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  1. damian5000

    RAM speed fluctuating big time. Is this normal?

    Yes, but a jump like 1064Mhz to 665Mhz and latency changing is not normal. Solved, anyways, needed to reset BIOS to factory settings and now completely stable with only the minor 1-2Mhz fluctuations.
  2. damian5000

    RAM speed fluctuating big time. Is this normal?

    I've tested both slots and different sticks and both show the same result in HWINFO64, that the RAM is going back and forth/fluctuating between 1064Mhz and 665Mhz. CPU-Z also shows latency changing respectively between 15-15-15-35 and 10-10-10-28. Is this at all normal? The notebook is Dell...
  3. damian5000

    SATA I or II detection?

    Okay, but do you think an SSD on SATA II on my system (I mean, because of the older 2009 driver) will provide significant improvement over my HDD? Here are my current scores on CrystalMark. I know there's no guarantee, but what's your opinion?
  4. damian5000

    SATA I or II detection?

    Hmm... I tried to update with Intel's software, but after installing and resetting, my computer is bricked. When rebooting gets stuck at "Starting Windows". Need to reboot and F8 and "Use last known good configuration". Have tried it twice now. Each time updating the driver, the computer is...
  5. damian5000

    SATA I or II detection?

    Okay. Done. Thanks for your time.
  6. damian5000

    SATA I or II detection?

    Thanks for your reply. In drive properties it says 3.0Gb/s @ 1.5Gb/s Under PCI Sata it says Port #0 Gen [email protected] Phy communication not established Port #1 Gen [email protected] Phy communication not established I assume Port #0 is HD and Port #1 is DVD-ROM. But why does it say 3.0Gb/s...
  7. damian5000

    SATA I or II detection?

    I've read an old thread (2012) saying it's not possible to show the rate at which the computer is capable of (SATA I/SATA II), but only what the drive is capable of. In the detailed information, there's nothing but info for the drive. There is however this: SATA 3Gb/s @ 1.5Gb/s. Does that...
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