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Here is my exact RAM.


http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231314


Stock when I reset all defaults in BIOS is 11-11-11-28 1N

I know this is sped up so I want to set everything back to default and just stock STOCK STOCK! Every setting! I don't know anything about RAM, so what should I change and to what numbers?

Is it: 9-9-9-24 2N?

EDIT: Getting a pic of my DRAM in BIOS now brb!
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I recommend using what you find in your copy of CPU-Z right here (but this is mine):




Copy all of the settings you find in yours and it should be good.
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I recommend using what you find in your copy of CPU-Z right here (but this is mine):




Copy all of the settings you find in yours and it should be good.
Here are all the pics. I got pics of everything just to make sure its all right!






Do I need to change anything at the bottom where its all on Auto? Do I need to mess with anything in the BIOS?
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Wow, everything looks excellent. As far as adjusting anything else for the memory is concerned, I would say there is nothing else to change right now!
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Wow, everything looks excellent. As far as adjusting anything else for the memory is concerned, I would say there is nothing else to change right now!
I looked at the pictured closely and the part of CPU-z u told me to copy says 25 on the tRAS, mine is set to 24. Should I set it to 25? I've never seen 25... Always 24. Hm.?

Why also it says 2N in BIOS but 2T in CPU-z?
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I looked at the pictured closely and the part of CPU-z u told me to copy says 25 on the tRAS, mine is set to 24. Should I set it to 25? I've never seen 25... Always 24. Hm.?
24 and 25 in this case is actually almost no different, so leaving it at 24 is good.


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Why also it says 2N in BIOS but 2T in CPU-z?
My UEFI doesn't say "T" or "N", so I think that this "N" might be a Sandy Bridge thing were "T" might be a previous-generation thing.
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