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Hi all, i'm searching the better way to overclock my new pc but i haven't success... :(:

 

I can't run @1800 7-7-7-20 2.0v because Win freeze or software like Orthos give me an error!

I also tried XMP profile but my pc not post at start!!!

I also tried FSB 450 with ratio x8 @1800 but nothing, all crash after few mins...

 

This the last cfg that i've tried and the only one that runs as well but i would overclock till 4050 with 450 FSB and ratio X9...

 

Please can someone help me? How is possibible that XMP profile not work and i have to edit manually to 7-7-7-15 1T my Corsair???

 

RAM GUY please... :(:

 

AI O/C Tuner = Manual

CPU Ratio Control = Manual

Ratio CMOS Setting = 8

FSB Strap to Northbridge = 266

FSB Frequency = 450

PCIE Frequency = 101

DRAM Frequency = DDR3-1800MHz

DRAM Command Rate = 1T

DRAM Timing Control = Manual

CAS# Latency = 7

RAS# to CAS# Relay = 7

RAS# Precharge = 7

RAS# Active Time = 15

RAS# to RAS# Delay = Auto

Row Refresh Cycle Time = Auto

Write Recovery Time = Auto

Read to Precharge Time = Auto

Write Recovery Time = Auto

Read to Precharge Time = Auto

Read to Write Delay (S/D) = Auto

Write to Read Delay (S) = Auto

Write to Read Delay (D) = Auto

Read to Read Delay (S) = Auto

Read to Read Delay (D) = Auto

Write to Write Delay (S) = Auto

Write to Write Delay (D) = Auto

DRAM Static Read Control = Disabled

DRAM Synamic Write Control = Disabled

 

Ai Clock Twister = Auto

Ai Clock Skew for Channel A = Auto

Ai Clock Skew for Channel B = Auto

Ai Transaction Booster = Auto

 

CPU Voltage = 1.30

CPU PLL Voltage = 1,60

FSB Termination Voltage=1,50

DRAM Voltage = 2.00

North Bridge Voltage = 1,61

South Bridge Voltage = 1,05

Clock Over-Charging Voltage = Auto

 

CPU Voltage Damper = Disabled

CPU Voltage Reference = Auto

North Bridge Voltage Reference = Auto

CPU Spread Spectrum = Disabled

PCIE Spread Spectrum = Disabled

 

CPU Ratio Control = Manual

Ratio CMOS Setting = 8

C1E Support = Disabled

CPU TM Function = Disabled

Vanderpool Technology = Disabled

Execute Disable Bit = Disabled

Max CPUID Value Limit = Disabled

 

Thanks to all and for the patience, i'm from Italy and my eng sucks... Sorry.

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Searching on forum i've found that:

 

Motherboard make and model: ASUS P5K3, P5E3 Premium/Deluxe !

Each pair is tested and packaged together using the following settings:

Advanced

Jumper Free

AI Overclock: Manual

CPU Control: Manual

FSB Frequency: 450 MHz

PCIE Frequency: 100 MHz

DRAM Frequency: DDR3-1800 MHz

DRAM Command Rate: 2T/2N

DRAM Timings Control: Manual

CAS# Latency:___________7

RAS# to CAS# Delay:______7

RAS# Precharge:__________7

RAS# Activate to Precharge:20

DRAM Static Read Control: Disabled

DRAM Dynamic Write Control: Disabled

CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled

PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled

CPU Voltage:__________1.500V

CPU PLL Voltage:_______1.60V

DRAM Voltage:_________2.0V

FSB Termination Voltage:_Auto

North Bridge Voltage:____1.71V

All settings not listed should be left at AUTO or BIOS Default

Maximum DDR3 recommended VDIMM: 2.00 Volts

 

My cfg compared to this one is similar: only vcore voltage and NB voltage are different... 1.71V is very high and on my mobo the colour is RED :confused:

 

What's about the FSB STRAP TO NORTHBRIDGE? I have to select AUTO?

What's about ratio? All these value are OK for 8 an 9 ratio???

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Set your Northbridge to 1.45V - 1.6V. I would not go higher than 1.55v personally.

 

Your north bridge has an internal clock speed and latencies just like your CPU and memory. The FSB of your north bridge can be found by dividing your original CPU multiplier by your set CPU multiplier and then multiplying by your FSB.

 

So if you are running a E6600 (266 * 9) at 400Mhz x 8 your NB FSB is:

 

(9 / 8) x 400 = 450Mhz FSB (1800Mhz Total)

 

Just like your memory may be able to run at 4-4-4-12 at 1000Mhz but needs to run at 5-5-5-15 at 1200Mhz, your north bridge has a series of latencies which it must adjust in order to maintain stability at its FSB. These latencies seem to play a far more significant role in system performance than memory latencies.

