Well. rebuilding my brother pc, ECS N2U-400a mb with AMD XP2200. I reset the bios and forgot that the ram needs to be manually set up on this mb. Of course he lost the paper that came with the ram to clock it right. The ram is Kingston PC2700 DDR 333 CL2.5... Anyone know what the timing needs to be set at??

ttt from a newb, great site btw.

Heres a quote from the book of what i have

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Processor
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The motherboard uses a 462-pin Socket that has the following features:
• Supports 400/333/266/200 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB)
• Accommodates AMD Athlon XP/Sempron/Athlon/Duron CPU
• 200/166/133 MHz DDR (Double Data Rate) transfer on Athlon XP/Sempron/Athlon/Duron CPU address and data buses
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Chipset
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The motherboard integrates the NVIDIA<SUP>® nForceTM 2 Ultra-400 Northbridge and NVIDIA® nForceTM MCP Southbridge chipsets. A few of the chipset’s advanced features are:
• High speed 800MB/sec HyperTransportTM interface to the MCP Southbridge
• 200/166/133 MHz DDR (Double Data Rate) transfer on Athlon XP/Sempron/Athlon/Duron CPU address and data buses
• 8x AGP 3.0 interface at 533 MHz
• PCI 2.2 compatible interface supporting 5 PCI slots
• Dual fast ATA-133 IDE controllers
• 10/100BaseT
• USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller Interface (EHCI)/Open Host Controller Interface (OHCI) controller
• Dual System Management Bus (SMBus) controllers
• AC’97 interface supporting up to two concurrent codes
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Memory
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The motherboard supports three 184-pin DDR SDRAM DIMM slots, which accommodates 3GB for PC1600/2100/2700 (2GB for PC3200). It also features dual-channel mode of 128-bit data transfer rate.
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