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Old 04-26-2009, 03:17 PM   #1
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Default How tight can it be timed?

Normally, I post around the forums to resolve issues, but today I have some questions...

How tight do you think I can time my OCZ PC2-6400 SLI edition RAM?
It runs at 5-4-4-15-2t now. I've heard of some jumping down to 5-4-4-14-T. Think it's possible, anyone?
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Default Re: How tight can it be timed?

You mean 5-4-4-14-1T?

From what I understand, if you are running more than two sticks, you can only run 2T as 1T makes the memory crazy and results in either a very unstable computer or a no boot condition.
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Default Re: How tight can it be timed?

right, T indicates 1T, ;p.

I see...well, this is unfortunate. I shall search around a bit more. Thanks for the reply
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Old 04-26-2009, 03:59 PM   #4
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How tight do you think I can time my OCZ PC2-6400 SLI edition RAM?
It runs at 5-4-4-15-2t now. I've heard of some jumping down to 5-4-4-14-T. Think it's possible, anyone?
I know that I'm running four sticks and I can't get mine to boot @ 1T.

To tighten the timings, I usually start with the first (Ex: If I'm running 5-5-5-15, I'll go 4-5-5-15, if it's stable, continue the process), and then move on to the others.

I use Prime 95 blend to test for stability.
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Thanks! I'll be getting down to some more serious stuff once I actually get the components I need. I'm severely underclocked on my Q9550 at the moment.
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