Hi Fasadglas, it would be nicer if you provide more details about ur pc, what Bios/cpu do you use?
Anyway, Im assuming that you don't overclock and your PC is running at stock speed. ur memory speed now is 1066Mhz, you can check in AIDA Menu :Motherboard --> Motherboard : and look for Effective clock.
(This is ur memory speed)DDR technology allows the memory to process twice per clock cycle. real clock x 2 = 533Mhz x 2 = 1066Mhz here is how memory speed is calculated in SR2 Bios:
Memory Speed = bclock(CPU frequency setting) x System Memory Multiplier (Memory frequency)
Memory Multiplier or Memory frequency as in SR2 Bios is quite tricky and not direct:
800Mhz = x6
1066Mhz = x8
1333Mhz = x10
In ur case at stock speed:bclock(133Mhz) X System Memory Multiplier (x8) = 1064Mhz (shows 1066Mhz)
If you are not going to overclock, the maximum memory speed you can achieve is 1333Mhz by changing the memory Multiplier (Memory frequency) in the bios to x10. Overclocking Guides : 3 Step Overclocking Guide (Read & understand this one first) SR2 OC BIOS Template
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