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    my geil ultra has been auto set to 5-5-5-18
    i would like to run it at its intended speed of 4-4-4-12

    i cant seem to find memory timing options in the bios have looked at the manual too can anyone point me in the right direction please?

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    found it had to press ctrl f1 for advanced options

    have now set:
    cas latency 4
    ras to cas 4
    ras precharge 4
    tras 12

    what should i change about these: (they are set to mobo defualts atm)

    trrd 3
    rank write to read 3
    write to precharge 6
    refresh to act delay 42
    read to precharge delay 3
    trd 6
    trd phase adjustment 0

    spd is on auto still at 400 i have these choices to change it to:
    2.00
    2.40
    3.20
    3.33
    4.0+ (i think the + means selected)
    2.50
    3.00

    i would like it set to 800 but i dont want to mess it up with my lack of knowledge

    cpu-z is reading
    freq 400
    fsb:dram 5:6
    cas 4.0
    ras to cas 4
    ras precharge 4
    tras 12

    is this ok? shouldnt freq be 800?

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    • Queelis's system
      • Motherboard:
      • Asus H81M-A
      • CPU:
      • Intel i5 4670K
      • Memory:
      • Corsair 2x4 GB 1333MHz DDR3
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    Since it is DDR ram, multiply 400 by 2 and you have your 800MHz.

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