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DRAM Timings , which is faster ?

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Hello guys.
My stock timings were 9-9-9-24.
I tightened them a bit and new one is 7-8-7-18.
I read an article that says the last number should be the 7+8+7=22.
But I set it to 18 , and all is stable so far.
What do you think ?
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post #2 of 8
Well if it is stable, keep it at 18.
Minor timings mean less access time, so don't change it to an higher value unless you meet some instability troubles.
post #3 of 8
keep it at 18 i'd say

even at stock it's not 9+9+9=27

where did you read the article? put up a link, i'd be interested to have a read actually
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sorry OP for going off topic here, but do you mind telling me what temps you getting for the 4ghz oc with your frio? i just replaced my frio with the h80 hoping to get a decent temp drop, but saddly there isn't much in it between the two....
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thanks for the link
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Dude Im idling at 43-38C. Load temps are 75 C with Prime.
All power saving options are on.
PS: Summer time here , 30 C outside...
Im considering to reseat it though. I dont know how store dude seated it.
But Thermaltake Frio is what I saw from tests is nearly same with NH D14. Maybe 2-3 C's difference.
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Do you think I will see any difference between 9-9-9-24 vs 7-8-7-18 ?
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