What should the ram timings be???

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  1. Rampagingkorean

    Rampagingkorean Member Guru

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    hey im running a 2x1gb set of g.skill with timings of 2.5-3-2-5 and a 2x512 set of g.skill with timings of 2-3-3-6 what should i run the timings at so they dont mess up and can i take it out of dual channel??? cause its lockin up helpz?? and with the comp doing it at auto makes them run at ddr200???
     
  2. Æther Tech

    Æther Tech Master Guru

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    either turn up the voltage or loosen the timings(try this first.) a bit till it stops locking up.
     
  3. Psychlone

    Psychlone Ancient Guru

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    It's not running in Dual Channel with all 4 banks populated (unless you know a trick most of us dont!)

    Your quickest RAM (the ones with the tightest timings) will default to the fastest of the slowest RAM's timings...
    If you're BSODing at DDR200, you've got a problem. Like Aether said, raise the voltage to the VDIMM but don't go over 2.8-2.9V and loosening up the timings to say 3,4,4,8 and set your RAM divider to DDR400 should make a difference...you can always go back and tighten up the timings one at a time, rebooting between each change until you're satisfied *and* it remains stable.

    Psychlone
     
  4. Rampagingkorean

    Rampagingkorean Member Guru

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    thxs guys it work
     

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