How do I figure out my memory timings?

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  1. Ham Sammich

    Ham Sammich New Member

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    Here is my CPUZ stuff, is it in there? If so how do I know its what is suppose to be for my motherboard.

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    Under timings

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    Ham Sammich New Member

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    Ok, and how do I know if it is right for my motherboard and CPU?
     
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    The timings table on the last screen shows the recommended timings from the RAM's spd data for various FSB frequencies. 334.9MHz is close enough to 333MHz, so you're running at recommended timings.
     
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    The RAM should have a sticker on it that lists the correct memory timings.
     

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