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    Hi

    I just installed new memory.

    Facts about the TWINX2048-3500LLPRO
    The TWINX2048-3500LLPRO is a 2GByte matched memory pair specifically designed for motherboards using chipsets with dual memory channels. This memory kit consists of two CMX1024-3500LLPRO memory modules that have been tested together on a current production AMD motherboard at DDR437 (218 MHz) and extremely Low Latency of 2-3-2-6 T1. These TwinX memory kits are designed to provide the ultimate in performance and stability in dual channel boards. As part of Corsair's XMS ProSeries, each module includes the high-efficiency aluminum XMS heatsink, and 18 activity LED's that show the level of memory activity on each bank.

    And I was wondering if I have the correct timings right in bios.

    Right in the dram timing it is set to auto and I need to know weather these numbers should be used 2-3-2-6 T1 (what are these?)

    Any help is appreciated

    IronClaw

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    Re: DRAM Timings

    Understanding RAM Timings | Hardware Secrets

    I'm not an expert on what's a good set of timings (I know, I should have paid attention in computer architechture) but I found this article with Google.

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      Re: DRAM Timings

      Thanks

      I`ve been googling myself

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      • #4
        Re: DRAM Timings

        Originally posted by [TG] IronClaw View Post
        Hi

        I just installed new memory.

        Facts about the TWINX2048-3500LLPRO
        The TWINX2048-3500LLPRO is a 2GByte matched memory pair specifically designed for motherboards using chipsets with dual memory channels. This memory kit consists of two CMX1024-3500LLPRO memory modules that have been tested together on a current production AMD motherboard at DDR437 (218 MHz) and extremely Low Latency of 2-3-2-6 T1. These TwinX memory kits are designed to provide the ultimate in performance and stability in dual channel boards. As part of Corsair's XMS ProSeries, each module includes the high-efficiency aluminum XMS heatsink, and 18 activity LED's that show the level of memory activity on each bank.

        And I was wondering if I have the correct timings right in bios.

        Right in the dram timing it is set to auto and I need to know weather these numbers should be used 2-3-2-6 T1 (what are these?)

        Any help is appreciated

        IronClaw
        You can use CPU-Z to double check once you're done configuring.


        DB

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        • #5
          Re: DRAM Timings

          Thanks Guys

          I`m sorted out now

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