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General Information :
DIMM1 (RAS 11, RAS 12) :256 (Double Bank)
DIMM2 :Empty
DIMM3 (RAS 11, RAS 12) :256 (Double Bank)
DIMM4 :Empty

Information SPD EEPROM (DIMM1) :
Manufacturer :Micron Technology
Part Number :8VDDT3264AG-335CA
Serial Number :490EFFF1
Type :DDR-SDRAM PC2700 (166 MHz) - [DDR-333]
Size :256 MB (1 rows, 4 banks)
Module Buffered :No
Module Registered :No
Width :64-bit
Error Correction Capability :No
Max. Burst Length :8
Refresh :Reduced (.5x)7.8 µs, Self Refresh
Voltage :SSTL 2.5v
Manufacture :Week 32 of 2003
Supported Frequencies :133 MHz, 166 MHz
CAS Latency (tCL) :2 clocks @133 MHz, 2.5 clocks @166 MHz
RAS to CAS (tRCD) :3 clocks @133 MHz, 3 clocks @166 MHz
RAS Precharge (tRP) :3 clocks @133 MHz, 3 clocks @166 MHz
Cycle Time (tRAS) :6 clocks @133 MHz, 7 clocks @166 MHz

Information SPD EEPROM (DIMM3) :
Manufacturer :Micron Technology
Part Number :8VDDT3264AG-335CA
Serial Number :490EFFF2
Type :DDR-SDRAM PC2700 (166 MHz) - [DDR-333]
Size :256 MB (1 rows, 4 banks)
Module Buffered :No
Module Registered :No
Width :64-bit
Error Correction Capability :No
Max. Burst Length :8
Refresh :Reduced (.5x)7.8 µs, Self Refresh
Voltage :SSTL 2.5v
Manufacture :Week 32 of 2003
Supported Frequencies :133 MHz, 166 MHz
CAS Latency (tCL) :2 clocks @133 MHz, 2.5 clocks @166 MHz
RAS to CAS (tRCD) :3 clocks @133 MHz, 3 clocks @166 MHz
RAS Precharge (tRP) :3 clocks @133 MHz, 3 clocks @166 MHz
Cycle Time (tRAS) :6 clocks @133 MHz, 7 clocks @166 MHz

Memory Controller Information :
Memory Controller :Standard, FPM, EDO, Parity, ECC, SIMM, DIMM, Burst EDO, SDRAM
Number of connectors :4
Max. Module Size :1024 MB
Max. Memory Size :4096 MB
Supported Speed :70ns, 60ns
Supported Voltages :3.3v
Error Detection Method :64-bit ECC
Error Correction Capability :Unspecified
Current/Supported Interleave :1-way/1-way

.. Where do i start?
 

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Umm how about you delete that garbage first...

We need you system specs. Fill them out in User CP(uper left task bar)
 

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All ram will run at pc3200 speeds *according to my general knowledge?* You cannot simply just overclock ram*well my mobo cant anyways* Your ram will try to run a 1:1 ratio with the front side bus (FSB) of your processor*or a tad higher*. Often times you can buy pc4000 but it will run pc3200 speeds untill you actually overclock your cpu, which would raise your FSB causing your ram to increase aswell. Sometimes ram cannot go as high as your processors FSB and in this case a Divider of some sort is needed. I'm not the most knowledgable on the forum, So correct me if I'm wrong guys.
 

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Originally Posted by DaFuZzMaStA

Mmm.. done

Crap, I hate to tell you this but I do not believe you can overclock. Intel locks all it's mobos against overclocking. Try to download CLOCKGEN to overclock thru windows, But as far as overclocking thru bios goes, your unfortunately unable to overclock.

Bios overclocking = More options/Stable-er

CLOCKGEN = Program that runs in windows, Not as stable but can give you some extra mhz.

You may be able to bios flash that 6200 to a 6600!
 
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