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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Donation made =) Have been using HWinfo for the last few years for LOTS of testing various PCs and laptops. About time I really said Thank You properly! Cheers! -Adam
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Hi Martin, Just home from work. Can confirm, working nicely in new v7.40 and matching CPUz. As a bonus, iGPU memory clocks also showing correctly in the summary/reporting area. 3dmark was showing 2666 for igpu memory speed, but that must be something for them to update as well. Puts my mind at...
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Ahh very nice. Let me know if you want me to test another beta for you. Happy to be of assistance. Cheers!
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Well! First run after mentioning above, and it logged 1600! Attached snip. Hope that helps! edit: oddly I just noticed it reads DDR4-1600... meaning it would be 800mhz... it also has SDRAM after that when I extend the column.... odd
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    If it helps at all, I was also chasing with Toshiba support why 3dmark and GPUz are reporting 2666 for integrated video memory. Attached snips from those. So far, correct reporting of variable memory speed is only CPUz. Windows task manager shows 3200 constantly, Userbench picks up ram...
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Hi Martin, Memory clock remaining constant +/- tiny fractions. Debug file and csv log attached. Cheers!
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    No worries, hope it doesn't cause any headaches for you! I found the issue when the stock 1600mhz (3200) memory was showing 1333mhz (2666) in a review of the laptop (Notebookcheck showed HWinfo screenshots), and after purchasing, my laptop was doing the same. Latest bios used the whole time...
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Attached as requested, with csv log file as well.
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Also to reply to this with a log file now that I'm home - Geekbench 5 benchmark at 500ms shows constant 1333 +/- 0.4, while showing the Tcas jumping up and down the JEDEC speed steps during the stages of the benchmark. Debug mode was not on for this bench, but can happily do it again with it on...
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Hi Martin, seems to go through 3 speeds - 1066, 1333 (both attached) and 1600 (original post) - edit, added extra for 1600 to this post for easy reference edit 2 - just spotted another step - 1466 (now also attached)
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Yes, CPUz does change frequency reported on memory tab. I had to wait a few moments to time the screenshot with some background load for it to show 1600
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Hello Martin! Thank you for the quick reply! While I had only just turned on debug mode for requirements of this post, I have made heaps of data records over various tests like CPUz stress, Geekbench 3 + 5, 3dmark etc. Each one shows 1333 and doesn't move except for +/- 0.1 mhz. The timings do...
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    Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200)

    Hi, Long time user of Hwinfo, thank you very much for such a great program for those who like details =) Dynabook X40-K with i5-1240p reading 1333mhz ram (2666) instead of 1600mhz (3200). Report and debug file attached, along with screenshot showing Hwinfo open with Cpuz - Cpuz showing...
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