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post #21 of 25
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I obviously don't know the terminology to describe my situation but:

I'm at 8-8-9-24, I want to know if i leave the ram on default or enable XMP

when I enable xmp the timings on the rest of the memory are higher but it seems it performs a bit faster on IntelBurnTest?

I'll take some screenshots the next time i reboot and post, if anyone knows what im talking about please let me know.

I'm not sure if I need to enable XMP or disable it, I only enabled seeing as I would hit 97.x gflops vs 96.x gflops
post #22 of 25
Leave them at the XML settings then, what speed are you at now
post #23 of 25
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Originally Posted by richie_2010 View Post

Leave them at the XML settings then, what speed are you at now

8-8-9-24 @ 1866MHz
did memtest86 on about 99% of ram and 0 errors up untill 120% so i just stopped it

couldnt boot in 8-8-8-24 and couldnt boot in 7-8-9-24


i remember http://i42.tinypic.com/34ig3s6.jpg things like tREFI was at 5000ish on standard and with XMP was like 6200 ish, same with rest, had higher values and to me im a noob at knowing how each functions with one another smile.gif
Edited by MegaHertz - 3/10/13 at 1:24pm
post #24 of 25
Use super pi in windows to test between the xmp n auto speeds.
Ive jusr got 7 8 9 18 to boot n memtesting had use 1.675v on memory
post #25 of 25
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Originally Posted by richie_2010 View Post

Use super pi in windows to test between the xmp n auto speeds.
Ive jusr got 7 8 9 18 to boot n memtesting had use 1.675v on memory



1st one is XMP 2nd one is Default


what should i do with super pi and how so? im not sure how to read or use this programs stats
Edited by MegaHertz - 3/12/13 at 1:26pm
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