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DD3 and socket AMD3 and AM3+

Question asked by hardcoregames™ on Oct 28, 2015

I have accumulated several sticks of DDR3 in my shop, price rot etc has meant my tray has more sticks than every.


I have had some real problems with mixing memory in my M5A99FX PRO R2.0 due to BIOS problems


The BIOS uses horrible 11-11-11-30 at DDR3-1333 when I have memory working fine at 8-8-8-20


The difference in timing is rather extreme, the better timing means a massive boost in speed


My old Alpida memory is DDR3-1066 but it works fine at DDR3-1333 speeds

My KIngston memory is DDR3-1600 and it does not work right at DDR3-1600 speeds, I have to use the memory at DDR3-1333 for it to operate

My G.SLILL memrot is DDR3-2133 and it has 9 timing entries


At least my motherboard has manual timing capability, makes it a lot easier to get memory working right