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Hi Guys,

 

Which the maximum of overclock that i can reach with these memorys, not committing the stability of my system? I hope you can help me.

 

My PC has the following specification:

 

DFI Lanparty UT RDX200 CF-DR; AMD Athlon 64 4000+ San Diego 1Ghz FSB; Thermaltake CL-W0037-Liquid Colling-CPU; Thermaltake CL-W0038-Liquid Colling-VGA; Thermaltake BigWater SE CL-W0005-Sleeve Liquid Colling System; Enclosure Thermaltake Xaser III V2000A; Corsair-TwinX2048-3200C2Pro; ATI-BBA-X1900XTX 512MB 256-Bit GDDR-VIVO-PCIE; Power Supply Enermax-EG701AX-VH (W); Western Digital 2x36.7Gb 8Mb 10000 Rpm in Raid 0;Windows XP Professional SP2

 

PS: I have several options in BIOS however but don't know how you adjust them.

 

Cheers,

 

William:!:

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Hi,

 

Nobody can help myself to fill out the setting in BIOS for a better performance?

 

What i do know is this, and help me fill out the blancks...

 

DRAM Frequency (Mhz)= 200

Command per clock (CPC)= Enable

CAS Latency control (TCL) =

RAS# TO CAS# delay (TRCD)=

MinRAS# active time (TRAS)=

Row precharge time (TRP)=

Row cycle time (TRC)=

Row refresh cycle time (TRFC)=

Row to row delay (TRRD)=

Write recovery time (TWR)=

Write to read delay (TWTR)=

Read to write delay (TRWT)=

Refresh period (TREF)=

DRAM bank enterleave=

 

 

DQS skew control=

DQS skew value=

DRAM drive strength=

DRAM data drive strength=

Max async latency=

DRAM responce time=

Read preamble time=

Idlecycle limit=

Dynamic counter=

R/W Queue bypass=

Bypass max=

32 byte granalarity=

 

Cheers,

 

William:sigh!:

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