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Problem with ram timings

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For some reason when I use CPU-Z to look at my memory (and I have used blackbox as well and they both say the same), it is telling me that my timings are 33-5-2-12. This stays this way no matter what I go into the bios and set them too. Its also saying I have ddr3 when I have ddr2 800. I have my q6600 overclocked to 3.2 (356 x 9) so the ram is at 712 so its 1:1. Anyone have any idea why its not displaying correctly? Rig is the one in my signature.
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post #2 of 7
Obviously theres a bug recognizing your memories lol. Have you tried another program instead of CPU-Z?
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Yeah.. I tried another called blackbox and it gave the same timings and thought it was ddr3.
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Wierd. what are your timings actually set to in the BIOS?
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Wierd. what are your timings actually set to in the BIOS?
At the moment I set them back to auto. I tried 5-5-5-15 and it gave 33-6-6-15 and with 4-4-4-12 it gave 33-5-2-12 I believe.
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Well.. Sounds like a bad bug. I dont know what to do about it really but as long as your RAM works alright at the timing you set, I wouldn't be worried at all.
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Yeah, guess if its not broke I won't fix it.
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