Ik heb even wat quotes uit andere forums geplaatst. Wat mijn indruk is dat er hier en daar wel wat meer performance te halen valt met wat strakkere timings.
Changing cas down from 4 to 3 resulted in MAJOR corruption. However I've just tuned the Ras-to-Cas down 1 to 2 and trp to 2 as well as tRbs down to 2.0 and I'm noticing probably a 5-10 fps gain in UT2k4
Ok well, I tried setting the same timings lower.. but I get artifacts in 3DMark03, I guess it only works if you haven't reached your maximum overclock for your memory yet. It basically works like FSB and a CPU..sacrificing MHz for timings~ The default is a good balance in my opinion. Higher clockspeeds and tighter timings requrie more voltage...so a volt mod would be necessary
I upped all the memory settings one "click" except for CAS and I can get another 30Mhz out of my meory, performance seems better as well, I haven't done any scientific testing but everything seems to run faster, no slowdowns and no artifacts.
used it on my 9500 pro, i succesfuilly changed all but cas# settings without corruption, is great anyway, i won 500 3dmark01 points by doing that, is like 5-6 fps on gaming no?
It's a balancing act. If you can sustain the same memory frequency but lower the timings, then it is great However, if you lower the timings, but have to compensate by lowering the memory frequency..then it's kinda reducing the performance increase you should be getting.
Of course lower timings are faster but sometimes you can raise a timing and overclock and get a higher performance increase than just having the lowest timings possible
I moved all my mem settings up by 1 and ran 3dmark.
trcd = 5
trp = 5
tras = 15
trbs = 2.5
trcd = 6
trp = 6
tras = 16
trbs = 3
The slower timings lost me 100 points in 3dmark03. So they do appear to make an amount of difference. I've tried setting the timings to the slowest possible and I just get a corrupted boot screen
There are like 14 programmable timings, and not all can be changed with this program
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