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Ram Mhz doubt

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You are reading the wrong value in HWiNFO. Read the value under "Memory" section, it clearly says 1496mhz (DDR stands for double data rate, so when you multiply that with two you get 3000mhz).

Hi, I hope you're doing fine

 

I have 4 ram (3200 x2 & 3000 x2) Both supposed to be running at 3000Mhz, that's what Task Manager says.

But when I read in HWiNFO, each ram is at 1066.7 Mhz.

 

Would someone be so kind to tell me what is going on?

is it running at 3000 or 1066? I don't get it.

 

Thank 4 your time

 

Enrique

 

 

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You are reading the wrong value in HWiNFO. Read the value under "Memory" section, it clearly says 1496mhz (DDR stands for double data rate, so when you multiply that with two you get 3000mhz).

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26 minutes ago, Kique_Centeno said:

Hi, I hope you're doing fine

 

I have 4 ram (3200 x2 & 3000 x2) Both supposed to be running at 3000Mhz, that's what Task Manager says.

But when I read in HWiNFO, each ram is at 1066.7 Mhz.

 

Would someone be so kind to tell me what is going on?

is it running at 3000 or 1066? I don't get it.

 

Thank 4 your time

 

Enrique

 

 

ram.png

your ram and it's speeds are fine and working normally, don't worry.

https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/why-my-ram-running-on-half-speed.3613299/

 

you my reply answers your question completely don't forget to choose it as "solution"

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