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Having trouble with memory timings

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I just got some new corsair xms ram, with 2-3-3-6 timings on them. Only problem is that I need to manually set the timings in the bios,

Could someone please let me know which number in that pattern represents what so I can punch in the numbers in my bios?

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Does this help?

also, heres the RAM http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145574
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post #2 of 6
If you want 2-3-3-6 Timings, you need to set it in the BIOS to the following:

CAS Latency (CL) to 2
(tRCD) to 3
(tRP) to 3
(tRAS) to 6
    
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I changed them, and it worked out fine !

One more quick question, I have something in my options called HT multiplyer, and it's set to "auto" and gives me 5 other options, 1x,2x,3x,4x,5x. What is this multiplying and when I overclock will I need to change it? I'm still trying to fully understand overclocking. Any tips would help
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post #4 of 6
Change The Multiplier To 3x And Then Look For The Cpu Ratio Change That To X10,,,,,, Start Raising Your Fsb..which Should Be Around 200 220 I DON'T Remember For That Cpu...

Now The Concept Is This ..

200 Fsb X The Cpu Ratio 10 Equalls 200=2.0ghz
250 Fsb X The Cpu Ratio 10 Equalls 250=2.5ghz

The X3 Was Set So That You Can Overclock Higher Without Stressing Your Other Components Out..it Is Sort Of A Balance...

Hope This Helps
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post #5 of 6
wowza gave you what you needed. If you like you can familiarize yourself with their relevancey here:

http://articles.networktechs.com/printer-1.html

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HT Multi should be set to 4x for 250mhz and under, 3x if you go above that.
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