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questions with dram calc

"Safe" has a higher Chance to work. "Fast" can also work but doesnt have that high of a Chance.

I would try "Fast" and if you run into stability issues go on and try "Safe".

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so im using thaiphoonburner and dram calc to adjust my timings on my 3733 mhz ram and i see it says calculate safe or calculate fast what do they mean also which one is best for maximum performance below is a copy of my thaiphoon results  i guess what im asking is should i calculate safe or fast?

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"Safe" has a higher Chance to work. "Fast" can also work but doesnt have that high of a Chance.

I would try "Fast" and if you run into stability issues go on and try "Safe".


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