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Topic Title: Aggressive RAM Lantency
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Created On: 02/09/2006 06:47 PM
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Questions->DRAM Settings:
Q: My PC is powered with ABIT VA-10 mainboard, been planning to adjust the RAM lantency to more aggressively. Because i going to add another piece of 512MB RAM and balance the RAM Slots for quality gaming. But big RAM with slow speed makes no sense, right? So i wish to tweak it as much possible. But i not really sure what those options listed will do and I dont think the RAM SPD will bring the RAM fast enough. Need little help on RAM OC control by BIOS settings, i dont feel like to use any kind of program to OC, well, anyone?

I also listed avaliable options:
DRAM CAS Latency: [2.0] / [2.5] / [3.0] / [3.5]
Bank Interleave: [Disabled] / [2 Bank] / [4 Bank]
Precharge to Active: [2T] / [3T] / [4T] / [5T]
Active to CMD: [2T] / [3T] / [4T] / [5T]
DRAM Command Rate: [2T] / [T1]
DRAM Burst Length: [4T] / [8T]
Write Recovery Time: [2T] / [3T]

Is it lowest possible settings will make the RAM more aggressively? How the [content edited] those things works?

CPU: AMD AthlonXP 2500+ (Barton Core) :)
RAM: Single Kingston DDR333 512MB ValueRAM :|
Mainboard: ABIT VA-10 Ver1.02 (BIOS v1.9) :)
Video Card: Sapphire AGP Hybird X700Pro GDDR3 256MB RAM :)
PSU: No brand 350W, +12v 16amp, shared power with monitor (Unstable as told) >:(
Monitor: 19'inch LCD :)
Hard drives: IDE ATA Western Digital 40GB 7200RPM :|
Optical Drives: ASUS CD-RW (DDSS2 +
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