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    Ram?

    Could someone please explain to me all the numbers related to ram? I had a look on google and got myself utterly confused .
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    That's one big old can o' worms....

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    yea difficult to answer with a question like that
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    yea difficult to answer with a question like that
    I think he's referring to the memory timings? If that's your case than those 'numbers' are actually the memory's 'schedule' of when to do what and how many 'clock cycles' a single process should take so lower timings -> greater efficiency (I hope this is what you were looking for 'cause for the time i spent writing it I could've killed 3 more terrors )

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    I think thats what I meant . The only option I can change in my bios is clock so it doesn't really matter
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    What's your mobo anyhow?

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    Crappy ECS budget one in "my system". It cant hit higher than 240mhz clock
    With love and many thanks,

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