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Old 08-01-2005, 08:25 AM   #1
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Default I know i sound like a noob, but what does ram timing mean?

I know ive asked so many questions but, when ram says 2-3-4-6 whats that mean?
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Old 08-01-2005, 10:27 AM   #2
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Default Re: I know i sound like a noob, but what does ram timing mean?

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I know ive asked so many questions but, when ram says 2-3-4-6 whats that mean?
People that are new to computers aren't noobs, they're people new to computers. Noob is tended to be used in the gaming community.
as for the question, I would like to know myself?


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Default Re: I know i sound like a noob, but what does ram timing mean?

I hope this helps you both

http://www.ocfaq.com/article.php/overclocking/63

So basically, each number basically means how many clocks it takes to get something done, with a lower number meaning a better speed in that area. Read and you'll find out
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