab and see what the four "Frequency" boxes have in them as far as numbers.

I got it now. 1600 MHz confirmed. smile.gif
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