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I bought Corsair Dominator Pc8500 1066mhz memory and i dont know how to set my memory to the highest performance on a XFX 8200 motherboard. It reads 371 mhz DDR Freq. on CPU-Z program. I dont know, but the BIOS on this motherboard is really not user friendly.

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