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Hello eveyone. I use kingston hyperX fury black 2666 MHz ram on B350 Tomahawk. İt RAMs was work at 2400. I turn a-xmp and I would say, timer settings are(trcdrd, trcdwr etc.) changed. What is the default settings?

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get out one of the modules and look at the sticker on them. If they haven't one, just grab the spec sheet from Kingston =) 

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If thats what they changed to when you enabled XMP and haven't modified them, then they are the default settings.

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Timings should change when you change the RAM speed, but you can manually adjust them.

 

2400Mhz, for example, can be put at 11-13-13-31, but it is possible to tighten the timings down further.

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18 minutes ago, Rinsworth said:

Timings should change when you change the RAM speed, but you can manually adjust them.

 

2400Mhz, for example, can be put at 11-13-13-31, but it is possible to tighten the timings down further.

 

18 minutes ago, RKRiley said:

If thats what they changed to when you enabled XMP and haven't modified them, then they are the default settings.

Anciently, I was change cpu frequency, and cpu voltage changed automatically. but when I was reset bios, just frequency settings are was changed to default. So, I must clear the cmos or learn the default of these settings. Can you learn these for me?

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Well, 15-17-17-35 looks like the default if you look online, but the lower timings are better. Why not try them?

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2 hours ago, Rinsworth said:

Well, 15-17-17-35 looks like the default if you look online, but the lower timings are better. Why not try them?

I cleared the CMOS shortly before. Default settings are 14-16-16-16-32.

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