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how do i go by doing that in bios? ck my spec should i have it in t1 or t2?
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Look for the more advanced DDR section, then increase the timings.

You should be running your RAM at 1t if that's what you mean.
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post #3 of 17
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increase the timings to what? sorry ---->noob keithrh12
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Also I think there's also an option that says something along the lines of "Enable Automatic Timing - Enabled" or something like that.

You need to disable it and then a whole bunch of additional options for RAM timings will show up.

If you want to oc high, then you should loosen the timings by one ticks and see how that goes.

Better yet, don't loose from the get-go, and oc to the max. Then loosen to see how much higher you can go.
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it says
latency 2.5
active time 8t
precharge 2t
cas delay4t
post #6 of 17
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you mean lower it some? cpu-z say

2.5 latency
ras -cas 3
ras pre 3
cycle time 3
bank cycle 8
command rate 1T
dram idler timer 16 clocks
post #7 of 17
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will this help in 3dmark06 scores, and lower temps on cpu?
post #8 of 17
When "loosening" RAM timings, you'd make the numbers higher. Sorry for the misunderstanding.

i.e. from 3-3-3-8 to 4-4-4-8 (or is the next step 8 to 12?)

It won't lower temps. Lowering temps is solely up to the cooling and how much you overclock.

Just keep the RAM:FSB ratio at 1:1, and you'll be fine.

You should run 3DMark @ diff. settings and see which seems to improve your score.
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post #9 of 17
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how do you make the ratio 1:1?
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so what do each of those number mean as far as in bios 3-3-3-8?
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