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    Hi, I upgraded my old laptop with 2GB DDR PC2700 RAM. Both memory slots are now occupied. Previously, 2 x 256MB DDR PC2100 were installed. Interestingly run the new RAM modules with PC3200 speed even though the label is set to DDR-333. That surprises me a little, because according to notebook manufacturers only max. DDR-333 is supported. The mainboard is unknown the one SiS648FX chipset. About the I that here found out. Since my BIOS does not provide any settings for OC I had like Windows to the RAM clock to 333Mhz set, to see if the high to DDR-400 speed is responsible for the blue screens. Do you know a software that allows overclocking of RAM on Windows?

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    Have you tested with CPU-Z even if there are really 400? And it comes in Windows I doubt is indeed determined by the BIOS. Ginge possibly a BIOS update?

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    Currently a 1 GB-bolt is installed. The Noisy CPU-Z and Everest with 200 Mhz so DDR-400. That should be his maximum speed under these programs. Possibly. Yes the memory is mislabeled and was DDR-400 delivered. Siemens had me at the time because of a renewed fan speed problem the BIOS. A few years later one will be released version 1.09 but where exactly do I find and how do I install I have not researched. It is also not clear whether OC settings after the update is available.

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    Can not you return the memory and get another 333? Could also be a Incompatibility, even if it is unlikely surprises me very much that even the 400MHz are possible if Siemens says that the maximum is 333.

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    I do not really give it back at least not the same. I want to find a way to drive it at 333 Mhz instead of the 400th Then the problem would be solved already. The Siemens product flyer from 2003 says that max.333 Mhz is. However, there too that 1 x 1 GB is not possible not to mention 2 GB throughout. This is not true because I have read of many Amilo users that they have built more than 2 x 512 MB. Therefore I have my yes the 2 x 1 GB bought.

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    I overclocked my Athlon 64 then with Clockgen. I know that I could change the FSB the RAM I am just insecure. Otherwise there must be an option in the bios but? Nothing to do with overclocking just the Ramteiler.

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    I have already tried but this only shows FSB, CPU speed and RAM clock the values. I can not change anything unfortunately. Memset I briefly tried not running on my laptop absolute is nothing in the BIOS and the change log for changes and a new BIOS because nothing is there to.

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