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close to setting this thing on fire. I can't seem to find the settings within the bios to change my timings. And judging by what you see here, what do you think I should set my timings to, to get a higher fsb to become stable. I've been stuck between 840 and 860 on the MEM, and 1120 on the fsb.<br />
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all memory is different, but when timings come into play the lower the better. just try out different timings and test them.<br />
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i mean my old memory was unstable at 2-5-5-7 ddr520, but if you changed the timings to 3-3-2-5 it was perfectly stable. just test a bit and see what your memory is comfortable at haha<br />
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though, if you can't find it, your motherboard might not allow you to change memory timings.<br />
i think for some motherboards though, if you hit an F# button it'll show more features... like F2 maybe? i forgot which one it was.
 

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tried, the only option I get is underneath the LDT settings for the morth bridge. It gives me options for the cas, ras, tras, and so on, then it asks for clock 1 or clock 2. Is this what I should be changing?
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">tried, the only option I get is underneath the LDT settings for the morth bridge. It gives me options for the cas, ras, tras, and so on, then it asks for clock 1 or clock 2. Is this what I should be changing?</div>

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ahh, thanks guys. Now to figure out which timings to try first...
 

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4-4-4-12 is better than the first post, right?<br />
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depends on your DRAM specs....
 

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advertised as 4-4-4-12 timings on the xms2 package. My superpi went from 35.687 to 33.686 in the 1M category, I can't believe that made that much of a difference...
 

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Try 4-4-4-15...post back...
 

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tried 4-4-4-15, and my superpi 1m went slower. I also tried 4-3-3-3-12, and got my best results at 33.094
 

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tried 4-3-3-3-10, but it seems slower in superpi. 4-3-3-3-12 worked the best. 4-4-4-4-12 worked second best. Would I be able to raise the fsb a bit now?
 

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tried 3-3-3-10, but it would not post. Any suggestions from you gurus on what the best timings are for 4-4-4-12 rated corsair xms2 PC5400 675Mhz ram would be? Very anxious to set it best. Thanks for all your help guys.
 

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ok, last thing, are these timings okay? And lastly, what ratio of fsb/mem should I shoot for when playing with intel chips?<br />
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