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Which is a better timing and speed?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I've read and watched videos on how to calculate ns and I don't know which to believe(lol). So can anyone help be, which is a better frequency and timing?








Know that this is on the same ddr4 hyperx fury ram. Thanks.


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Literally the only deficiency of the 2666 speed is the CL14 vs the CL12, and that's not by much. everything else is faster.

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Both of those are incredibly slow and loose - it's a matter of choosing between a house fire and a forest fire really

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'm only using i5 8400 on b360m-h. My friend tried my ram on his ryzen and he was able to get it to 3000mhz, but sadly, my board has a 2666mhz limit, so I can only work with timing. Thanks for the help though.

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