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post #11 of 23
I have had ram make my cpu run at crazy speeds in spite of the fsb x multi. Also I would run memtest with the new ram. Also short the jumper and hard set the bio to default.
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All ram is different, some ram wont run with the same fsb as others. It's always best to start from scratch. Also set your ram divider low for starting off.
Yea the RAM divider is pretty low as it is. It's currently running with my FSB at 275 and the divider set down to 266 MHz. CPUZ shows my ram running at 177.0 MHz, which is 23 MHz under normal speed... So it's kind of odd that my RAM can't go up to its normal speed...
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I lowered my FSB to 250, and it booted! Everything works... so I think it may be a voltage issue.. im gonna try upping my cpu voltage...
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post #14 of 23
hi,can tell me how to change the FSB of my RAM i m using a laptop
post #15 of 23
how to lower the fsb of my ram using 1gb DDr-2
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how to lower the fsb of my ram using 1gb DDr-2
In your BIOS. Your FSB affects your ram speed. You can manually adjust that in your BIOS though.

To your first question, check your FSB with CPU-Z.
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Did you verify that the VDIMM is the same for the new RAM as it was for the old RAM? Some modules of DDR I had required 2.6v default, some required 2.8v default.
    
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post #18 of 23
How can i adjust it in my laptop ,,,Toshiba Satellite.,,,,,it dosent gives the permission
post #19 of 23
how to change fsb in my laptop its not showing in my laptop
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how can i adjust in my laptop,,,,its not showing in the bios
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