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Hello i realize that this question may already be asked but what is the best configuration for DDR3 in games not for others applications but just for games ?

And can we talk about this timings other than you know "9-9-9-24" those who affect performance of course. Thanks and don't beat me for my english biggrin.gif

For example what do you think about this settings at 1932Mhz :



Edited by NewChaos - 4/29/13 at 6:33am
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Memory configuration is largely irrelevant in many modern games, but it will make a small difference in some games depending on your setup.

Here is a recently released article that may be of your interest --> http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/memory-bandwidth-latency-gaming,3409.html .

If you want to know if those setting will effect your gaming performance, I must ask you..."for what game at what settings?".
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Hi crimsontears809739 i have read the article and i have to admit that the results are pretty much the same but it seems the memory have an impact on reactivity because when i tight the timings the computer seems to respond faster.

To respond to your question i mainly play FPS. In the "secondary" timings it seems that Trc is one that seems to have a real impact in performance.
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