Jessgus 12:38 07 Feb 08

In my bios set up under 'chipset features set up', appears ***dram timing*** and below that 'top performance : disabled'. Is there likely to be be a special reason for this?
Would I gain anything by changing it to 'enable' or just blow something up?

  keef66 13:16 07 Feb 08

depends on what they mean by top performance. It sounds like it should tighten up the memory timings which could make your pc a tiny bit quicker. Alternatively it could make it unstable. My guess is you won't notice any difference.

On mine once I switched to 'performance settings' in bios, and it made it slower cos it dropped the fsb from 133 down to 100mhz!

Personally I'd say if it's working then don't go messing about in the bios

  Technotiger 13:19 07 Feb 08

If it aint broke, don't fix it!!

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