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Oops, help...the Abit IP35-e only supoort ddr2 800 not 1066!

post #1 of 12
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I just noticed it. Is this going to be a problem if I buy ddr2 1066 and try to run it at 1066 depending on my OC??

Will the mobo run it at these speeds?
post #2 of 12
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Please, I need to know NOW if I will have a problem running any ddr2 1066 ram overclocked at a 1:1 with the CPU.

Will this ddr2 1066 run at that speed in a mobo that only has a memory standard of ddr2 800 or will it cease to funtion.

I need to know immediatly so I can cancel the order before it is shipped.

I do not know how a motherboard with a 1333/1066MHz FSB can only support ddr2 800.
Not even the Abit IP35PRO supports ddr2 1066.
post #3 of 12
Dont worry, the board will oveclock to 1066 with the divider.
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post #4 of 12
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Does this mean that:

800MHz FSB CPU/4=200*2=400Mhz*2=ddr2 800 will run fine

BUT

1066Mhz FSB CPU/4= 266*2=532Mhz*2=ddr2 1066 will be downclocked to ddr800
?
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If your asking if you can run naitively faster ram at a slower speed the answer is YES. If you were asking something else I apologise
    
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All DDR2 1066 is factory overclocked DDR2 800 anyway. You'll be fine. Same goes with any speeds above 800.
    
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To figure out ram speed, take the FSB and multiply it by the divider.

For 1:1 a 400 FSB will run the ram at 400MHz, which is DDR2 800 (400 x 2)

So if you ran a 5/4 divider with the same 400 FSB, the ram will be running at 500MHz, which is DDR2 1000.


So it all depends on what FSB you are running really.
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post #8 of 12
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All I want to know is will this motherboard allow the ram to operate at higher than 800Mhz with an overclock? And why would one motherboard have a higher memory standard than the other if they both support the same FSB cpu? Tell me it's just a marketing gimmick?
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All I want to know is will this motherboard allow the ram to operate at higher than 800Mhz with an overclock? And why would one motherboard have a higher memory standard than the other if they both support the same FSB cpu? Tell me it's just a marketing gimmick?
YES

IDK, marketing maybe...
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All I want to know is will this motherboard allow the ram to operate at higher than 800Mhz with an overclock? And why would one motherboard have a higher memory standard than the other if they both support the same FSB cpu?
Yes DDR2-1066 will work in an IP35-E. The "memory standard" is more of a "memory guideline". There's no reason it won't work with memory that has higher speeds if it can overclock memory to that speed.
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