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Old 07-30-2014, 07:47 AM   #1
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First off I want to give a big thanks to all the people on the TSF Hardware Tech team who helped me with my previous problems. You folks saved me hours of hair pulling frustration. Ok as I was looking through the AMD Overdrive utility I notice the memory frequency is at 1064 MHz. It's set to 2133 in the BIOS. Not sure how to go about getting it corrected. I know the CPU and mobo both support that speed.





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Old 07-30-2014, 09:07 AM   #2
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There is nothing to correct. All is as it should be. The only issue is the difference in terms.

By definition DDR memory (Double Data Rate) on both the rising and falling sides of the clock pulse so that each clock pulse cycles the memory twice. This, a frequency of 1066MHz nets a memory speed of 2133MHz. Sure the clock freq in the top chart is showing a few Hz low but nothing to worry about.
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Ah ok, I thought the frequency might not be the speed. I did a bit of googling but didn't find anything. Glad to have that clarified. =)
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