Can anyone tell me my ram timings from this picture??

I donno much about these things...could u guys tell me the timings from this picture? is it a bad ram considering 800mhz? i ve just bought it, it says it has life time warranty..

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  1. Click the memory tab and post it. The SPD tab shows the timings table and corresponding voltage from the module in slot #2.
  2. ok...memory tab says 6-6-6-18, but i can set 5-5-5-15 from bios.i havent tried anything lower than that.Now my qus is-

    1. Would going lower improve performance?
    2. How is it goin to affect my overclocking? would reducing the timing cycle limit my clockings?
  3. 6-6-6-18 at 400MHz is the best that they can achieve. You could try 5-5-5-15 at 400MHz, but you'll have to increase the voltage to 1.95V or 2.0V. If you leave the voltage at 1.8V, your system will crash. If I were you I'd leave them as is. If you overclock, just make sure that they run at or below 800MHz.
  4. ok im not touching them...i guess i made the wrong buy, i should have gone with ones with lower timings..are the performance difference noticable anyways?and i got a good deal for a ram 2gb 800mhz with 5-5-5-15 if i add that one, can i set its timings to match with my old one? wud it cause problems?
  5. Since your timings are already set to 6-6-6-18, you shouldn't need to do anything.
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