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Kingston hyper x, Setting timings and MHz

post #1 of 4
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Hey,

So i just got new ram: Kingston Hyper X DDR2 1066MHz.

I am trying to get the full 1066MHz and the timings it says it has:

http://www.overclock.net/attachment....1&d=1317474268

5-5-5-15 on 2.2V

Only when i change the MHz from auto 800MHz to 1066MHz my timings change allot higher to:

5-5-5-24.

So this may be a stupid question but should i just set the timings manually to 5-5-5-15 on 1066MHz 2.2V without damaging it?

This will be my first time setting timings so i am careful for now

Thanks!
post #2 of 4
yes do just that as long as your using the manufacture specification YOU CAN'T damage your hardware
post #3 of 4
You can set them manually but its not guaranteed to be stable. I dont think it'll damage it, it'll just reform back to old settings if its unstable, one way to find out...do it.
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Thanks guys, i have changed it and it is working very nice!

Never expected to increase my fps,
before i had with black ops only average of 40 fps max 50, and now i have an average of 80 max 91 fps!

My GPU load has even dropped it was before on 80-99% now on 63-90% and more fps.

So ye i'm happy
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