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Old 10th November 2004, 20:28   #1
Desert Eagle
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Can somebody explain me in normal language (mensentaal in Nedelands) how i can set my timings the best/fastest for best performance.

System is overclocked AMD2500+ @ 2180mhz (198*11 lockedmp)
but mem devider is set @83pct now. Higher is possible, but timings?
@83pct, mem runs @ 168mhz, 2-2-2-11.
higher I need to go to cl 2.5 but the rest of the settings??

Memory = Apacer cl2.5 pc3200 (2*512mb)

plz some advice (no on Apacer plz, I know its not high quality overclok memory), I just want best performance out of it
Old 10th November 2004, 20:40   #2
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Old 11th November 2004, 09:51   #3
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to keep it realy easy, it's just the time between 2 actions in the memory.
So, the lower you go, the better the performance (except for Tras, wich seems to perform better at 9,10 or 11).
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