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How to speed up my RAM





maciej2p
I got DDR RAM memory
how to speed it up

any one?
johans
no need for you to do manual speed up configuration. As far as its work on compatible with your motherboard then it works automatically.

Just make sure it is supported on your bits or motherboard capabilities.

I hope that helps brother!
william
This highly depends on what motherboard you have. I presume you mean you have DDR1, so is it an Intel or AMD system?

Additionally, why do you need to speed it up, anyway? I highly doubt it would be causing a bottleneck if you have an, otherwise, stock system.
rx9876
If you are still using DDR1, the best solution is buying a new computer.
sysna
I too recommend you to buy better computer, overclocking will not make a lot difference specially on old computers.
jazz_fan
You could speed up your memory by chosing higher freq in the CMOS Setup, most DDR-1 memory supports 400MHz or 333Mhz or 200Mhz.
Max supportable freq is labeled on your RAM modules.
Another way is to set up lowest memory timings (in the CMOS Setup tool).
Timings are on the label too. So if the memory timing is now configured as 3-3-3-8, and memory supports 2-2-2-5 timings, you could switch to 2-2-2-5 to get some performance (about ~1-2%).
Timings and freqs are always in the memory SPD module and could be read by CPU-Z tool.
By chosing setting not supported with your memory manufacturer, you could get unstabel system.
If you are really have DDR memory onboard, memory bandwidth is not the biggest problem. You'd better think about upgrading your PC.
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