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    Default memory timings query

    Hey guys!

    i've just run cpu-z and just saw that my memory is not running at full speed (I think) and after checking out my bios setting can't for the life of me see where I can change them! and as I'm new to the 64 bit scene am wondering if it's normal or I've just bought a m/b (GA-K8NS Ultra-939) with ****ty bios options! below are a few screenies of my cpu-z
    Last edited by amd_man2003; 11-29-2004 at 07:25 PM.
    64/3500+ | Gigabyte K8NS Ultra 939 | Gainy 6800 GS golden sample using 71.20 and DX 90c| 1Gb Geil PC3200 | WD 120Gb 7200rpm 8mb buffer | XP Pro + SP1 | Pioneer DVD burner dual layer | Antec 480 watt truepower wrapped in a Enermax 710B case | Dell 21" Trinitron.....etc

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    Default Re: memory timings query

    Could you make those pic's any bigger and did you know that if you use Alt+Print Screen you would've only got the CPU-Z windows without the rest of your desktop thrown in?
    Also once in the BIOS did you hit CTRL+F1 to bring up the Advanced Chipset Features?

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    Default Re: memory timings query

    I'm deleting those pics until you resize them.

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    soz about the big pics guys!! and no! I didn't know about those advanced bios settings! thanks dude! now got me ram in sinc with cpu!
    64/3500+ | Gigabyte K8NS Ultra 939 | Gainy 6800 GS golden sample using 71.20 and DX 90c| 1Gb Geil PC3200 | WD 120Gb 7200rpm 8mb buffer | XP Pro + SP1 | Pioneer DVD burner dual layer | Antec 480 watt truepower wrapped in a Enermax 710B case | Dell 21" Trinitron.....etc

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