 

Intel has predefined specific latencies at specific NB FSB speeds. They are referred to as straps. There is a strap for when the NB FSB is 1066Mhz and under, 1333Mhz FSB and under, 1600Mhz FSB and under, ect. When you go from the 1066Mhz FSB strap to the 1333Mhz FSB strap, the north bridge's internal latencies loosen to allow for greater stability.

 

ASUS has redefined the NB strap so that the 1333Mhz FSB strap does not come into effect until 401Mhz FSB (1604Mhz). Other perimeters of straps are somewhat unknown.

 

There are 2 ways to beat the NB strap:

 

1. Boot to windows in the 1066Mhz strap and then use Clockgen to increase your CPU's FSB. You can then get to a much higher FSB while maintaining the 1066Mhz strap simply because the BIOS does not adjust the north bridge's latencies in real time.

2. Get a X6800 or QX6700 (or even a ES chip). To the north bridge, you are always at a default multiplier with a Extreme Edition processor. This allows you to set a much lower or higher multiplier without the NB FSB being effected.

 

CPU Ratio is the multiplier that when tied to the FSB gives you your speed. CPU Ratio = 9 and FSB = 266. 266 X 9 ~= 2.4Ghz which is the value of the Q6600/E6600. You overclock by raising your FSB. Many Extreme Edition CPUs have an unlocked multiplier and allow you to raise your FSB and your multiplier. Locked Core2 CPUs allow you to lower the default multiplier. Q6600/E6600 for example have a default multiplier of 9 and you can drop this to 8, 7, and 6 if you wish.

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Ok but i haven't a Intel 6600 or other, i have a QX9650 on Asus P5E3 Deluxe and my ram are Corsair DFIN PC14400 DDR3 @1800 7-7-7-20 2.0v.

 

This come from this forum:

Motherboard make and model: ASUS P5K3, P5E3 Premium/Deluxe !

Each pair is tested and packaged together using the following settings:

Advanced

Jumper Free

AI Overclock: Manual

CPU Control: Manual

FSB Frequency: 450 MHz

PCIE Frequency: 100 MHz

DRAM Frequency: DDR3-1800 MHz

DRAM Command Rate: 2T/2N

DRAM Timings Control: Manual

CAS# Latency:___________7

RAS# to CAS# Delay:______7

RAS# Precharge:__________7

RAS# Activate to Precharge:20

DRAM Static Read Control: Disabled

DRAM Dynamic Write Control: Disabled

CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled

PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled

CPU Voltage:__________1.500V

CPU PLL Voltage:_______1.60V

DRAM Voltage:_________2.0V

FSB Termination Voltage:_Auto

North Bridge Voltage:____1.71V

All settings not listed should be left at AUTO or BIOS Default

Maximum DDR3 recommended VDIMM: 2.00 Volts

 

I don't think who write the guide in this forum is crazy, right???

So, you said my NB Voltage have to be 1.55, the guide says 1.71...

 

Sry m8 but i don't understand your example. For me is enough to read how to make my pc stable @3600 or @4050 and i hope that someone can answer to me because i hope to find someone with my same hardware...

 

How is possible that in the world nobody has a QX9650 + P5E3 + Corsair my model and works at 3600 or 4050 FSB450 and ram @1800 stable???

 

I'm the only one???

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Do you have a link to that thread with the NB = 1.71v? As well, I was using the E6600 as an example of the Strapping. The theory is the same. Sorry if you can't understand it. Maybe someone else can explain it more to your understanding.

If you want to drive 1.71v into your Northbridge, be my guest.

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THAT'S INCREDIBLE: i've changed my ram from ORANGE SLOT to BLACK SLOT and now all works pretty good!

