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I have been here for quite some time, and yet i still don't know what to do about memory timings..<br><br>
Heres a pic..It should tell you everything you need to know. Right now im running the memory 267 @ stock voltage...and its definitely not stable, yet it boots. Someone please tell me what i need to do/change to avoid the error count in mem test.<br><br>
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I've googled looking to what chip they and haven't really found anything concrete, I've seen people pointing to hynix, winbound, and samsung<br />
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What are your current timings and what are the stock volts?
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">What are your current timings and what are the stock volts?</div>

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</div>Here's a SS of Cpu-Z for the timings..<br />
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As for the voltage. Im not sure. I believe it's set to "AUTO".<br><a href="http://assets.overclock.net.s3.amazonaws.com/0/0a/0a8361ab_vbattach34041.jpeg"><img src="http://www.overclock.net/image/id/616420/width/525/height/525/flags/LL"></a>
 

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It's either Hynix based or TCCD(5), those would be my guesses<br />
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A good way to find out if it's TCCD is to have the RAM run at 200mhz and see if it can boot at 2-2-2-X with 2.5v-2.8v
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">It's either Hynix based or TCCD(5), those would be my guesses<br />
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A good way to find out if it's TCCD is to have the RAM run at 200mhz and see if it can boot at 2-2-2-X with 2.5v-2.8v</div>

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I Shall try that!. SO put everything back to stock and see if the ram can boot at 2-2-2-? ..explaing these numbers..Are they in the same order in the bios or??
 

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Yup, remeber to try it at 2.6v and work your way up until 2.8v, if none of them work then it's probably Hynix based<br />
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The first 2 is the cas, the second 2 is the trcd, third 2 the tras, and the final 2 is the trp<br />
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They may or may not be in the same order
 
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