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Yes I know that tRD has the biggest effect on the resultat and that is the point, I was pointing out that what OZCeed suggesting was not good if you want to push for performance and that´s what I think tmaz42o is after.

And which tRD you get is a combination between FSB, ramspeed and timing and you want the lowest possibly tRD with the highest possibly ramspeed.

No matter how you look at it you loose with 1 : 1 with Intel chipset.




Why would you run high tRD and high speed?

Give me an example when low MHz and tight timing beats high Mhz and loose timing between FSB 266 - 500+, ramspeed 800 - 1200+ and withvlowest possible tRD (Performance Level).


At that difference there isnt one, but WHen I run 1:1 with 4-3-3-10 as uppose to 890mhz 5-5-5-15 I see a perforamnce increase in folding but thats about it.
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@op have you tried slackening the timings a bit on your tracers to get them above 9xx?
Well, the most I've loosened it is 5-5-5-15, should I loosen it some more?

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I really doubt that your Tracers are holding you back. It's most likely that DS4 board. DDR2-1066 sticks will get you to 533FSB if your board can handle it.
I'm sure DDR2-1066 can, but I have DDR2-800.

So I guess DDR2-1200 is the way to go if I want to go with 5:6 FSBRAM ratio right?
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Well I bought the Mushkin Redline ddr2 1000. I'm running it at 1066 right now and I'm sure I could get it higher if desired. I havn't had any issues with it.
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