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    Memory timings?

    Hi guys, I'm just wondering what the optimal memory timings are going to be for my PC. I'm running 1gb of DDR PC2700 in an Asus A7N8X mainboard.

    And before you all say 2700?? what?? I know it's rubbish, but it's what I got so nyeh...

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    Re: Memory timings?

    What timings is the RAM supposed to run at? 3-3-3-8? What brand is it, etc, bit more info needed

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    Re: Memory timings?

    That's just it, I've no idea what it's supposed to run at It's TwinMOS if that helps.

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    Re: Memory timings?

    If you run cpu-z and open the SPD tab it should tell you make and model etc. You could also look at the sticker on the side of the ram if it has one.
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