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Old September 28, 2011, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Rikan S-087 View Post
Without accessing the Bios, is there a way I can check what my Ram is ? (1066, 1333 ect) So what your saying, faster RAM only benefits overclocking? By overclocking I assume you mean the RAM? Thanks Sky
You can download CPU-Z at CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting. After installation you select the "SPD" tab and then select the appropriate "Slot" (i.e. "Slot #2"), which will provide the appropriate RAM info (i.e. Manufacturer, Model, etc.)
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