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Old 06-24-2010, 12:30 PM
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Default XMS3 1600 Timing Help

Hi, i recently updated my computer for a new one. i5 750 with asus p7p55 lx and corsair xms3 1600 for the memory ( 8gb )

I just finished tuning it up. The cpu is now at 3.4ghz ( 170 x 20 )
And with the ratio of 2:8 i got the memory running at 680mhz

IF i refer to cpu z, the timing should be 9 9 9 24 41
i currently have forced the 9 9 9 24 and i let the other one to AUTO and i got 76,

is it normal ?? The system is brand new and i have some issues sometime, do i have to run a big long prime 95 test ?
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That is normal and you can leave it on auto.
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Old 06-24-2010, 11:07 PM
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ok good to hear. Thanks a lot !!!
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Default XMS3 DHX CM3X1024-1600C7DHX Timing/Freq troubles

Hi there,
Good to know that your modules is working good. I have a troubles with that memory modules installed on MSI P45 Diamnod motherboard....

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