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Help adjusting RAM timings, Kingston HyperX 2000mhz

post #1 of 13
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Trying to adjust RAM timings but cant find anything to change it in the BIOS.
890-fxa-ud5 with kingston 2000mhz 9-11-9-27 running at 225*8 (1800).
I cant find where it is in the BIOS, once i find it what should i aim for?
post #2 of 13
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Found it, currently running at 1800 9-9-9-27, any ideas on what would be the fastest/what speeds i can run? e.g. 1600 7-7-7 or 1333 5-5-5 idk i have never overclocked RAM before...
post #3 of 13
Rated timings of course, but lower if possible. 1600 CAS6-7 will equal or outperform both 1800 9-9-9 and 2000 9-11-9 while being easier to stabilize.
post #4 of 13
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Found it, currently running at 1800 9-9-9-27, any ideas on what would be the fastest/what speeds i can run? e.g. 1600 7-7-7 or 1333 5-5-5 idk i have never overclocked RAM before...
To achieve better performance on AMD rigs, I would overclock the North Bridge, I think Tighter timings are more beneficial compared to Higher Frequencies on AMD rigs. Just my 2 cents.

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Ok thanks guys +rep, 1800 9-9-9 was a synch to get, just typed it in and havent had any problems yet. if i could get 1800 7-8-7 or 8-8-8 would it be better than 1600 cas 6/7, or should i go for cas 6/7 and see what the lowest timings i can get.
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I would shoot for 1800 8-8-8 first and if it is stable then go for 1800 7-8-7. But if it is not stable at 1800 8-8-8 or 7-8-7 then I shoot for 1600 7-8-7.
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post #7 of 13
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Ok thanks.
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post #9 of 13
1800 7-8-7 is about equal or slightly better than 1600 at CAS6.
post #10 of 13
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Ill try for that then, doubt ill get it haha. Also look at my CPU post... Im running 3.6ghz without a voltage increase?
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