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Thanks to all who helped me in the other thread. I was able to get the memory set in BIOS finally and stabilized.

Now for my next question...Everything seems fine EXCEPT the memory is showing at 400 Mhz instead of its rated 800 Mhz. I included the CPUz screenies below. I checked in bios and I cannot seem to figure how to get it set so it reads as 800 Mhz...according to BIOS and the post screen it is at 800.

Any ideas?

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Its DDR2 so it will show as 400Mhz but its dual rate so its really 800Mhz

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excellent. Thanks for the lesson. I sort of thought that made sense. But wanted clarification.

You all are phenomanal. Thank you all again and worry not, I will have tons of questions regarding OC'ing i the next week or so when I finally start on my system.
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