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    Default Max Bandwidth Problem

    Hello!

    It is my first post in here and I was wondering if someone could please, help me! :-)

    I'm newbie but I'm going to try to explain the problem...
    I changed my motherboard from Asus P8Z68-V Pro to ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 (last bios version, 2.30) and now the Max Bandwidth does not look right.
    XMP profile is configured, 2133MHz with [ RipjawsX ] F3-17000CL9D-8GBXLD
    G.SKILL- World leading DDR3 computer memory and SSD manufacturer -Products
    100% compatible, I did check it in ASRock > Z77 Extreme4 before buy the motherboard.

    CPU-Z ScreenShot on ASRock Z77 Extreme 4
    http://imageshack.us/a/img441/1088/cpuzw.png
    Max Bandwidth PC3-12800 (800MHz) does not look right, is it?

    MaxxMEM ScreenShot on ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 looks too low
    http://imageshack.us/a/img84/7137/maxxmem.png
    Copy, Read and Write on Asus P8Z68-V Pro was at least 24k+

    I hope someone help me, I would really appreciate it.
    Thank you!

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    Default Re: Max Bandwidth Problem

    The SPD tab of CPUz just shows the various speeds and timings that are programmed into the SPD data area of your memory. The main one you see at the top of the CPUz screenshot is the default memory speed. You can see the XMP settings on the lower right.

    If you check the memory tab, you'll see what speed your memory is currently running at. You don't see that in the SPD tab.

    The MaxxMEM screenshot seems to reflect what speed your memory is currently running at, but we still don't know what that is.

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    Default Re: Max Bandwidth Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    The SPD tab of CPUz just shows the various speeds and timings that are programmed into the SPD data area of your memory. The main one you see at the top of the CPUz screenshot is the default memory speed. You can see the XMP settings on the lower right.

    If you check the memory tab, you'll see what speed your memory is currently running at. You don't see that in the SPD tab.

    The MaxxMEM screenshot seems to reflect what speed your memory is currently running at, but we still don't know what that is.

    http://imageshack.us/a/img593/4070/memc.png
    So, is everything ok?

    Thank you very much!

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    Default Re: Max Bandwidth Problem

    Looks like 2133 to me (1066 x 2). The MaxxMEM results I don't get, what slots are you using, and how many DIMMs do you have?

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