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RAM questions and timings

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September 19, 2009 8:27:04 PM

Ok first i want to know what my timings are (i have a rough idea from cpuz and AMD overdrive) but i also want to know if they are at the timings they are stated to perform att (8-8-8-24). And will changing the timings to 7-7-7-24 make a noticeable performance increase?

P.S: 8 gigs of OCZ Gold amd edition ddr3 1600 @ 1333
AMD phenom ii x4 be 955
MSI 790fx GD70

And here are pictures from Overdrive and Cpu-Z






Also how do i change the ram timings?

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September 20, 2009 12:27:19 AM

yannifb said:
Ok first i want to know what my timings are (i have a rough idea from cpuz and AMD overdrive) but i also want to know if they are at the timings they are stated to perform att (8-8-8-24). And will changing the timings to 7-7-7-24 make a noticeable performance increase?

P.S: 8 gigs of OCZ Gold amd edition ddr3 1600 @ 1333
AMD phenom ii x4 be 955
MSI 790fx GD70

And here are pictures from Overdrive and Cpu-Z

http://i608.photobucket.com/albums/tt170/yannifb/overdrivemem.jpg


http://i608.photobucket.com/albums/tt170/yannifb/cpuzmem.jpg

Also how do i change the ram timings?


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September 20, 2009 8:59:21 AM

yannifb said:
Ok first i want to know what my timings are (i have a rough idea from cpuz and AMD overdrive) but i also want to know if they are at the timings they are stated to perform att (8-8-8-24).

No "rough idea" - CPUZ is reporting your RAM timing as 8-9-9-20. That's close enough to 8-8-8-24 that the difference is virtually undetectable.
yannifb said:
And will changing the timings to 7-7-7-24 make a noticeable performance increase?

No.

You can change the timings in the BIOS. RTFM. :)  All the information should be in the motherboard manual.
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