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Ram timings and upgrading questions

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December 26, 2011 3:12:56 PM

This is how I have everything set so far and was wondering what other things do I need to plug in also with my cpunb being 2000mhz max do i need to bring the ram down from 1600? Also with the low price of ram I was going to grab another 4 to 6 gigs well I can get 4 gigs of what I have or get 8 gigs of same brand, timings and everything but diffrent model number below I linked the rams. The first link is what I have the 2nd link is the upgrade I would prefer but I dont wanna mix ram unless you peoples think thats not really mixing badly

DRAM CR+2T "Unganged" CPU BUS:200 PCIE:100 Dram:1600 CPUnb:AUTO (its max is 2000mhz) Below is link to ram model #
TCL 9
tRCD 9
TRP 9
tRAS 24
Trtp
TRC 40
TWR
tRRD
DRAM 2

Trwtto
Twrrd
tWTR
tWRWR
tRDRD
tRFCO
tRFCI

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod [...] 6820231193
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

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December 27, 2011 3:46:27 AM

pretty much all current AMD CPUs have a north bridge frequency of 2000MHz at stock settings. In FX CPUs is might be different but I haven't checked that.

You first link is broken.

Mixing RAM is not a recommended solution because it often doesn't work, sometimes for obvious reasons and sometimes seemingly for no good reason.
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December 27, 2011 4:06:11 AM

Yeah, you just can't mess around with mixing RAM. It's picky.
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a b } Memory
December 27, 2011 4:10:16 AM

If you must mix, same brand and different timings is better than same timings and different brands.
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