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Thread: Gigbyte G1.Sniper: Need a Little Help




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    Default Re: Gigbyte G1.Sniper: Need a Little Help

    Yes, 1600-1866 would be more ideal than 2000Mhz.

    If you want some suggested settings please grab a template from my signature and give us your current settings in full, then we can advise back.

    Be sure to mention also what CPU and memory speed you want to try to run.

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    Default Re: Gigbyte G1.Sniper: Need a Little Help

    Actually, there's no need for the template. My speeds are set up the way I want them. Though once I get home (5.5 hours from now), I'll do up the template so you can let me know if anything is set incorrectly for what I have.

    I was asking if an 8-8-8-20 timing setup is better than 8-9-8-24.
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    Gigabyte G1.Sniper Rev. 1.0
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    Default Re: Gigbyte G1.Sniper: Need a Little Help

    Ahh ok, well then when you have the time, if you want.

    Yes, 888-20 is better than 8-9-8-24 if that is the same speed and same memory - running on your board.

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