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Old 04-01-2006, 12:34 PM   #7 (permalink)
jeremy
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the timings are shown on the "memory" tab (the timings that all sticks currently use,you cant set timings in seperate for each stick) , on "spd" it shows the original timings of each stick (you can select the memory slot ontop..) , might wanna look at the definition http://www.answers.com/topic/spd , anyway when having 2 sticks with diffrent timings you need to find the optimal timings for both to work well together and it seems you alredy done that 2.5-3-3-5 considering boths original timings is pretty solid , although you might be able to get em stable on 2-3-3-5 or even 2-3-2-5 if youll up the voltage a bit , anyway to another issue not quite sure how many sticks you got but if its 3 thats not so good as it lowers the performance cuz it will run in single channel mode and not dual, you gotta have 2 or 4 same sized sticks in order for it to run in dual channel
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