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Something looks wrong to me in the memory section. Is the memory clock speed really supposed to be identical to the fsb? So does that mean that the ram is running at only 270? Btw, how are the timings? They are stock so far but i am wondering if you would concider them good or bad.
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DDR2

270 x 2 would be your effective ram speed

Timings are average. Most low end systems go with 5-5-5-15 probably, and the really cheapo ram has those timings. Most you wil lsee with 4-4-4-12 which is great.
Then there are the mega expensive rams with really low timings

And if you asking about the FSB : RAM ratio, i'm not familiar with AMD on this topic... i'll leave that to someone else.



And btw this probably should have gone in the AMD section lol.
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if you have the ram and cpu set in 1:1 mode, yeah, they'll have the same bus speed. and your timings are pretty good
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and u posted this in the intel section
    
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Something looks wrong to me in the memory section. Is the memory clock speed really supposed to be identical to the fsb? So does that mean that the ram is running at only 270? Btw, how are the timings? They are stock so far but i am wondering if you would concider them good or bad.
I'd call your timings better than mine...

About the memory speed... is your memory set to DDR2-400 or something?

I see this (in Dual-Channel though):
Attachment 48843

(omitted other screen, as there's a link in my sig)
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From what I gather, they will be identical. Unless you are physically changing the FSB or Ram frequency. Mine are the same also. FSB 200 and Ram freq 200.
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I'd call your timings better than mine...

About the memory speed... is your memory set to DDR2-400 or something?

I see this (in Dual-Channel though):
Attachment 48843

(omitted other screen, as there's a link in my sig)
Yeah its set for that.. its stock speed is supposed to be 533 so if its really 270 times two then it would mean its a little above stock, which is good. Thanks
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