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I have asus bios and in my bios it does not allow me to change my timings, only my RAM's frequency (limited to 3 frequencies). I've been using RightMark Memory Analyzer v3.6 to change my timings, but the program does not lock the timings. Everytime you restart, they go back to the old timings. Is there a program that can lock RAM timings and frequencies?

Hmm. I can lock the timings by starting up timings.exe. Would chaning the timings everytime you restart your computer hurt the RAM?
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I wouldn't think changing the timing every time the pc booted would be any worse for the ram then setting them in the bios to run all the time. I'd say your safe to have it as part of your windows boot up.
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You should be able to change the timings directly in the BIOS. I believe the option is under the chipset menu. The default should be "Timings by SPD". If you change that to manual, it should make the individual timings available. Be sure to hit F10 and Y to save after changing the settings. Make sure your CMOS battery is seated correctly to ensure that there is power to save your BIOS settings.
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