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right memory meaning....?

In which way? the info i found on the mem is:
G-skill
F1-3200PHU1-512NT
512MBDDR PC3200
CL 2.5-4-4-8


Is this cool?
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You've also said something about overclocking and memory timing. I dont remember doing such things, I once took it to a PC store (a friend of mine) maybe he did something. I'm not too sure...

I'll def get that new AMD.
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that 512 stick is pc 3200...your computer needs pc 2700...so it won't work....go to crucial memory upgrades to see the compatible memory your mobo supports...it does not have to be crucial...just the same specs....


dont know who OCed your system ...but everest reports it as a 2 % overclock...

http://www.crucial.c...gr.asp?cat=RAMl

upgrading the CPU and adding the RAM will give you a nice speedbump....
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How can i unclock my Pc?
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you would have to get into your bios and use the defaults...usually F 5 ...then to save the settings F10...again usually...you will have to read the screen to be sure
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There must be something wrong because the log was made after i reseted the bios when i took ( i think it was wanabe1's advice.)
If resetting the bios should reverse the overclocking then it doesnt seem to work.
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then you will have to live with it...a 2% overclock isn't much so that may be alright...
your memory timings should be set to auto in the bios though...
did you get the chipset drivers and install them...and whats the situation now with your computer...

Edited by happyrck, 07 December 2006 - 11:44 AM.

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