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DFI Expter and RAM timings.

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I don't really know much about ram and timings. I am currently in the process of overclocking and am a bit lost. I attached a screenshot of my most stable OC at the moment. (I have not tweaked it yet). Now I went into BIOS and there are so MANY options under the memory tab. I don't understand half of them. I wonder if someone could help me out on what to set them at. I have this ram = http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231032 . I think that this would be pretty good overclocking RAM.
Well here is what my BIOS says under the Memory TAB.

Dram Frequency Set (Mhz) 166 5/6
Command Per Clock (CPC) Auto
CAS Latency Contgrol (Tcl) Auto
RAS# to CAS# delay (Trcd) Auto
Min RAS# active time (Tras) Auto
Row precharge time (Trp) Auto
Row cycle time (Trc) 07 Bus Clock
Row refresh cyc time (Trfc) Auto
Row to Row delay (Trrd) 02 Bus Clock
Write Recovery time (Twr) 03 Bus Clock
Write to Read delay (Twtr) 02 Bus Clock
Read to Write delay (Trwt) 03 Bus Clock
Refresh period (Tref) Auto
Odd Divisor Correct Disable
DRAM Bank Interleave Enable
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DQS Skew Control Auto
DQS Skew Value 0
DRAM Drive Strength Auto
DRAM Data Drive Strength Auto
Max Async Latency Auto
DRAM Response time Fast
Read Preamble time Auto
Idle Cycle limit 256 cycle
Dynamic Counter Disable
R/W Queue Bypass 16 X
Bypass Max 07 X
32 Byte Granulatrity Disable 4 burst

That's about all there is. Now I don't know most of these. Does anyone know a good setting someone who has the same board and ram would be perfect. I am lost and don't want to mess with stuff I don't know about.
LL
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bump sorry for bumping this so fast :anxious face:
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Currently your running a devider slower than your processors HTT which isn't a good thing. You want a mixture of memory bus speed and timings. Your memory is good stuff for 2GB, and I would expect it to reach 250-270+ with ease. Give it around 2.9-3v of vDimm, and loosen up the memory timings (bigger numbers). Then find your sticks max bus speed potential by dropping your processors mulit. Once you find your max, set your memory devider according to that. Your sticks should hit 250 with ~2.9v @ 2.5-3-3-x or 2.5-4-4-x. Play with your settings a little and see what happens.
    
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200GB SATA 5400RPM 8x DVD±RW Burner XP Home SP2 17" LCD (1920x1200) + 20.1" Samsung Widescreen 
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Alright so I tweaker a little bit here and there. and this is so far the most (stable ) well at least being able to do things in windows. overclock that I have archieved. now what can I do to make this Overclock higher and better I guess. Picture attached.
LL
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Well I have played around a bit more and here is what I have gotten so far. Let me know what you think.
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