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i have lowered my ram freq to 330 MHz from 440Mhz but i can no longer see the cpu ram ratio in in CPU-Z such as if i am running at 1:1 or not. is this bad or is it ok?
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Seagate 320 Gig 7200 RPM Sata Raid Windows XP Home Edition Hyundai B70A Microsoft Wireless 
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Originally Posted by scotty8825
i have lowered my ram freq to 330 MHz from 440Mhz but i can no longer see the cpu ram ratio in in CPU-Z such as if i am running at 1:1 or not. is this bad or is it ok?
No, if nothing else is playing up then don't worry about it.
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