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Windows 7: How to check for RAM Speeds

23 Oct 2009   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64
How to check for RAM Speeds

I wanted to know what those numbers mean in CPU-z :P
I don't really know what SPD and JEDEC is.

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23 Oct 2009   #2


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To oversimplify - the manner in which your RAM complies with a "universal standard" allowing parts made by Company X to work with parts made by Company Y and Company Z.

Your computer can look at the info in the SPD and know how to find it's way around the neighborhood.
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