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need someone to help me understand the following
dram clock ......by spd<current setting
100mhz
133
166
200
dram timing manual
auto
turbo
hyper
also not very sure about sdram latency ,bank interleave, precharge to active, active to precharge, active to cmd, ref to act/act to ref, act 0 to act 1, and dram command rate

comp specs are out of date i now have a matching pair of ddram 500mg excelcior ram sticks(cheapos)

thanks in advance
My System
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Pentium 4 Microstar MS 7071 radeon 9700 with iceberq4 01.00 gig of excelsior 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
140 gig western digital windows xp sp2 philips 17' lcd monitor logitech office pro 
PowerCaseMouse
300 watt standard cool midi wireless optical 
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My System
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Pentium 4 Microstar MS 7071 radeon 9700 with iceberq4 01.00 gig of excelsior 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
140 gig western digital windows xp sp2 philips 17' lcd monitor logitech office pro 
PowerCaseMouse
300 watt standard cool midi wireless optical 
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Take a look at this and this.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
pentium d 840 3.2 ghz p5nd2 sli deluxe 2x 7800gt's in sli corsair valueselect 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
139.49gb raid0 and 2 500GB and a 250GB external windows xp Home 32 in lcd, 19 in lcd, 19 in crt Logitech g15 
PowerCaseMouse
610 watt silverstone alienware =) logitech G5 gaming mouse 
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blackbox of boom
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
pentium d 840 3.2 ghz p5nd2 sli deluxe 2x 7800gt's in sli corsair valueselect 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
139.49gb raid0 and 2 500GB and a 250GB external windows xp Home 32 in lcd, 19 in lcd, 19 in crt Logitech g15 
PowerCaseMouse
610 watt silverstone alienware =) logitech G5 gaming mouse 
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