Hi, I just built a new computer with an AMD A10-7850K and an Asus A88X-PRO. I installed 2 x 4GB of Mushkin Enhanced Redline 991996 (996996) memory, which should be able to run at 2133 MHz in this setup. However, after the install, everything (i.e., BIOS, Task Manager, CPU-Z) was saying the memory was running at only 1600 MHz. So I did some tinkering with the BIOS and think I got the memory running at 2133, but I am getting conflicting feedback. Now my BIOS and CPU-Z say that the memory is running at 2133 MHz, but the Windows 8.1 Task Manager still says they are running at 1600 MHz.
Does anyone know a definitive way to determine how fast memory sticks are running?
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Can't determine if memory is running at top speed
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