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    Member Lan_Of_Malkier's Avatar
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    Question I can't access memory settings

    I am running a Gigabyte GA-8IPE1000-L and I cannot access any memory functions under BIOS. I know this is not a mobo forum, be assured my question is for memory.

    I was wondering if there is software that I can use to change latency and such, or should I be going for an ABIT/Asus mobo?

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    Member raven's Avatar
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    I believe if you press Ctrl + F1 ( i cant remember the exact key config for it, either Ctrl or Alt along with one of the F keys ) Then that should open up your advanced memory timmings section. With my gigabyte PE667 motherboard, gigabyte had concealed that section of the bios just so that no average joe could accidentaly change a memory setting and make his computer unable to boot.

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