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I'm running linked & synched 3200mhz with my PC6400 @ 800mhz. Looking to push further but I want to work on my ram timings a bit. I have taken them off optimal and just set them manual to the same settings. Anyone have an idea where I should start?
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Don't touch timings till you've settled on a CPU overclock you want.
Always get the CPU downpat first; then work on RAM.

Try (& test for stability along the way with Memtest86+/HCI Memtest):
5-5-4
5-4-4
4-4-4
4-4-3
Etc.
Actually i'd try getting 1T working first, then those primary timings.
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What I did was try tightening timings to a reason level and see if the computer boot. Then, I ran memtest to see if i got any errors. Right now I'm trying to tighten all my other timings, taking it one at a time, so it might take awhile.

By the way, how do you run 1T? I can't even POST if I try to run it. Could it have anything to do with having 4 GB of ram?
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Originally Posted by -n7- View Post
Don't touch timings till you've settled on a CPU overclock you want.
Always get the CPU downpat first; then work on RAM.

Try (& test for stability along the way with Memtest86+/HCI Memtest):
5-5-4
5-4-4
4-4-4
4-4-3
Etc.
Actually i'd try getting 1T working first, then those primary timings.
makes sense! thanks for the reply.
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What I did was try tightening timings to a reason level and see if the computer boot. Then, I ran memtest to see if i got any errors. Right now I'm trying to tighten all my other timings, taking it one at a time, so it might take awhile.

By the way, how do you run 1T? I can't even POST if I try to run it. Could it have anything to do with having 4 GB of ram?
Very few people can get it to run at 1T. If it seems like you can't, there's no point in spending your time on trying for it.
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What I did was try tightening timings to a reason level and see if the computer boot. Then, I ran memtest to see if i got any errors. Right now I'm trying to tighten all my other timings, taking it one at a time, so it might take awhile.

By the way, how do you run 1T? I can't even POST if I try to run it. Could it have anything to do with having 4 GB of ram?
Well, 1T (1N Intel call it) on your board and what -n7- wrote about is not the same, you have Intel chipset and -n7- mean Nvidia chipset, two different things.

And then go for 1T at memspeed 1200 as your memory run are impossible, the limit goes around 950 - 1000.
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