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KHX1600C9D3 timings on a Asus M4a79xtd-evo

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Can someone tell me if my timings are set correctly and if not how to go about getting them there? Also why is it my memory says on the sticker on the side KHX16c9b1rk2/8x as well as the package but cpu-z and amd overdrive say different?
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Because the software is showing the model number of the individual stick.

 

Anyway, why not just go into your BIOS and set your memory up?

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That's just it, I do not know what to set up that's a good stable starting point. I really do not not what I doing when it comes to memory timings. I have been trying everything to narrow down the culprit of random boots and shutting down. If someone can advise what to set the settings at. I might even be barking up the wrong tree as far as what is causing the problem. Just ran a GPU stress test and only saw tempature get to 45 and it all of a sudden shut down. I just do not have money to replace what isn't broken so I am trying to narrow it all down.
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That's just it, I do not know what to set up that's a good stable starting point. I really do not not what I doing when it comes to memory timings. I have been trying everything to narrow down the culprit of random boots and shutting down. If someone can advise what to set the settings at. I might even be barking up the wrong tree as far as what is causing the problem. Just ran a GPU stress test and only saw tempature get to 45 and it all of a sudden shut down. I just do not have money to replace what isn't broken so I am trying to narrow it all down.

 

Set the timings and the clock speed and the voltage to the stock values printed on the stickers that are on the memory modules, or what's printed on the package that they came in . Or, open CPU-Z and go by what you see in this column when you open CPU-Z:

 

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