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Maybe you need to access the advanced chipset options.. try pressing Ctrl+F1. If that doesn't work, read the manual for your mobo.
 

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Look for an option under your DRAM settings called command rate....should be somewhere near the ram timings. I notice on my socket 754 system going 1T gives a tremendous boost in performance but on my new AM2 system, 1T is no faster at all. Generally 1T is faster, but T2 will allow better overclocking and stability.
 

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Command or CPC.
2T vs 1T will afford more stability if needed but will cost about 3-5% in performance in real world apps. Don't go by bencmarking the two settings, they are deceptive and can display up to a 30% differance which is untrue.
 

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doesnt make much difference. less the stress on ram and just put 2t if your overclocking with high ram frequency.
 
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