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Fedora sees my DDR3 as DDR2
posted 4 years ago
It seems that Fedora 15 seems my DDR3-1066 mhz as DDR2-800 mhz...
I say this because if I do dmidecode --type 17 it reports DDR-800mhz....
Now what I want to know is - has it underclocked my ram, and how can I confirm that my ram is running in dual-channel?
[INDIA] Need ur help in choosing a good configuration for my PC
XP and Linux