Timing definition


i am using a dell 435t-9200. it came with the standard 3 gigs of ddr3 dimm's.

i am considering upgrading my ram to 12gb using corsairs. the timing specs for the corsair are 7-7-7-20.

i believe my system is 8-8-8-24. but can't swear to it.

will this work out of the box? or will some tweaking be required? will Windows 7 just make it so?

also there are voltage considerations. will i have to tweak the bios?

all help is appreciated.
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  1. Hello
    As long as your motherboard supports the speed of the Corsair RAM(Mhz), you'll be fine, and i don't think you need to adjust the timings, because they should work fine on "Auto" settings
  2. thank you for your response.

    i've bid on the set on the ebay. we'll see if it works out.

    thanks again! peace be with you, maziar.
  3. No problem,hope it works fine for you
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