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 01/22/2006 10:14 AM
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herbeapuce
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ok thanks to this post I read , now I know what is a memory devider :
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''Avid6eek06-16-2004, 07:06 PM
Audibal....Welcome to the PCStats Forums!

Memory Divider - One popular way of overclocking your processor is to increase your FSB. This increases the processor bus, and memory bus equally. In the event that your processor still has the ability to increase in speed, but your memory is maxed out, you would use the memory divider to slow down your memory. Example: You want to run your FSB at 200Mhz, but your memory maxes at 100Mhz. Set the FSB to 200Mhz, and the memory devider to 1/2, and the memory will run at 100Mhz. That was an extremely basic example, but it should give you an idea of what it is for. ''
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ok Now My Question:

where is this Memory devider? is this a command in the BIOS or it's from a program that I should download?

I will be using a DFI Mobo, ( Lanparty UT Nf4 ULTRA )

TIA

stef.
 01/22/2006 12:51 PM
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Its in your BIOS. Its under the Genie BIOS heading. The option is DRAM Frequency Set.

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 01/22/2006 01:31 PM
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ok thanks.

still learning...

stef
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