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Hi there guys!
I had to change my RAM settings when i was overclocking my cpu, they seem linked.

the picture shows the before/after
i dont know much about these cycles....
i just wanna know how is the best option... the left config or the right config?

thanks
LL
post #2 of 4
The best option is tried. Usually beginners start at 1:1 ratio because it is the easiest, but as time goes on, you play around with the divider to see which is actually the best. You have to test if there actually is an increase in speed with X amount of changes or overclock.
    
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post #3 of 4
The right is better.

Firstly, the timings are smaller, where if the speed is unchanged, equals lower latency.

But, because, the speed has increased, the drop in latency will be even better (but not by much) (higher speed = 1 clock cycle takes less time).
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thanks guys =)
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