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My ram is ddr800mhz but it runs 400mhz

Both are 1 gig

and my T-utilty shows them running 400mhz

So plz help me

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    Is this Prebuilt or white box? Company of the RAM? Maker and Model?(mobo, or complete computer)

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Too much malware or junk running in the background. Clean things up and run a good registry cleaner. You will be running at close to top speed after this. You will never hit top speed. There are some things that must use some resources for your computer to work. You might want to increase your RAM too.
Go to belarc.com and download & run the program. It will show you exactly what is in your computer and how it's functioning.

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