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any way to change ram control rate from 2t to 1t on an asus p5q deluxe? currently mine is on 2t, and is there any performance increase in doing so?
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post #2 of 5
I have read there is a 5% or so in benchmarks. In the real world there isn't much of a difference. You change the command rate the same way you change other ram settings.
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hhhmm i dont believe i have that option in my bios? these are my settings:

cas#latency - 5
dram ras# to cas# delay - 5
dram ras# precharge - 5
dram ras# activate to precharge time - 15
ras# to ras# delay - auto
row refresh cycle time - auto
write recovery time - auto
read to precharge time - auto
dram static read controller - disabled
dram read training - disabled
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post #4 of 5
As far as I know P5Q Deluxe doesn't have Command Rate option in BIOS..

Yeah in real life you wouldn't notice it anyway..

And it's up the memory too if it's capable of running @ T1 Command Rate not only motherboards..

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post #5 of 5
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is it worth changing any of those options to make my ram more efficient?
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