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ACER V3 772G bios for overpassing 135mhz overlock limit

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1 hour ago, Teren said:

bit recently and realised that it only works half the clock, i.e. ram is 1600 mhz but real clock is 800 mhz.


No, your RAM works correctly, it's DDR3  - double-data-rate, some utility showing it as half frequency and you should to multiply it by 2, for example 800x2=1600.

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Thanks for the answer! I feel like and idiot right now, but why is that so? I remember setting 3200 mhz on my main machine at home (can't check right now) and it showed fine or so I believe. Maybe some links for educational purposes? RAM is my somewhat weakness in computers...

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