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Why CPU-Z doesn't match your memory's advertised speeds

Posted on Wednesday, January 28 2009 @ 04:35:41 CET by

Icrontic has published a guide to memory SPD settings, you can read it over here.
Icrontic.com has a guide we think might be beneficial to your readers. Ever day we see countless people asking the question "Why does my new memory show up as PC2-6400 in CPU-Z? Did I get ripped off?" on our forum and others. Here's the answer to the question so novice system builders can understand SPD and save us all from heartache and drama.


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Re: Why CPU-Z doesn't match your memory's advertised speeds
by Anonymous on Wednesday, January 28 2009 @ 22:39:08 CET
Dead Link

  • Reply by Anonymous on Wednesday, January 28 2009 @ 23:34:02 CET

    Link works for me..


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