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Old 02-24-12, 11:47 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Hello, I'm using Asus M4A785T-M mobo with Phenom II X6 1090T, I use Corsair 2x 4GB 1333MHz RAM and lately I frequently get a BSOD. when I pulled out one RAM and use a single stick it works fine. The minute I insert the second RAM I get a BSOD. When I analyzed minidump using the software WhoCrashed it states that its a drivers problem. I did a Memory Diagnostic test and no errors were found. I have heard that Phenom II has a crappy memory controller and can only use 1333MHz RAM. So, I thought that If I downclock my RAM to 1066MHz I may get a stable system. But the minute I entered the BIOS I don't know which control the RAM clockspeed. I need help
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The DRAM frequency is adjusted via the Memory Clock Mode option in the Jumperfree Configuration menu.

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