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 Post subject: CPU-Z strange reading
PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2014 10:41 pm 
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I have 4 2 Gigs of RAM same make and model just 1 is different by year. This Motherboard in auto in the BIOS for CPU and RAM don't set the right setting just right, the CPU is set slower then what it can go by default which it 2.93 and the RAM speed and timing are all wrong which is 1600 MHz at 9.9.9.28, I think that the one stick of RAM is throwing the settings off. I fixed all of that but which it confusing is that the CPUID shows. Just say'en.
Sorry I didn't know that the picture didn't come up.
All it says is "Could not upload attachment to ./files/103486_33dd93a67bac0f0bddf375dab1703c72.


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 Post subject: Re: CPU-Z strange reading
PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 5:07 am 
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You have to create a link to this site from a picture hosting site like this:

http://tinypic.com/

Then your picture will show up.

I would try just the two old sticks of ram and see if the software posts the right numbers. If it does the new stick/sticks of ram may not be compatible.

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