Changing memory timings

my board reads my ram as 9-9-9-24 and its 7-7-7-21 .. if i change these timings do i need to change any of the peripheral timings

ie: twtr cmd delay
trfc
writerecovery time
precharge time
row cyrcle time
ras to ras
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  1. set XMP and it should work as it should
  2. no idea what your trying to say to me ^^
  3. go into bios>1. Set「Ai Tweaker」-->「Ai Overclock Tuner」to 「D.O.C.P.」
    2. Set「Ai Tweaker」--> 「DRAM O.C. Profile」to 「Profile#1 or Profile#2」,and then press F10 t0 save and exit. OR the MIT tweaker if its a gigabyte board
  4. it is a gigabyte board... and in the bios in the MIT (which is set to auto) its set to 9-9-9-24 i want to set it to 7-7-7-21 (the timings of the ram) im wondering if i should change the other timings in the MIT (the ones listed in the first post)
  5. changing them means overclocking the ram , and to cahnge the timing to 7 7 7 21, go mit>dram timing selectable > and change the profile from auto ...idk to what exactly tho but change it till you get the right timings
  6. yes..... im saying my board is reading my ram Wrong... and i understand i can change it to manual and switch the timings im asking since im going to change the "9-9-9-24" timing ...should i change the other timings

    ie: twtr cmd delay
    trfc
    writerecovery time
    precharge time
    row cyrcle time
    ras to ras
  7. well like i said only if you want to overclock your ram and RAM is more about the fun, than the performance gains. since its usually unnoticeable. its not worth pursuing if you want more FPS or faster boot times.
  8. what are you memory specs http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html use this and report what you see under memory and spd
  9. you wont gain much except if your using a intel cpu then you could activate the xmp in bios for 1mhz more
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