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Subject: In that case if
Name: ludicrous
Date: 5/22/2001 3:12:06 PM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: Cas 2 or 3 memory posted by Chad

you buy CAS 2 the BIOS will identify it as such and run it at CAS 2. However the setting sometimes exists but under many different and strange names, look for any settings that relate to SDRAM or memory timing and have "2" or "3" as options.

Another factor that was not discussed in that earlier thread, but I am sure I have heard it here or at LC from those who should know, is that between two otherwise identical systems, one running CAS 3 memory and the other running CAS 2, the system with the CAS 2 memory will have a small, but noticeable, stability advantage.

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