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Stupid.. ram. plz help!

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I put in 4 sticks of OCZ plat rev.2 512mb for a total of 2GB. However when I boot it says

 

CPU0 Memory information: DDR 333 CL: 2 , 2T Dual Channel, 128-bit

 

Tcl: 2 Trc: 3 Tras: 5 Trp 2 (2T Timing)

 

I have a San Diago 3700+ so shouldn't it be in ddr400?

 

So basically how do I get my ram to run at ddr400?

 

Thank you very much in advance!

 

btw.. bios is newest version and every bios setting is default.

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in Genie BIOS Setting -> DRAM Configuration -> DRAM Frequency Set, set it to 200 (DRAM/FSB:1/01).

 

Assuming you are not overvlovking. Also, Command Per Clock (CPC) must set to DISABLE, otherwise your system will not boot.

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Guest caffeinejunkie

Is your ram set on a divider?

 

becase the speed of the memory doesnt show at post it just shows what divider it's running

 

333mhz means it's on the 183 divider

 

if everythings stock it could just be your board reading the spd tables wrong

 

for my mushkin it should run 2-2-2-6 ddr400 yet if on auto it wants to do some weird timings that wont even boot

 

auto is the devil with dfi boards

 

manual is your friend

 

just curious what does cpu-s say it's running at?

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OMG tsopin..! You were right about the 200 setting and the CPC

now its ddr400 thank you so much

 

btw thx caffeinejunkie for your input as well. my cpu says its 3700+ (2210 Mhz) on POST

but I am not sure what a divider is.. or where to check..

 

It works now.. Thanks so much..!

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The memory divider is what you just changed to put it at ddr400

 

1:1 runs it in sync with the fsb but if your running a higher fsb or if your memory doesnt run at DDR400 then you can use these dividers to underclock your memory or just to get it to run back to spec if your overclocking the cpu but not the mem

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