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i dont think turning it on or off will make huge improvements, i have tried it before. it has to be memory timings because the lag i get is the sort i got when i was on 256mb (obviously not as extreme) but it still effects my gameplay pretty bad
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post #52 of 82
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my memory timings are at 2.5-3-3-7 and 2.0-3-3-6 at 166ghz. How can i set a 1:1 ratio? on my 3.0GHz pentium 4?
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200mhz will be the stock clocks. 2.5-3-3-7 isn't bad, and is not causing your lag.
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my stock clock is 166MHz. altho i brought both ram sticks at same time. why are the timings different to each other?
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Just because you bought them at the same time doesn't mean they came from the same batch, especially if they are generic RAM
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my stock clock is 166MHz. altho i brought both ram sticks at same time. why are the timings different to each other?
I didn't know you could run two sticks of RAM in your computer at different timings. Try setting both of them to 2.5-3-3-7 at 200mhz.
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post #57 of 82
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could you explain how? memory is probably the topic i am worsed at so bare that in mind.
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could you explain how? memory is probably the topic i am worsed at so bare that in mind.
You should have a setting your BIOS called "DRAM Settings" or something similar. Go in there and find the CAS latency timing, and then the three settings that are below it, change to 3, 3, 7. Some BIOSes are different then others, if the three numbers below the CAS settings are something high like 15, don't try to lower them.

I have to take a shower now, but later tonight I'll come back with the actual names for the other timings, basically it's like row charge, row read and row-com read.
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post #59 of 82
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all my setttings are switched on to auto in BIOS, i will try and change the timings later it looks quite a task lol.
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here are some screenshots of call of duty united offensive with evidence of my problem. i get 60fps on its without explosions however i also get as little as 27fps as you can see.





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