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The red box contains the DDR3-1600 timings for my system. When you run CPU-z on your PC your values will be different.

You will find the corresponding values in your BIOS and set them to what the CPU-z SPD screen shows and set memory speed to 1066(1600 on your OC).

The only problem is that CPU-Z does not show all of the timing data for your ram, there are other programs that can do that, but I cant remember them off the top of my head at the moment. I know there are 10-20 timing values in many "overclocking" motherboards BIOS menus.

You can see from my screenshot the difference in timings from 1200-1600. That much difference can make things unstable.
Edited by KarathKasun - 6/18/16 at 11:54pm
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AIDA64 will show the sub-timings for the RAM sticks you have installed, as well as a bunch of other useful info. A rather useful program, if you ask me. thumb.gif
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AIDA64 will show the sub-timings for the RAM sticks you have installed, as well as a bunch of other useful info. A rather useful program, if you ask me. thumb.gif

Yep thats one of them. There is a RAM specific tool that shows EVERYTHING on the SPD flash chip. Granted its more of an advanced tweakers tool.
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Whats the memory tab for in cpu-z?
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It shows current memory speed and timings.
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Yep thats one of them. There is a RAM specific tool that shows EVERYTHING on the SPD flash chip. Granted its more of an advanced tweakers tool.

Hmmm....I don't believe I've come across the program you're describing....If you happen to remember the name of it, please, post it.
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Hmmm....I don't believe I've come across the program you're describing....If you happen to remember the name of it, please, post it.

Found it. Passmark RAM-Mon.

http://www.passmark.com/products/rammon.htm
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ttyy21, you might want to check out that RAMMon program, that should give you more of the timings for your RAM. thumb.gif
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Found it. Passmark RAM-Mon.

http://www.passmark.com/products/rammon.htm

I did see that one when I was doing some searching, after you mentioned there being a more advanced program. biggrin.gif
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