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Okay, so basically I have a 1GB stick of Kingston HyperX DDR400 PC3200 but I don't have any options to change timings within the BIOS due to my cheap motherboard (ECS RS482-M). If I just things by by themselves, my timing shows up as 2-4-2-8 opposed to what it's supposed to be at, 2-3-2-6.

So I bumped the voltage up to 2.7 (the max for my motherboard) and ran a divider (the only other option in my BIOS). Now I'm playing with my timings using A64 Tweaker and the lowest timing I can get stable is 2-3-0-0 with 1T command rate.

I'm wondering if this is normal because I've never seen anyone with 0's in their timings.

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Timings w/ 0's in them are possible however I think your BIOS needs to be updated, that's probably why it isn't showing correctly.
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I have always been using the latest BIOS update, but thanks for the really late reply
    
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LMAO At least it was found and anyways isn't hyperx memory pc4000???

~~edit~~ I guess it's several levels my bad
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