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Quick Question About Timings

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I'm running the RAM in my sig. I just want to make sure it is running optimally. Right now, since my MB only supports DDRII up to 666, my RAM is running at 586MHz(my CPU is overclocked so if I set the RAM to 666 it won't boot because the RAM OCs with the CPU making it's frequency higher then the supported 666) and the timings are 4*4*4*10 at a 3:4 divider. Just wondering if this was decent for this RAM. Could I make my timings even tigher? If so, what timings should I try.
Thanks
Gibby
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Try something like 4-4-3-7 or lower of the 2 last. The 2 last ones are what influences stability least.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gonX View Post
Try something like 4-4-3-7 or lower of the 2 last. The 2 last ones are what influences stability least.
Thanks, I'll give it a try.
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Alright, I have on last question. My BIOS has more than just 4 timings settings, I tried changing the ones I thought was it and the computer wouldn't boot so I had to set it back to AUTO. What are the actual titles of the timings I need to change. (IE: Active to pretrip, active to active, so on.)
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