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Changing Memory Timings

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Ok the advertised timings on my new Corsair XMS memory was 2-3-3-6. Well I run CPU-Z when I first installed it. It was saying 3-3-3-8. Well many people said their timings were off to on this memory and they set it to the correct timing. Well I figured out how to do it and I set mine for the advertised timing too. It seems to be running fine. Is this really safe to do? It won't void the warranty since it is the adverised timing will it? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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I have my memory settings set to Automatic. I have set them to what the memory is supposed to be but didn't notice a difference. I think playing with the memory settings usually aids overclocking. If it's running good I see no reason to change mine.

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It should have no trouble running at whatever they rate it at. If it does, get them to replace yours.

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