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Need to find timing and voltage on my memory to make correction to stop overclocking failed, need help please.

Hey there everyone I have call Asus company and ask them about the overcloking faile. They said its because of my memory. I have to find out the voltage and the timing of the memory and then make correction in bios.
I went online to check out the website on corsair vs512mb333. What I found is the voltage is 2.5, but I can't find the timing but instead I found latency 2.5-33-7-2T. The tech says to find timing and voltage and go to the bios and make changes to fit with the memory. How can I do that? I call Fry's electronic and they want to charge me $70 and BestBuy $59. Can I do this myself? Can anyone show Me?

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Dragon512, sorry boss. You have posted at least 4 problems & you never took the time to vote any of your post. You get a free answers & just blow off people.

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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    Mike Peluso Mar 23, 2008

    dragon512,

    the corsar vs512MB 333 CL2.5 will function in your board.

    Use your manual incert your memory into DIMM A1 (blue) & DIMM B1 (blue). Set everything in your bios for memory to Auto.

    You will never see the difference in preformance by over clocking your memory. Want to increase speed run 4GB of PC3200 CL2.5 Dual Matched memory. That will kick it in the pants.

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