Why is my RAM detecting cereal?

Subject: Memory | January 29, 2009 - 04:13 PM |
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Has playing with BIOS options got you scratching your head as to why manually setting your RAM's speed and timings causes eternal reboots, but setting the options to something called SPD fixes your posting problems?  Icrontic would love to shed some light on your confusion, by explain just what Serial Presence Detect is, why the JEDEC is very important to tweakers and just why CPU-Z doesn't seem to report your RAM going the speed you though it should.

"Icrontic.com has a guide we think might be beneficial to your readers. Ever day we see

countless people asking the question "Why does my new memory show up as PC2-6400 in CPU-Z?

Did I get ripped off?" on our forum and others. Here's the answer to the question so novice

system builders can understand SPD and save us all from heartache and drama."

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Source: Icrontic
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