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Oh ok thanks, so you are saying if the ram is not matching then it will count as single, or in other words if there is a single and dual it will work as single for all three?
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post #12 of 17
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or in other words if there is a single and dual it will work as single for all three?
thats exactly what im saying, so is that one stick of 512 single? in that case i think that it would probably be better to take it out, because ram speed helps the a "fast" computer feel fast. especially if you use it to play alot of games, but if your just word proccessing, then you could just leave it as is.

ram is only as fast as its slowest stick

( also what temps are you getting now?, you should keep it under 55c load, so if that s a problem, think of upgrading to a better HSF)
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Oh ok thanks.
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Can you give me a link to download a program that tells me the computer temperature? Because i hate restarting it and having to go into the setup. Oh and PS, what you are saying is 1Gig dual channel is faster than 1536 single?
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yea, 1gig ddr should be better in games and stuff where lots is happening real fast. i'll edit in a sec with some links brb

speedfan, this is the one that i use, but i'll be back w/ a few more, because sometimes one wont work on certain mobos
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these are the normal temp software, use what works w/ your mobo. (remember bios puts about a 80% load on your cpu, so bios "idle" temps will be a bit higher than those reported if its working right)
this will help you with your general OC questions too.

good luck
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Alright, thanks a lot for your help logan, much appreciated.
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gotta question lol sorry, k this is what my cpuz says:

Clocks:
Core Speed: 2475.1 MHZ
Multiplier: X11.0
HTT: 225.0 MHZ

So does this mean that my multiplier is at 11X instead of 10? and my computer is really running 2.47Ghz? And if so, is this a bad thing and could fry my computer?
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