so im having this problem that my ram speed is 2667mhz in task manager and 1366.7mhz in memory and in spd it shows 1798mhz in cpu z and i wonder if that is really my ram speed but in my bios it shows this
I'm using Thaiphoon burner to check my ram. everything seems to check out except
SPD Checksum (Bytes 00h-7Dh):
SPD Checksum (Bytes 80h-FDh):
Like what does this mean, this is new RAM and i didnt save the boxes so i can't send it back. is there anything i can do...
I am using a Lenovo Model 80T3 (80T300TETX) laptop and I have 8GB of DDR4 RAM available. I want to upgrade to 32 RAM as the RAM Amount is not enough anymore but I have a question about the maximum RAM capacity of my computer.
With CMD, the maximum amount of RAM is specified as 32 GB...
Hi everyone !
I know that questions like '' What's faster: xxx Mhz or yyy Mhz ? or '' CL xx vs CL yy'' are very common here.
But my dilemma is a bit more complicated:
I will build a new Pc in summer (exactly when , depends on Big Navi and rtx 3000 and Intel 10 gen ). Now the coronavirus...
So I have just upgraded my motherboard, CPU and RAM. But my g.skill trident z RGB doesn't seem fully right. One of the sticks doesn't seem to have a green LED at the bottom of it. First I thought this was an SPD corruption because I hadn't noticed first only after I installed the g.skill...
An image on what i am seeing: https://drive.google.com/file/d/16p_-fuiaiHa7GGB5KHo57DPOrUBMEOe9/view
I dont think this is normal, so im asking the forums for help on this. The issue: both CPU-Z and my motherboards bios show the max bandwidth as lower than my xmp ram speed is running at.
So I was thinking of upgrading my system for professional reasons , I do a lot of After effects and design heavy work , and intense gaming with my ancient MSI GTX 970 4G
The current ram in my build are 2 sticks of RipjawsX F3-12800CL9D-4GBXL @DDR3-1600MHz . So thats 4x2 = 8gbs.
So i want to add another Ram stick in my laptop but, m just confused about this
what does that 1200 MHz in Bracket Means is it 2400 or 1200 ?
Here is a Link of snap of Specs