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SPD is a memory thing, it stands for Serial Presence Detect.

CPU-Z will report the SPD tables for any particular ram, it will show what latencies the ram runs at per given FSB.

Its a fitting acronym, seeing as it relates to the "speed" performance of the ram.
 

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a ss? wots that
 

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press print screen, go to paint, go to edit, and then paste.


then save as a jpeg, into where ever u want, then when u post, scroll down and ull see manage attachments....click browse, and go to your picture then upload
 

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Originally Posted by Xavier1421
SPD is a memory thing, it stands for Serial Presence Detect.

CPU-Z will report the SPD tables for any particular ram, it will show what latencies the ram runs at per given FSB.

Its a fitting acronym, seeing as it relates to the "speed" performance of the ram.
Is Serial Presence Detect the limit that the RAM card can go?
 

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Originally Posted by shadowstrewn
Is Serial Presence Detect the limit that the RAM card can go?
not the LIMIT

the factory settings, what it comes set to
 
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