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Windows 7: RAM - Multiplier Max is x8.00 - Can I go Higher?

12 Oct 2012   #1

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RAM - Multiplier Max is x8.00 - Can I go Higher?

Hi all

Just got some GeIL RAM at 1866 MHz.

My Mobo is the GIGABYTE 880GM-UD2H - The Web site says that RAM can go higher than 1800 MHz but doesn't say how to do it (probably for legal reasons).

My multiplier (in BIOS) is set at its max - x8.00.

But this only gives me 1600 MHz.

I know this is still a good speed, but I want to get it to 1866 MHz (roughly).

Are there any programs I can use to do this?

Or any other ideas?

Thank you in advance.

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