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Old 05-12-2005, 08:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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my ram timings are 2, 3, 3, 6 is this ok i dont expect it to be excellant as i use cheap *** ram
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What type of RAM is it?
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no name ram
it is pc2700 in a p-4 1.8ghz @ 2.1ghz
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Damn. Well, is it working? Is it stable? If yes, then sure, they are good timings.

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I'd really like to try and hit 2.3 in windows stable while gaming
ive hit and booted it there but as soon as i try loading Halo it restarts

right now my core voltage is 1.6 and my speed is exactly 2079.6mhz

my ram is made by

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the cas latency is that of high performance RAM, buuut in terms of performance CL doesn't mean squat, it effects stability more than it does bandwidth. It's the two middle numbers that directly effect bandwidth in which yours are basically valueRAM timings.
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Well thats what they were born as and thats the way they work
see for me its nothing good
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I love how Nubius knows so much about System Memory... He always has the best replies about them... He should write a huge sticky all about RAM. I bet a lot of people could learn from his RAM Knowledge.

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