Jadue Posted January 31, 2006 Share Posted January 31, 2006 Hello! I have some questions and i hope they are not too silly. In the product sheet of my ram-modules i can read the following under "test specs" Tested at ultra-low latency settings Tested at 2-3-3-6 settings on Intel and AMD platforms Are these timings available at any FSB possible (133/166/200)? I'm asking because i had stability-problems on my system while using auto-settings and "by hand settings" with these timings (BSOD's). If i read out the SPD-Timings by CPU-Z it tells me the following things: Frq. 133 = 2,0-2-2-6 / Frq. 166 = 2,5-3-3-7 / Frq. 200 = 3,0-3-3-8 So do i always have to use the timings 3,0-3-3-8 for my PC is running at 200MHz FSB? Does it mean, the timings 2-3-3-6 (as mentioned on the spec-sheet) is only available at an low FSB? Thank you for your attention and also thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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