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March 20, 2011 8:56:02 AM

I need to know what my ram timings should be. I'm using G.Skill f2-6400cl5-2gbpq on a Biostar TP45 HP motherboard. Also a detailed explanation would be nice, I know how to go into the Bios but get lost with all the listings and how to apply lets say a 5-5-5-15 timing. Oh and this is to potentially fix an issue with my 560ti vid card if that needs to be known.

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March 20, 2011 4:18:44 PM

That is really strange statement since all ram modules have multiple different ram timings and people that overclock relax timings all the time.
Link again http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/bios-a-z,1200.html
It is an article called BIOS A-Z if you have to do a search this time!
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March 20, 2011 5:28:58 PM

rolli59 said:
That is really strange statement since all ram modules have multiple different ram timings and people that overclock relax timings all the time.
Link again http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/bios-a-z,1200.html
It is an article called BIOS A-Z if you have to do a search this time!


thnx for the info I also came across CPU-Z which showed me some timings to use, but I've ran into a little problem. When i went into my bios , AMI btw, i couldn't select the frequency i wanted, the lowest one was 600 something, cpu-z only detected JEDEC settings for 266 or 400. So should i just leave the frequency at auto, since according to cpu-z it auto-sets to 400, and just go ahead and manually adjust the timings?

update: finally found a review on tom's for my ram, looks like they're timed well already since the reviewer said he couldn't get much more performance no matter what configuration he came up with. thnx for the help rolli59
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