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CMX1024-3200 is the memory in my system. In CPU-Z the readings show information about Correction, registered, buffered and epp. Can anyone explain these readings to me please? Are they important?
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post #2 of 14
That particular information isn't all that important, its the size and speed/timings of the memory that is. Most ddr 184pin ram for desktops are non-ECC/unregistered. By reading your CMX- I'm guessing its Corsair and I can tell you 1024 is the size in mb's (1gb), 3200 is ddr400.

The lower the timing values are the better, an example, 2-2-2-5 1t is faster than say 2.5-3-3-6 2t.
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Ok thankyou I checked other peoples readings and noticed it was the same, so thought it was ok I was just curioues what they ment. I am a little confused about the CMX part. I have done searchs on google and it seems in America you cant get this product its just the XMS (Could be easily wrong but couldnt find any). Yet in England its possible to get the XMS and a few places do the CMX.

http://computing.abcaz.co.uk/5_17753...specifications

That link is the ram I have although my timings are 3.0, 3, 3, 8 at normal settings.The link says (200 MHz at 3-4-4-8). 2 questions. Does anyone know the difference between the XMS and this CMX product. Second what would be good timings for this memory?
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Ok I think I take that claim back about US not having the CMX. The ones I saw just had a black not silver heatspreaders or whatever they are called. My mistake.
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Ahh just been given a link to a nice site.

http://www.webopedia.com/Hardware/Memory/
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Just a hint ..Dont ever get ECC RAM if you game as that Ram is Error checking ram so it will scan stored data in the RAM for errors thus taking longer to transfer and such...Not good for gaming...Good for servers though.
post #7 of 14
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Short for Error-Correcting Code memory, a type of memory that includes special circuitry for testing the accuracy of data as it passes in and out of memory.

Got that from the forum I was given But thanks for the reply, my brain is swelling with info, I cant keep up with all this new stuff. I'll get there though.
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post #8 of 14
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Originally Posted by Mr_Tim View Post
Short for Error-Correcting Code memory, a type of memory that includes special circuitry for testing the accuracy of data as it passes in and out of memory.

Got that from the forum I was given But thanks for the reply, my brain is swelling with info, I cant keep up with all this new stuff. I'll get there though.
Take a nap and let your BRAIN PROCESS your new knowledge.
post #9 of 14
Quote:
Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE1701 View Post
Just a hint ..Dont ever get ECC RAM if you game as that Ram is Error checking ram so it will scan stored data in the RAM for errors thus taking longer to transfer and such...Not good for gaming...Good for servers though.

I've seen people saying this a couple of times, but it's doing ECC after it's stored, so between the few # of updates, it checks it.
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post #10 of 14
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If only my brain had ECC.
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