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dual channel memory speed

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by newmember, Oct 2, 2004.

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  1. newmember

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    I have amd 3200+ cpu on motherboard abit nf7-s2 with dual channel support
    and 2 identical memory sticks each 512MB DDR400.

    When I ran the latest sisoft sandra, it reports:
    But I have DDR400...
    Does it mean that each memory stick should work at 400MHz and NOT at 200 as reported by sisoft sandra?
     
  2. norton850

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    DDR stands for "double data rate". So an easy way to look at it is that it does things twice every clock cycle. That's why it's 2 x 200 or 400MHz.
     
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