Would this be causing me some problems, and if so, how do I fix this? I have an ASUS Mo Bo as well and changed mine from auto to 1600MHz when doing my overclock settings. It could be showing the rated speed for each stick. It could be showing the rated speed for each stick.
I may be mistaken, but I believe there is something under the AI Tweaker when in advanced mode to change the RAM speed. I only have 2 sticks though and they were running at 1600 anyway. Try running it at 1333, possibly with relaxed timings, if the sticks are different. Try running it at 1333, possibly with relaxed timings, if the sticks are different. I read somewhere when googling around before about people having their ram not running at the proper speeds and how they fixed it. I really can't remember what I was searching for at the time.
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BIOS is an acronym that stands for Basic Input Output System.It is important to keep your System BIOS up to date.Newer releases of BIOS can provide improvements to Hardware compatibility, improved Diagnostics, as well as Security updates and Increased stability.Biostar does not seem to have a bios flasher that doesn't work without windows. I have the following setup: Biostar TA790GX XE (bios date 1/13/09)Athlon II x2 250Seagate Barracuda 640gb SATA 3.0gb/s Patriot Viper PC2-8500 1066mhz DDR2 4gb (2x2gb)Diamond Radeon 4670 1gb Thank you in advance for your help.So, without getting into too much detail, I'm having issues with my latest build. I have it down to two very possible issues based on some research online: - The Windows 7 installation disk is bad - The BIOS on the Asus mobo need to be updated I'm currently in the process of downloading a fresh copy of Windows 7 and will creating a bootable USB to install on my PC.
Like Operating System and driver revisions, the update contains feature enhancements or changes that will help keep your system software current and compatible with other system modules (hardware, firmware, drivers and software) as well as providing security updates and increased stability.