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faq:xpc_cube:sd30g2_plus [2016/07/14 15:24]
Shuttle [Can I change The Default 667MHz Memory Frequency on SD30G2+ To The 800MHz Range when using 800 MHz RAM?]
faq:xpc_cube:sd30g2_plus [2017/01/31 11:33]
CS [Can I change The Default 667MHz Memory Frequency on SD30G2+ To The 800MHz Range when using 800MHz RAM?]
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-===== Can I change The Default 667MHz Memory Frequency on SD30G2+ To The 800MHz Range when using 800MHz RAM? ===== +===== Can I change the default 667 MHz memory frequency to 800 MHz when using 800 MHz memory in the SD30G2+? ===== 
-When tested with the SD30S1A7.BIN BIOS, the system will auto-detectcompatible, 800MHz memory at a frequency of 667MHz even after Loading Optimized Defaults in the BIOS. This is normal as this system is optimized to work with 667MHz RAMThough the system is designed to use 667MHz memory, it is possible to use 800MHz memory though it will be under-clocked to 667MHz.+If the BIOS version SD30S1A7.BIN is used, the system will auto-detect compatible 800 MHz memory at a frequency of 667 MHz even if the Optimized Default settings are loaded in the BIOS. This is normalas this system is optimized to work with memory clocked at 667 MHz for security reasonsIt is still possible to run 800 MHz memory, however this will be clocked down to 667 MHz.
  
-With certain RAM, it is possible to over-clock the memory to the 800MHz range.+With certain memory modules it is possible to overclock the memory to 800 MHz.
  
-Please keep in mind that this is possible with certain memory. Some memory brands may not be compatible with this system and you will not be able to overclock them to the 800MHz range.+Please keep in mind that this is only possible with selected memory modules. Some memory brands may not be compatible with this system and you will not be able to overclock them to 800 MHz.
  
-To find out if your system is able to achieve this with yourparticularmemory please go into the Frequency/Voltage Control section of the BIOS, locate DRAM Timing Selectable; change it from “By SPE,” to “Manual.” In the same section, navigate to “System Memory Frequency,” and change the setting to 800MHz or 834MHz, depending on what is available in the settingPress F10 to Save and Quit the BIOS. The system will reboot and should reflect the change in memory frequency as modified above.+To find out if your system is able to do this with your particular memoryplease go to the Frequency/Voltage Control section in the BIOS, locate the DRAM Timings, change it from “By SPE,” to “Manual.” In the same section, please navigate to “System Memory Frequency” and change the setting to 800 MHz or 834 MHz depending on what is available. Then press F10 to Save and Quit the BIOS. The system will now reboot and should show the change of memory frequency as described above.
  
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