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Just leave it at 1600 its fine

Thanks alot.

For info only what all these abbreviations mean for memory timing and is it tbetter to use the detected values ?
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Thanks alot.
For info only what all these abbreviations mean for memory timing and is it tbetter to use the detected values ?

http://www.overclock.net/t/9981/ram-timing-explained

If you don't want to mess with timings leave them at auto. No harm done. Do make sure that your ram voltage isn't auto adjusted to something over the stock voltage.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/9981/ram-timing-explained
If you don't want to mess with timings leave them at auto. No harm done. Do make sure that your ram voltage isn't auto adjusted to something over the stock voltage.

This. As long as you're using the recommended voltage for that set then you shouldn't see problems if there is airflow in the case at all. Just remember that the timings are really going to have almost no effect on the temps. It's the voltage that increases that the most. If those are 1.5 or 1.65v units, make sure to manually set that as the ram voltage in bios if it doesn't happen automatically.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/9981/ram-timing-explained
If you don't want to mess with timings leave them at auto. No harm done. Do make sure that your ram voltage isn't auto adjusted to something over the stock voltage.

Thanks alot I bookmarked that reference
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This. As long as you're using the recommended voltage for that set then you shouldn't see problems if there is airflow in the case at all. Just remember that the timings are really going to have almost no effect on the temps. It's the voltage that increases that the most. If those are 1.5 or 1.65v units, make sure to manually set that as the ram voltage in bios if it doesn't happen automatically.

yes I found the voltage is 1.664v thanks alot
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