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Recently I bought DDR3 1600 4 * 4GB Rams, the manufacturer has mentioned the Ram timing as

Timing 9-9-9-24-2N

but the CPU-Z shows the timing as

11-11-11-28

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SPD tab shows(All four slots shows identical data)

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Is anything wrong in my bios or am I check at the wrong place.

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As you can see in SPD tab > Timings table > 4th column, in order for the RAM module to run at 9-9-9-24-2N, it must be in XMP-1600 profile. The BIOS automatically uses one of the JEDEC profiles, so you will have to go into BIOS settings and enable this profile for all modules.

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