lalittle Posted October 15, 2010 Share Posted October 15, 2010 I searched the web for this information, but I wasn't able to narrow in on the answers I was looking for. I'm trying to find more information on what the significance of the "2nd Information" DRAM timings are given that I have two identical systems (P6X58D Premium with CMX6GX3M3A1333C9 kits), and this information is different on each system. One lists 1N-56-59-61, while the other is 1N-58-58-58. In other words, the Round Trip Latency is different for each set. The reason I'm curious about this is because one of the systems is more of a "mission critical" system, so I'm wondering if it would make sense to use one or the other of these sets in that system. Is it significant that the RTL numbers on all three channels matches on one of the sets, or that the other set has a lower number for channel A? The 1N-56-59-61 happened to end up in the "mission critical" system. Is there any reason to swap sets between the two systems? Even if it's a negligible amount, will the 1N-58-58-58 set be just slightly faster due to its lower overall average, or will the other set be slightly faster due to the faster channel A module? Or... will this make no difference what-so-ever. Note that all the BIOS settings are set to "Auto" except for the DRAM frequency, which had to be manually set to 1333 for these modules. Both kits are the exact same revision number. Thanks for any information on this, Larry Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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