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For optimal performance, you'd want to disable WR delay and set RW delay to 0. However, this may cause system instability if your DRAM module cannot handle this.

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Disable WR delay. If your system's stable, slowly reduce RW delay... stop only when you encounter instability...
 

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Originally posted by Death Metal
Kairi, could you please explain what are these, anyway? I'm curious now. :sad:
I'm just taking a stab at it... I'm not 100% that those settings are what I have in mind, but my intuition tells me that it's related to the delay time between reading and writing to a DRAM module. Usually when a CPU reads, and then writes to RAM, there's a delay time to switch between the two modes. Reducing the RW/WR delay reduces the turnaround time, and thus improve system performance. But if your DRAM module can't handle the faster turnaround time, your system may become unstable.

I know that's a lousy explanation, and a lot of hand-waving argument there, but that's... the gist of things. If anyone else can provide a more detailed explanation/correction, feel free to do so :)
 
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