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Windows 7: RAM timings changes on its on

26 Jan 2012   #11
writhziden

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

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I ran the blend test that test a lot of RAM for 1 hour and 10 min and it gave me no errors or warnings, and since I have tested to actually set that clock to 7 in bios and the computer refuse to boot that way I really do believe that this is more of a windows 7 issue since everything runs fine.
I would tend to agree with you after those good troubleshooting steps. Well done.


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26 Jan 2012   #12
Phone Man

Windows 8.1 Pro w/Media Center 64bit, Windows 7 HP 64bit
 
 

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Hi

I have noticed that my RAM's clock speed is being changed on its own and wondering why this is happening since I have manually set the timings/speed & voltage in bios, my RAM is suppose to run at 9,9,9,24 @ 1600mhz, that is what it is set in bios also but looking in speccy & cpu-z the timings is showed as 7,9,9,24 @ 1600mhz. Could it have anything to do that I have overclocked my CPU? its running at 4Ghz 20x200 BLCK. And I am sorry if this have been asked already had no idea what search words to use
I have the same feature on my system. Ram set at 9,9,9,24 @ 1600 and it shows as 6,9,9,9,24 @1600. My system is not OC so don't know what is going on. I have an ASUS MB with UEFI Bios so I assume it is something in the Bios.

Jim
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26 Jan 2012   #13
Andreas W

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Andreas W View Post
Hi

I have noticed that my RAM's clock speed is being changed on its own and wondering why this is happening since I have manually set the timings/speed & voltage in bios, my RAM is suppose to run at 9,9,9,24 @ 1600mhz, that is what it is set in bios also but looking in speccy & cpu-z the timings is showed as 7,9,9,24 @ 1600mhz. Could it have anything to do that I have overclocked my CPU? its running at 4Ghz 20x200 BLCK. And I am sorry if this have been asked already had no idea what search words to use
I have the same feature on my system. Ram set at 9,9,9,24 @ 1600 and it shows as 6,9,9,9,24 @1600. My system is not OC so don't know what is going on. I have an ASUS MB with UEFI Bios so I assume it is something in the Bios.

Jim
I got an Asus MB also just a tad older ^^, kinda weird but since your system is not O.C it would mean it have something to do with the motherboard then, oh well marking this as solved since nothing seem to be wrong and everything runs fine. Maybe send a mail to Asus and ask and see what they have for an answer
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