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I have a supertalent pc 3200 CAS 2 memory stick and I'm currently using it at stock speed and timings (2-3-3-7) at 200x12,5 1:1 (2500 mghz). Should I raise the FSB to increase performance keeping those timings, raise the timings to 2-3-2-6 keeping that frequency or leave the memory at stock speed to avoid any possible damage and keep using the FSB at 200?

Abit NF7-S Rev. 2
Athlon XP Mobile [email protected] 2.5 ghz, 1.74 v.
Thermaltake Volcano 12.
512 mb. Supertalent DDR 400 2-3-3-7
80 gb. IDE 7200 RPM

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Originally Posted by Klausss

Hi,
I have a supertalent pc 3200 CAS 2 memory stick and I'm currently using it at stock speed and timings (2-3-3-7) at 200x12,5 1:1 (2500 mghz). Should I raise the FSB to increase performance keeping those timings, raise the timings to 2-3-2-6 keeping that frequency or leave the memory at stock speed to avoid any possible damage and keep using the FSB at 200?

Abit NF7-S Rev. 2
Athlon XP Mobile [email protected] 2.5 ghz, 1.74 v.
Thermaltake Volcano 12.
512 mb. Supertalent DDR 400 2-3-3-7
80 gb. IDE 7200 RPM

njIZjLDw

If it will boot at the tighter timings, there's nothing wrong with 2.5GHz. The best advice I can give is to try both, remembering the settings each time. Benchmark something easy, Sandra for instance. See which of the two gives you A. the best memory bandwidth, and B. the best CPU score.

You will find a happy medium in there for sure.
 
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