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  • Memory
  • G.SKILL
  • Dual Channel
  • RAM
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May 21, 2010 3:26:59 AM

i was messing with my g skill dual channel 2 gig ram and at 2.15v i got 3-3-3-10 timeings is this bad or could i improve the speed yet?

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May 21, 2010 3:48:54 AM

Well, 3-3-3-10 timings are very low AFAIK even for DDR2 and is pretty good. What speed are they rated at? Because I think that DDR2 800MHz at 3-3-3-10 would be faster than DDR2 1066MHz at any higher latencies.
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May 21, 2010 4:04:23 AM

Lmeow said:
Well, 3-3-3-10 timings are very low AFAIK even for DDR2 and is pretty good. What speed are they rated at? Because I think that DDR2 800MHz at 3-3-3-10 would be faster than DDR2 1066MHz at any higher latencies.

there rated at 4-4-4-12 800mhz if i make it higher mhz i get error unless u kno how to fix that maby not enough voltage?
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May 21, 2010 6:14:47 AM

No, I doubt voltages would be the case in this situation, more likely to be because the timings are too tight, you'd have to loosen them to achieve any higher speed. However, I'd stick stay with 3-3-3-10 781MHz, which would be faster (in benchmarks, I don't think performance would be noticeable) than 4-4-4-12 800MHz.
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May 21, 2010 2:07:16 PM

Lmeow said:
No, I doubt voltages would be the case in this situation, more likely to be because the timings are too tight, you'd have to loosen them to achieve any higher speed. However, I'd stick stay with 3-3-3-10 781MHz, which would be faster (in benchmarks, I don't think performance would be noticeable) than 4-4-4-12 800MHz.

sorry i meen 4-4-4-12 i cant increase past 800mhz i dont get the blue screan but i get errors when useing burnin test
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