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    Default Can't get my memory up to speed!

    I'm having problems setting up my new build, its the first PC i've built and i'm a bit of a novice when it comes to BIOS settings:$

    Anyway my memory is supposed to run at 1066Mhz, it seems to be set to this in the BIOS but CPU-Z says it is only running at 400Mhz in Dual channel, SiSandra also says its running at 400, Surely it should be 533Mhz?

    Anyone have any advice for me or even point me in the direction of some reading on the subject?

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    have you tried using the dividers in your BOIS?
    What?

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    Sorry mate i'm not sure what you mean by that:$

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