memory timing help

my memery timing are 7-3-3-2.5 is this normal for ddr-400.

My own beast: Athlon 2700xp+ , Radeon 9800pro (oc: 410/370) , 512mb ddr400. SO MUCH faster than my father pIII 550......
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  1. So what is wrong? Your timings are normal.


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  2. ok thx

    My own beast: Athlon 2700xp+ , Radeon 9800pro (oc: 410/370) , 512mb ddr400. SO MUCH faster than my father pIII 550......
  3. ok now my timming is 8-4-4-3t

    My own beast: Athlon 2700xp+ , Radeon 9800pro (oc: 410/370) , 512mb ddr400. SO MUCH faster than my father pIII 550......
  4. Why did you raise them? Stability problems? You should have been fine at the previous levels.


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  5. If you bought CAS3 DDr400, your timmings are right on.
    If you bought CAS2 you can probly drop them at something like 2-3-3-6 if its branded ram.
  6. how do i know if it is cas2 or cas3

    My own beast: Athlon 2700xp+ , Radeon 9800pro (oc: 410/370) , 512mb ddr400. SO MUCH faster than my father pIII 550......
  7. yousually written on it or on the chip.
    Chances are if you cant find any mention of CAS2 its CAS3 ram. Especially true if its no brand ram.
  8. Go to the memory FAQ which is the first thread in this memory forum. In there you will se something for a SPD tool. It should be able to read the SPD chip on your module and display what the settings are. (CAS Latency being one of them)


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