CPU-Z says this:
DDR3 4096 MBytes PC3-10700 (667 MHz)
I am supposed to have PC3-10600 1333MHz.
What am I not understanding?
Or, is my RAM only half of what the label and seller claims it to be?
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You do indeed have PC3-10600. CPU-Z shows only the half of it because DDR RAM like the names says - Double Data Rate - can transfer twice as much data on one I/O bus clock, than the actual IO frequency which CPUZ shows.
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