memory latency

  beakie99 13:10 22 Jan 04
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I am currently running a system as follows:
Pentium 4 3.0 800 front side
Gigabyte 8ipe1000 pro 2 (865pe) mother board
512mb of pc3200 running on a single channel
120 gb maxtor serial ata 8mb
radeon 128 mb 9700 pro
DvD drive
52 cd writer
350 watt psu

Thinking of taking advantage of the dual memory facility. I need to know how to look up my existing memory's latency through bios. need to see if its worth buying the same module or starting from scratch?
I'm kind of worried about my power supply, is it enough?

Many thanks!

  Chegs ® 13:38 22 Jan 04

Go into your bios, under "chipset features" or something like that, it should show your timings.
If you have sisoftware sandra, that also can tell some of your timings, within windows.

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