Summer-Boy Posted March 16, 2005 Share Posted March 16, 2005 Hi all, being kind of new to the overclocking community i have been reading alot the past few weeks. Turning now to the memory area, i have read almost the whole forums, but i cannot really compromise the tons of information, so i decided to post my config and ask you guyz for advise on the dos and don'ts :). So here we go. I am running currently an ASUS A8N sli deluxe with 2 VS512MB400 sticks on row A1 and B1 for dual channel support. Having set everything to Auto works fine and now i want to play around with the RAM settings to see where it gets me. First of all: Is there any setting which would be a big NO WAY in terms of damaging RAM? I was thinking to play around with anything but the voltage set, which seemed likely to be the best way to get it fried? My bios is currently Ver. 1006 DRAM Settings read like this, current settings underlined, but i am hoping to get some answers like "try this ....", "this is not useful to do...", "recommended is this..." and "do not ever do this..." Memory Hole for PCI MMIO - [disabled/enabled] Max Memclock (Mhz) - [Auto/DDR-200/-266/-333/-400/-433/-466/-500/-533/-600] 1T/2T Memory Timing - [Auto /1T/2T] CAS# latency (Tcl) - [Auto /2.0/2.5/3] RAS# to CAS# delay (Trcd) - [Auto /2/3/4/5/6/7] Min RAS# active Time (Tras) - [Auto /5/6/7/8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15] Row precharge Time (Trp) - [Auto /2/3/4/5/6] Row cycle Time (Trc) - [Auto /7/8/9/10/11/12/3] Row refresh cycle Time (Trfc) - [Auto /9/10/11/12/13/14/15] Write Recovery Time (Twr) - [Auto /2/3] Read-to-write Delay (Trwt) - [Auto /1/2/3/4/5/6] I have set the overclocking profile to [Manual], so i could set the DDR Voltage to a fixed 2.7 Volts which i learned from the forums is best for the VS512MB400 sticks. Rest in the overclocking profile is standard. Ok, thats about it, would be great for anything you guyz can provide on information :). Thank you very much in advance. Summer Boy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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