Originally Posted by Jacko87
Yes, since it is DDR2 RAM, you double the speed of 400MHz, giving you 800MHz, and when you overclock your CPU and your FSB rises, so will your RAM (how much it rises depends on the divider you have). So anyway, everything you've done looks good.
actually cpuid only reports one channel. since you're probably running dual channel you only see 400Meg. just double what cpuid reports. the ddr2 doesnt have anything to do with it.
better explained by::: Originally Posted by TheNix
DDR ram means Double Data Rate, effectively using data on the up and down cycle of information, which has a result of the double speed mentioned. This goes for all DDR ram, the effective speed is double the actual speed of the memory. You are fine