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Here is my RAM's speed,

Seriously, I am not really think that the Hyundai RAM is reliable, as same as their cars

Thanks everyone.

Another question, how can I make my pics bigger?? They are so small = =
I upload my pictures on imageshack.com and link them to overclock.net.

Anyhow, let me give you some good news: your ram is DDR800 already, not 400. We say DDR800, but it's actually @400MHz double data rate => so DDR800. GPUz shows your ram is @400MHz so DDR800. Add another stick of DDR800 and they will all work @DDR800, so at 400MHz.

Cheers!

*EDIT I was having some doubts you could have DDR2-400, since they are so rare and weak. Most DDR2 sticks begin at 533 up to 1000.
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post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by dragosmp View Post
I upload my pictures on imageshack.com and link them to overclock.net.

Anyhow, let me give you some good news: your ram is DDR800 already, not 400. We say DDR800, but it's actually @400MHz double data rate => so DDR800. GPUz shows your ram is @400MHz so DDR800. Add another stick of DDR800 and they will all work @DDR800, so at 400MHz.

Cheers!

*EDIT I was having some doubts you could have DDR2-400, since they are so rare and weak. Most DDR2 sticks begin at 533 up to 1000.
I am not very sure too, but it says PC2-6400 2GB 800Mhz, and supports dual channel, I found it on eBay lol. Here's the link

I don't know, maybe the RAM is not that good, and I am not expected, but I hope it is not fake.
Edited by johnsonxu - 7/8/08 at 5:25am
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post #13 of 16
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My mb supports,

PC2-4200 (533 MHz)
PC2-5300 (667 MHz)
PC2-6400 (800 MHz)

Actually which one of those is better??
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post #14 of 16
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My mb supports,

PC2-4200 (533 MHz)
PC2-5300 (667 MHz)
PC2-6400 (800 MHz)

Actually which one of those is better??

The biggest, fastest, largest... Normally the bigger the number, the greater the speed.

Here's a breakdown of all the ram names you can find:

  • PC1 means DDR1 - frequency 100 to 200MHz, data rate DDR200-DDR400 and commercial name PC-1600 to PC-3200
  • PC2 means DDR2 - frequency 266 to 400 MHz, data rate DDR2-533 to DDR2-800 and commercial name PC2-4200 to PC2-6400; some people/mobo makers, make a mistake by saying 800MHz, like in your case for example. You can trust the PC2-6400, it gives you all you need to know: DDR2 and speed 800 (6400/8)
  • PC3 is DDR3, it follows the same pattern.
The 1GB stick you have is for example DDR2, 400MHz (hence the CPUz reading) and PC2-6400.

Hope it helps
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post #15 of 16
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The biggest, fastest, largest... Normally the bigger the number, the greater the speed.

Here's a breakdown of all the ram names you can find:

  • PC1 means DDR1 - frequency 100 to 200MHz, data rate DDR200-DDR400 and commercial name PC-1600 to PC-3200
  • PC2 means DDR2 - frequency 266 to 400 MHz, data rate DDR2-533 to DDR2-800 and commercial name PC2-4200 to PC2-6400; some people/mobo makers, make a mistake by saying 800MHz, like in your case for example. You can trust the PC2-6400, it gives you all you need to know: DDR2 and speed 800 (6400/8)
  • PC3 is DDR3, it follows the same pattern.
The 1GB stick you have is for example DDR2, 400MHz (hence the CPUz reading) and PC2-6400.

Hope it helps
Truly helps!! Thanks so much, lol.
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no problem
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