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Discussion in 'Windows 7 Hardware' started by suprra_girl, Aug 24, 2010.
I'm not sure what I should be looking at in the spd tab, could you educate me on this please
In the SPD tab, the highest frequency shown as programmed by the manufacturer - the last column with the 8s in it - it shows 27 to go along with that. As long as you set the motherboard to handle the RAM settings auto in the bios, you needn't be concerned with any numbers. Simple. Set to automatic. Save. Reboot to Windows and then post any crash dumps which may occur. Other than that, good chance no bsods will happen.
K Awesome thanks I'll do that and see how it goes