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Old 03-11-2005, 02:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Latencies.

Currently my cpu is running at 150*13.5@2025mhz.

My Ram is at 150, and the latencies are as follows.

Active Precharge - 4
Ras to Cas - 2
Ras Precharge - 2
the last one i cant remember - 2t

would it be good to increase the last 3 to 3, and decrease the first to 3 as well? What will be the most efficient configuration for the ram?


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where's your cas latency at? Unless the 2t is that one, but generally the T is indicative of command rate and unless you have performance RAM it needs to be left at 2.

Go there scroll way down until you see in big black text DRAM TIMINGS. It will tell you what every timing does and you can decide for yourself if adjusting something would be beneficial or not.
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