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|9th January 2004, 21:56||#45|
Guys do you know that 11-2-2-2 ISN'T the fastest timings on nForce boards
I've found THE FASTEST - it's 12-2-1-2 :spank: ... if your RAM can handle this.
I ve got Kingstone PC2700 (Winbond BH6) and I've run Memory Bandwith test in Sandra 2004 at FSB 190 (my Epox 8RDA+ isn't able to go further) with this timings.
|10th January 2004, 10:14||#47|
Join Date: Jun 2002
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Wel, cas 1.5 is also faster, but not really supported, so...
i'm sure that He BH5 will run the timings you mentioned, but of course, with a little voltage increase
|10th January 2004, 10:28||#48|
Join Date: May 2002
|10th January 2004, 12:23||#49|
It's only an information - i don't think you could use these timings at FSB over 200MHz without loosing stability. I'm running now FSB188 (i repeat i'm mobo limited) with 12-2-1-2 and in 3DMarks and games everything is fine. As for the prime - i don't use it as a memory tester. If everything runs fine why bother ??
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