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Ram swap

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HP Pavilion (10?)
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

So i recently decided to upgrade my ram stick on my hp laptop, i believe its an hp pavilion 10 (its the realtree xtra model, i didnt know how to check directly), i only have one ram slot, and when i switched it out, my fps in-game dropped by about half. I realize there's no settings to tweak ram speed, but its supposed to be running at 1330MHz, but its only running 1066.2. I used CPU Z to ensure that factor as well. I went from the factory Samsung 4gb ram stick to a DUOMEIQI 8gb (2Rx8 DDR3) SODIMM. My question remains, is there anything in the computer thats preventing it from running the advertized speed, or any settings i can change to better optimize the ram? 

Im no expert on anything to do with computers but i have a mild understanding, any advice will be gratefully considered, thank you.

 

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