DwightMcCann Posted August 10, 2013 Share Posted August 10, 2013 I just upgraded the BIOS in my ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 running Windows 7 64-bit from 1003 to 1202. When running 1003, I turned on the X.M.P. setting in order to get memory speed of 1600MHz at the suggestion of someone on another forum (it was three years ago and I can't locate it anymore) and all was well. Since the upgrade to BIOS 1202, turning on the X.M.P. causes a BSOD. I am utterly naive about any sort of overclocking or memory speed setting. When the system boots it says the memory is 1033 MHz. Can someone handhold me to get it back up to 1600 MHz? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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