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  1. pacca

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    I'm running vista HP 64bit on a dell xps 420 Intel q6600 quad,added 2gb of
    ram to total of 6gb,all Kingston memory 800 mgh,now my vista memory score
    went down from 5.6 to 5.5,latency is 5.What gives,Thanks
     
    pacca, Sep 3, 2009
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  2. pacca wrote:
    > I'm running vista HP 64bit on a dell xps 420 Intel q6600 quad,added 2gb
    > of ram to total of 6gb,all Kingston memory 800 mgh,now my vista memory
    > score went down from 5.6 to 5.5,latency is 5.What gives,Thanks


    Use CPU-Z to look at the CL value of your DDR2 RAM modules....

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    Man-wai Chang On +MS=V32B, Sep 3, 2009
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  3. pacca

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    yeah cpu-z shows cl 6 on 2gb ram--shows cl 5 on 1gb of ram,that sure is
    false advertisement on Kingston part,they show a latency of 5 on the 2gb
    modules
    "Man-wai Chang On +MS=V32B" <> wrote in message
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    > pacca wrote:
    >> I'm running vista HP 64bit on a dell xps 420 Intel q6600 quad,added 2gb
    >> of ram to total of 6gb,all Kingston memory 800 mgh,now my vista memory
    >> score went down from 5.6 to 5.5,latency is 5.What gives,Thanks

    >
    > Use CPU-Z to look at the CL value of your DDR2 RAM modules....
    >
    > --
    > @~@ Might, Courage, Vision, SINCERITY.
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    pacca, Sep 3, 2009
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  4. pacca wrote:
    > yeah cpu-z shows cl 6 on 2gb ram--shows cl 5 on 1gb of ram,that sure is
    > false advertisement on Kingston part,they show a latency of 5 on the 2gb
    > modules


    In general, CL 6 is slower than CL 5. And when you use SPD for the
    motherboard to detect the RAMs, it will choose the slowest CL, which is
    CL 6 in your case.

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    Man-wai Chang On +MS=V32B, Sep 3, 2009
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  5. Man-wai Chang On +MS=V32B wrote:
    > pacca wrote:
    >> yeah cpu-z shows cl 6 on 2gb ram--shows cl 5 on 1gb of ram,that sure
    >> is false advertisement on Kingston part,they show a latency of 5 on
    >> the 2gb modules

    >
    > In general, CL 6 is slower than CL 5. And when you use SPD for the
    > motherboard to detect the RAMs, it will choose the slowest CL, which is
    > CL 6 in your case.
    >


    Check if your BIOS support memory overclocking. Try setting the CL 6 RAM
    to CL 5 (no guarantee it would work).

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    Man-wai Chang On +MS=V32B, Sep 5, 2009
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