Quote: Originally Posted by Bearcatrp
Your 100% sure the ram you added is identical to the original set already installed? Tell us what ram is installed and what you purchased? Be specific.
You shouldn't need to do anything with the clock speed skrillek.Thats for O.C.'ing. I'm a little worried by your mention of "I always fix registy" though. Have you done anything to it since you installed the new RAM? Double check the new RAM for same speeds as suggested by Bearcatrp, ALL the numbers have to match.
I just looked at your zip files and the sticks aren't matching at all, as far as CAS Latency,RAS to CAS,RAS Precharge,tRAS or tRC. So basically you're timings doesn't match. Your machine probably IS running slower now than before and I'd bet that you'll soon start getting a few blue screens if you haven't already.