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How do i loosen my timings?

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Heya guys! I'm running,

cas 2.0
ras to cas delay 4 clocks
ras percentage 4 clocks
cycle time (tras) 8 clocks
Bank Cycle Time (Trc) 12 clocks
dram idle timer 16 clocks

Can anyone help me loosten or wat not my timings? i'm aimen for 2.8 and i fall short at 2.7

Thnx guys!
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Turn CAS to 3 and try that, all those other numbers are pretty loose already. You can change them by going into your BIOS and looking for "advanced chipset options" or something similar.
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yea. you ought to run it in dual channel too. double your speed without increasing heat
with 768 it looks like u r'nt
you could also set a memory divider if you like , thats an alternative
i prefer not to though, most of the time you can get clocks higher rather than keeping the cas latency low.
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