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Old 10-13-2006, 11:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im sort of new to oc'n and was wondering about my ram timings.

My ddr2 800 is showing up as 5-5-5-18 on cpu-z? im thinking its supposed to be more like 4-4-4-12. at ddr2 667 it was still 5-5-5-15.

Is there anything i can do?
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Old 10-14-2006, 05:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You need to raise the Voltage up to the suggested amount and change the timings in the BIOS or a software program.
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wow ddr 800 XMS2, at 55518, wow thats not good, try some volts like said, try a new mobo slot/s, and memtest or soemthin it might be bad

slow it down just a bit, see if it will go tighter timings, maybe 44412(after some volts)
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Manually set it in bios according to what the specs on the package are. So if the package says ddr2 800 4-4-4-12 timings at 2.1v then thats what you should set it to in bios.
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I ran memtest for 8hours no errors, i've switched slots no luck. I even have the dimm voltage at 0.4+ right now, i believe my mobo at stock is 1.8? i've tried every increment up to 0.4+ no luck still running at 5-5-5-18. Also i dont see an option in my bios to change timings. is it possible im overlooking something?
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Oh I think you might need to upgrade bios or there is extra bios settings somewhere i remember.
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im at f6 which is as far as i know the latest bios update for my board. i'll search through the settings as much as a i can.
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I am using computer since 5 years. But never noticed these things.
Is these things are realy important?
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edit: hes banned sorry, useless post
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i think i actually figured out the problem. it was probably a faulty mobo, my computer won't post anymore. cleared the CMOS and everything nothing seems to be working, hopefully its not something else.
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