Originally Posted by Philliesfan
Ok, that confused me a little more, but I did manage to get I should just leave them, I'll have to look into more how memory works, what timings do, and what command rate is.
What do you mean by "I also like using 1T because it's like a little throwback for me to my EVGA 680i SLI"
The nForce boards like the 680i, 750i, and 780i enjoyed better general performance when memory was installed that could do 1T instead of 2T. I was lucky that I happened to find memory on Newegg that had loads of reviews from everyone raving that it was easy to get them to do 1T on their nForce boards, so I bought them, installed them, tried 2T for a while to get used to it, and then I put it to 1T. When I switched, I noticed a difference right away.
When I put together the system I have now, I saw that 1T was possible thanks to the Timings Table in CPU-Z's SPD tab, so I thought that it would be cool to set it as a way to pay a little tribute to my old system. :) I don't feel any difference in performance between 9-10-9-28-2T and 9-11-9-29-1T, but I don't mind because I like the numbers and I like using 1T for that nostalgia. I mean, there's 9-11-9, and then there's 29. With 29, I take the numbers in 29 (2 and 9), add them together, and get 11 (2+9). hehe So, 9-11-9-"11". Yeah, I'm an oddball.
So yeah, I would leave it.