Did my ram run as it should be?

Hi so i just fenished build my pc 1h ago everyting work so i buyed this ram and i would like to know if it run at 1600mhz and in dual mode cpu-z screen thanks in advance
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  1. It is running at 1600MHz, double data rate so 800MHz in CPU-Z times 2 = 1600MHz. Your timings are a little loose though. You will need to tighten them manually in BIOS.

    Your RAM is designed to run at 9-9-9-27 @ 1.65v.
  2. so what i need to do exactly for the biopart im okay just need to know what i need to do thanks
  3. Try enabling the XMP profile to get ya timings up or just set manually
  4. but it an amd cpu fx8320 thanks
  5. AMD doesn't use XMP profiles.

    Go into Advanced part of BIOS and look for RAM Timings.
  6. hi thanks for reply i have an asus bios so i go in advanced i have it then i look for ram timing and a type 9 9 9 27 in case right?
  7. What model motherboard do you have?
  8. m5a97 r2.0
  9. It's in the Ai Tweaker tab of your BIOS. Look for Memory Frequency and set to 1600MHz, and DRAM Timing Control, go in there set these settings to these values:

    CAS Latency (CL) - 9
    RAS to CAS Delay (trCD) - 9
    RAS Precharge (tRP)- 9
    Cycle Time (tRAS) - 27

    Then back in AI Tweaker, scroll down and make sure DRAM Voltage is set to 1.65v.
  10. Almost, in the 2nd BIOS picture, that setting you changed from 39 to 27 needs to go back on AUTO. The one that gets changed to 27 is the one set at 28 currently (DRAM RAS ACT Time) should be 27. Other than that, you're good to go.
  11. Wow thanks for you help now all is set as how you told me to do only 1 thing why we raised to 11 to 9 did we lose ram power or we gained more? also did my ram is on dual mode
  12. In terms of timings, lower is faster. CL9 is better than CL11. In terms of frequency faster is better, 1600MHz is faster than 1333MHz.
  13. nice and last questions! is im running on dual for the ram ?
  14. Best answer
    Yessir you are running dual channel! [:stickg1:2]
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