Re: Which is faster?
If I were you, I would just boot up, benchmark it, then reboot with the other settings, and benchmark that as well. Then make my decision based off the results of the tests.
You can manually set the RAM timings back, but you might not be able to boot with them at 4-4-4.
Also, what is the command rate, and how would one go about setting that?
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