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Old 04-10-2007, 10:04 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: What does x-x-x-xx mean on RAM settings?

i didnt say it didnt exist fellas....i didnt say you couldnt get it.
i said it was EXPENSIVE.
those dominators are only 445.00...
its not cheap. good stuff that is.
and if it is cheap, as soon as you overclock you are going to have to loosen the timings(or at least the latency), so what is the point of cheap?

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Old 04-10-2007, 11:20 PM   #12 (permalink)
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lol. i think i got lucky than. i have kingston DDR2667 in 1 slot and DDR2800 in the other and i can get CAS 3. i bought these RAM for $130 total. its been used of course.

as for the topic.

TRCD TRPD should be the same numers and TRAS should be the sum of CAS + TRCD + TRPD.
for example.

3-4-4 TRAS should be 11 or 12.

im not sure if this info is correct. i can't remember RAM timings correctly because i haven't changed my RAM timings in a long time.

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