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Hi

I recently (2 days ago ) got my new computer. I went in to cpu-z and in the memory tab, all the boxes are grey with nothing in them except for one saying size; 2048 MBytes. In the SPD tab it has everything, but in the command rate it says 2T, and am i right in thinking that it should be 1T? I have a P35 DS3R and am wondering where to go in the bios to change this
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nah, DDR2 has looser timings, so 2T is allright...DDR1 is 1T timings
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I think it should be 1T, I'm positive. I used to have a Gigabyte motherboard, and you had to press F1 I think to display advanced settings, then you would find the timings and stuff, but I don't remember if it's F1 that you have to press or something else.
I had 1T on my RAM until I OCed it.
    
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I think it should be 1T, I'm positive. I used to have a Gigabyte motherboard, and you had to press F1 I think to display advanced settings, then you would find the timings and stuff, but I don't remember if it's F1 that you have to press or something else.
I had 1T on my RAM until I OCed it.
was that with DDR or DDR2?
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Ok i went in to bios, went in to M.I.T (motherboard intelligent tweaker ) after i had pressed Ctrl + F1 i found thing saying SPD memory multiplier, but the only options it has are:
Auto
2.5
3
3.5
Etc

and under the cas latency it still says 5-5-5-15 even though in cpu-z it says that it is 4-4-3-5
I'm more confused
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