how to check?

Hi,

I just want to ask. How to check whether a memory stick is cas 2 or cas 2.5? is it written on the pcb?

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  1. Check the Bios. Note: CL2 is CAS 2.

    Or if you have the numbers off the chips post them here and we will find out for you.

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  2. You can set it to CAS 2 in the BIOS, if it doesn't run stable set it back to CAS 2.5.

    My case has so many fans that it hovers above the ground :eek: .
  3. 2.5 for DDR. 3 for SDR

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  4. DDR-SDRAM has 2, 2.5 and 3.
    SDRRAM has just 2 and 3 (and 4, if you count old systems).

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  5. Hmmm. I was actually refering to the setting for stability. Righter than right you are. :wink:

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  6. hmm, if the ram supports CL2 then it would be equally stable as running at CL3.

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  7. But if the RAM isn't CAS 2, and the BIOS are set to CAS 2, then it won't be stable. :tongue:

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