Originally Posted by Hiikeri
You understand it on wrong way. Bios cant fix it becouse thats not an bios issue.
Single side memory modules (example most of 8Gb modules, so 2x of those, 2x8Gb = 16Gb RAM) are the only one that can handle 1T -setting.
Double side memory modules (16Gb memory modules= 2x16Gb = 32Gb) are meand for 2T settings.
If someone can drive 16Gb modules @1T setting, then he have an PRO Motherboard and special CPU(=MemoryController) and they can handle 1T.
Are you sure about this?
I have double sided SODIMM's (laptop memory) and they run 1T just fine.
DRAM Command Mode: Also known as Command Rate. Specifies the number of DRAM clock cycles that elapse between issuing commands to the DIMMs after a chip select. The impact of Command Rate on performance can vary. For example, if most of the data requested by the CPU is in the same row, the impact of Command Rate becomes negligible. If however the banks in a rank have no open pages, and multiple banks need to be opened on that rank or across ranks, the impact of Command Rate increases.
Most DRAM module densities will operate fine with a 1N Command Rate. Memory modules containing older DRAM IC types may however need a 2N Command Rate.
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Last edited by Falkentyne; 11-19-2018 at 06:08 PM.