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Need help on how to change my memory timings

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by NickTheGreek, May 18, 2006.

  1. NickTheGreek New Member

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    Hello everyone. I am not very logical on computers, but i need to change my memory timings. I was suggested to change it to 3.0-3-3-8. Where would I go to change this? I was told it's in setup, after i reboot my computer, but i do not know where it is. If somebody could please help me that would be great. Also some details on the exact location of where to change this would help alot. Thanks again.
     
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    bump
     
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    Playing with memory timings is technical. I'm sure you'll find a guide somewhere on this site. What is your memory, mobo and processor?
     
  4. NickTheGreek New Member

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    not exactly sure. How do i check those?
     
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    CPU-Z Download it... Go to system properties adn you can see your cpu speed, and ram also
     
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    Not trying to be an ass or anything but if opening up your bio's screen at boot up is new to you, than maybe you should have a friend that has done it before to help you your first time. because you might end up with something that won't boot and then you would have to pull your battery or move a jumper on your mobo to reset it ,so it can boot.
     
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    I used this guide when looking into memory timing adjusting

    eclipseoc.com
     
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    I also agree. If these things do not make sense it is not smart to mess with the settings. You should at least know what motherboard you are messing with. You need to have someone with some knowledge help you.
     

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