at what speed? 250?<br><br><br>
You might try doing 2-3-2-5...then you might be able to get it stable with less voltage....the second timing is where it's at, to be honest...nobody ever pays attention to it...it's all about the CAS...lol<br><br>
Honestly, cas latency means nothing, and the second number is really important from what I've found...
Which Micron do you have? The 5B-G or the 5B-D? If it's the 5B-D thats pretty darn good at 250..If it's the 5B-G at 250 loosen it up a little and keep going...<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Big Grin">....
ira-k: ive been trying to figure out if its 5B-G or the 5B-D<br><br>
and i cant find out, and ive read the FAQ on it too<br><br>
Cgrado:why do i need more voltage? how much?<br><br>
Sideburns: Ill try out that theroy of yours
Originally Posted by <strong>thehybridpyro</strong>
<div style="font-style:italic">ira-k: ive been trying to figure out if its 5B-G or the 5B-D<br />
and i cant find out, and ive read the FAQ on it too<br />
Cgrado:why do i need more voltage? how much?<br />
Sideburns: Ill try out that theroy of yours</div>
</div>i was just kidding. just <img src="/images/smilies/eek.gif" border="0" alt="" title="EEK!" class="inlineimg" /> at the larger amount that you already have.
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