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tighten= lower timings
loosen= higher timings

if you cant do it in bios, get -rightmark memory analyzer- (google it or something) and it has an option to change timings. it has multiple stability tests and tells you info about your cpu or double check on memory timings, check if its Dual channel, etc.


if any of this is wrong, blame my programmer
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hrm, never heard of them. what do they come w/ on stock timings?
Sorry its actually Kingston ram
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http://img216.imageshack.us/img216/5096/memory23ch9.png

How do these timings look? Are they good?
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2-3-2-7 is defintely better than what you were running. is it kingston hyperx or just kingston valueram?

try finding your command timings that will say 1t/2t. change it to 1t and it'll give you a bit better performance. other than that, decent timings for kingston.
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2-3-2-7 is defintely better than what you were running. is it kingston hyperx or just kingston valueram?

try finding your command timings that will say 1t/2t. change it to 1t and it'll give you a bit better performance. other than that, decent timings for kingston.
Actually it's (2.5-3-2-7). Wouldn't that (the 1t/2t thing) cause system instability?
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Actually it's (2.5-3-2-7). Wouldn't that (the 1t/2t thing) cause system instability?
it shouldn't cause stability as long as your running your HTT below like 250-270ish. once you start putting the overclock hammer to it then you have to switch it to 2t to make it more stable. but as long as your FSB = 220ish to 250ish you can run 1t and it should be fine.
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