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SPD 4 my DDR2

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by GunDon, Jun 9, 2007.

  1. GunDon New Member

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    YeahL i hope i can find some Help here. i need a SPD code for my DDR2Ram
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    sorry for my bad english:confused:
     
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  2. DanTheBanjoman SeƱor Moderator

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    What is a SPD code? What are you trying to do?
     
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    I think me means the mem tim


    also need more info. feel out your system specs
     
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    Why do you need it?

    You should look at the memory tab to.

    Your ram is 1024 mb, 400mhz and timings are 4-5-5-18. For voltage you have to check the mem tab.
     
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    because my ram have no SPD data
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    you see i need the spd code for my ram
     
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    Which ram do you have?
     
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  8. GunDon New Member

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    here you can see
     
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    The problem is......His memory name is just named as DDR2. This in short makes us not know WHICH manufacturer it came from thus there's nothing about his memory. First time o_O. Is that an OEM computer? Does your ram come with a box?
     
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    THOSE are the SPD timings.

    the other screenshot you linked that is blank, is the page that is supposed to display your CURRENT timings.

    However, it is not reading correctly. Probably an unsupported chipset, or a bios bug.
     
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    He's probably on a p35 chipset, using an old version of CPU-Z. Get the latest one and try that.

    Oh, and yeah, the SPD table is read out on the SPD tab, showing what timings they **THINK** you can get at what frequencies ;)
     
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    No, SPD is preprogrammed to give you "spec" timings. if they "think" you can get those and it doesn't run set at that, you have defective memory.
    Pretty sure this is here just to please JEDEC.
     
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    Yeah, sorry, didn't phrase that very well...

    I meant that they will run at the rated speeds/timings, but generally you can tighten the timings or raise the frequency, they're more of guidelines...
     
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