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Last Post by The New Normal

I've never had to do this personally, but it looks like you'll need to go into the BIOS and set up the RAM yourself.

Set the voltage to 1.8V and then you can set your RAM to the correct speed.

This page here is your ram, and they say that

n order to boot on some motherboards this product is programmed to 667MHz; to run at 800MHz you will need to manually set the speed to 800MHz and voltage to 1.8V in your BIOS

The 667 they talk about is your 333 double pumped. Breath a sigh of relief, it appears your RAM is working fine :)

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