|07-10-08, 03:55 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Aug 2007
Memory Mhz settings using eVGA 680I motherboard.
If my motherboard Bios says I am running my ram at 801Mhz, am I really running at 1602Mhz? or 400.5Mhz and my Motherboard is already telling me the true DDR speed of 801?
I run a Q6600 at 9X1333 for 3.0Ghtz
Memory unlocked at 801Mhz
For 1:1 do I need to set it to read 1333 on the Motherboard or just 666?
I'm not sure my Corsair XMS2 can even get up to 1602Mhz with out blowing up.
|07-12-08, 08:23 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2002
Re: Memory Mhz settings using eVGA 680I motherboard.
If it is running fine how it is then I would not worry about it ,but to get 1:1 ratio you would need to set your memory at around 666mhz.
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