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has anyone else had problems with there usb's not working after a restart.
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Not too sure if anyone on here is on the 550,but i am looking into trying the new x2 555 c3,see what i meen,more money,LOL
as far as I know, they are mostly 955 and 965. But please bring on the 550 or 555 as we would love to learn and hear about it.

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has anyone else had problems with there usb's not working after a restart.
Nope.
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Let me start by saying that my owner Mr. Squinty is horribly computer challenged. Mr. Squinty got a wild hair last Sunday and brought home an MSI790fx-gd70, AMD965 processor, two 2gig sticks of Kingston 1333mh ddr3 ram. Squinty added two AMD 5770’s in crossfire. He put it all in an Antec skeleton case with 700w power supply, 500 gig hard drive and a DVD burner.
Squinty was amazed when he hit the power button and the thing actually worked. The 1st thing Squinty did was open the bios screen and changed the multiplier from 17 to 18. Squinty downloaded CUPID from the web and looked at the memory frequency, and its 666mh. Squinty seems to think it should read 1333 instead. Is this correct and if so what does Squinty need to do to get the memory frequency to 1333?
Before you scold a cat with the “use the search button†response, Squinty did and didn’t find any help.
Squinty’s main goal in life is to play games on this computer.
Thank you.
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Let me start by saying that my owner Mr. Squinty is horribly computer challenged. Mr. Squinty got a wild hair last Sunday and brought home an MSI790fx-gd70, AMD965 processor, two 2gig sticks of Kingston 1333mh ddr3 ram. Squinty added two AMD 5770’s in crossfire. He put it all in an Antec skeleton case with 700w power supply, 500 gig hard drive and a DVD burner.
Squinty was amazed when he hit the power button and the thing actually worked. The 1st thing Squinty did was open the bios screen and changed the multiplier from 17 to 18. Squinty downloaded CUPID from the web and looked at the memory frequency, and its 666mh. Squinty seems to think it should read 1333 instead. Is this correct and if so what does Squinty need to do to get the memory frequency to 1333?
Before you scold a cat with the “use the search button” response, Squinty did and didn’t find any help.
Squinty’s main goal in life is to play games on this computer.
Thank you.
Fluffy

OK I am going to try to overlook quite a bit here and hope you are not a troll. If you are the a fore mentioned troll please find another bridge to inhabit.

Now getting on to your question, cpu-z is going to read the DDR mem frequency. like so.

notice how it says 800 MHZ. That is my DDR speed. my "real" speed is 1600 but that is just the way cpu-z reads.

So, yes he is running 1333 memory speeds correctly.

BTW to those not new to this club that is and OLD screen shot.
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Thank you,
I can assure you that I’m not a troll. I am looking for the best way to improve gaming performance.
Thank you for the quick response.
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Let me start by saying that my owner Mr. Squinty is horribly computer challenged. Mr. Squinty got a wild hair last Sunday and brought home an MSI790fx-gd70, AMD965 processor, two 2gig sticks of Kingston 1333mh ddr3 ram. Squinty added two AMD 5770’s in crossfire. He put it all in an Antec skeleton case with 700w power supply, 500 gig hard drive and a DVD burner.
Squinty was amazed when he hit the power button and the thing actually worked. The 1st thing Squinty did was open the bios screen and changed the multiplier from 17 to 18. Squinty downloaded CUPID from the web and looked at the memory frequency, and its 666mh. Squinty seems to think it should read 1333 instead. Is this correct and if so what does Squinty need to do to get the memory frequency to 1333?
Before you scold a cat with the “use the search button†response, Squinty did and didn’t find any help.
Squinty’s main goal in life is to play games on this computer.
Thank you.
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Got my new ram in today =o)

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Got my new ram in today =o)

***...how much was that ram??
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Got my new ram in today =o)

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***...how much was that ram??
$200 a stick.
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