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So i downloaded this neat program called CPU-Z and it states that my RAM runs at 400 mhz, instead of 800 mhz... hmmmm





And even the receipt states that it runs at 800 mhz... am i missing something?

I was about to start overclocking my pc but i wan't to make sure if the RAM is actually running at 400 or 800 mhz.

Any ideas?
 

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I C, thanks mate.

It was a good thing i didn't overclocked this yesterday because with the stock cooler this was getting at 61c on full load. ( I did more research when i posted this...)

I will get a new cooler and try to overclock this to 3.6Ghz or something.
 

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Same here.
Already ordered a new cooler, hope it will cool down enough for a nice OC.
 

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Also, since you plan on overclocking, I'll also add this in since it's in the same boat.

On most Intel CPUs (Pentium 4 and later), the FSB is quad pumped. This means, even though your CPU is rated at 1333MHz FSB, that's it's "effective" FSB, so don't be surprised to go and overclock and see it's "real" frequency as 333MHz. It's still as fast as though it were 1333MHz in the traditional sense, but it's 333MHz four times. It makes no real difference, but it's obviously important to know when dealing with the numbers.
 

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moving to hardware disc. try to post in the correct section please.
 

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...and it's the same topic he already started, just labeled otherwise.
His other topic: Need help, i want to overclock my new E8200.
 

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...and it's the same topic he already started, just labeled otherwise.
His other topic: Need help, i want to overclock my new E8200.
if u look carefully in this thread i'm asking about the memory ram not overclocking... unless ur blind or semi-dumb...
 

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I was about to start overclocking my pc but i wan't to make sure if the RAM is actually running at 400 or 800 mhz.
Any ideas?
I am neither blind nor "semi-dumb". Must be on your side.
 

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ur the dumb that just made an ass of himself confusing threads.

either way i have better things to do, can't afford to waste my time arguing with little kids behind a computer.
 
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