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I could use some help with my MoBo settings.


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mfarre03

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I looked at what I had written down, I had RAS to CAS R/S Delay, I should have left that one alone. Maybe I will try it again tonight.

What sort of benefit should I see?? Is there a way to see what the machine runs now and how it will run after I make my changes?

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It should cause your system to become more stable as well as a small performance increase.

The most important timing is your CAS latency. Most of your other timings are measure in relation to your CAS latency. If you overclock you may have to loosen the timings back up.

The general rule is that the faster the speed of the RAM, the less timings matter.
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Tried it again, did the same thing, get a memory error beep before post. Then I have to clear the cmos and set back to Optimized defaults in my bios....grrrrr
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I would run memtest to check the RAM for faults.

Click this for a guide to using Memtest



Click this to download Memtest

Run it overnight if possible
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