 

This is my new cfg:

O/C Tuner = Manual

CPU Ratio Control = Manual

Ratio CMOS Setting = 9

FSB Strap to Northbridge = 266

FSB Frequency = 450

PCIE Frequency = 101

DRAM Frequency = DDR3-1800MHz

DRAM Command Rate = 2T

DRAM Timing Control = Manual

CAS# Latency = 7

RAS# to CAS# Relay = 7

RAS# Precharge = 7

RAS# Active Time = 20

RAS# to RAS# Delay = Auto

Row Refresh Cycle Time = Auto

Write Recovery Time = Auto

Read to Precharge Time = Auto

Write Recovery Time = Auto

Read to Precharge Time = Auto

Read to Write Delay (S/D) = Auto

Write to Read Delay (S) = Auto

Write to Read Delay (D) = Auto

Read to Read Delay (S) = Auto

Read to Read Delay (D) = Auto

Write to Write Delay (S) = Auto

Write to Write Delay (D) = Auto

DRAM Static Read Control = Disabled

DRAM Synamic Write Control = Disabled

 

Ai Clock Twister = Auto

Ai Clock Skew for Channel A = Auto

Ai Clock Skew for Channel B = Auto

Ai Transaction Booster = Auto

 

CPU Voltage = 1.42

CPU PLL Voltage = 1,60

FSB Termination Voltage=1,34

DRAM Voltage = 2.00

North Bridge Voltage = 1,43

South Bridge Voltage = 1,05

Clock Over-Charging Voltage = Auto

 

CPU Voltage Damper (Load Line Calibration) = Disabled

CPU Voltage Reference = Auto

North Bridge Voltage Reference = Auto

CPU Spread Spectrum = Disabled

PCIE Spread Spectrum = Disabled

 

CPU Ratio Control = Manual

Ratio CMOS Setting = 9

C1E Support = Disabled

CPU TM Function = Disabled

Vanderpool Technology = Disabled

Execute Disable Bit = Disabled

Max CPUID Value Limit = Disabled

 

What do you think about? I have a daily use: only work on internet or play fps multiplayer like cod4 or bf2...

What do you think about the voltages?

 

My temperature in idle is around 34°, when i run Orthos are around 52°/58°.

I have a liquid cooler for the cpu.

 

Thank for your support again.

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THAT'S INCREDIBLE: i've changed my ram from ORANGE SLOT to BLACK SLOT and now all works pretty good!

 

This is my new cfg:

 

 

What do you think about? I have a daily use: only work on internet or play fps multiplayer like cod4 or bf2...

What do you think about the voltages?

 

My temperature in idle is around 34°, when i run Orthos are around 52°/58°.

I have a liquid cooler for the cpu.

 

Thank for your support again.

 

I think that your configuration looks very good. There are no settings that I see as being a problem.

 

Thanks for letting us know about the DRAM slots. :D:

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Mmm...:(:...i still have some problem but i don't know why and where:

 

...i'm come back home now and when i started my pc he gave me black screen!

A friend of mine say me to enable the LOAD LINE CALIBRATION so i enabled it but the next 3 times i tried to enter on my OS WIN XP my pc freezed with the blu page and the error was: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL... (????)

...then, i have disabled it again and my pc worked.

Finally, i have enabled it again and my pc worked too!!!

 

So, LOAD LINE isn't the problem of my pc!

 

Something is unstable, maybe some voltages or some features...

 

Can you ask to RAM GUY to follow my problems please?

 

I'm not good in overclock and i think i need help to raise up some voltages or enabling/disabling some features in my BIOS...

 

Last question: these blu errors could come from other hardware like GPU? Because i have 2 3870x2 in crossfire and i know the drivers aren't good...

 

What does IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL means???

 

THANK YOU. :(:

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I would drop the overclock and work your way up. Going to the top of the clock is not a good method to learn how to overclock. You would also do far better (with such new hardware) to check with:

 

http://www.overclock.net

http://www.ocforums.com

 

They will have people with your hardware there and who can help you more.

 

For the Stop errors. Click Start ---> Control Panel --> Administrative tools --> Event Viewer --> System

 

Double click on the Stop Event and post the issue here.

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Thanks again.

I'm still having problems: i run PRIME95 and after 40 mins my pc was freezed with blu screen and IASTOR.SYS error!

 

I can't believe that. Today all worked good @4050 or @3600 but now i'm still having troubles with something...

 

I'm running MEMTEST now for my 2gb of ram and the tests are gone well.

If i run Orthos Blend Test after 1 hours 0 warings and 0 errors...

I don't understand where is the problem...

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Don't get impatient. Getting a good stable overclock can take quite some time. What fun is it if you just pump some numbers in and find stability. Learn as you go along and hey, enjoy yourself. That's why we are enthusiasts. We are enthusiastic about overclocking. It's FUN :P However, if you are good on memtest and orthos, then look to other avenues. Raise your South Bridge Voltage a bit.

 

Try the latest Intel Driver:

 

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=N&ProductID=2101&DwnldID=14848&strOSs=94&OSFullName=Windows%20Server*%202003%20Standard%20Edition&lang=eng

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Nothing to do :(:, after one hour of memtest passed, my pc has freezed again when i was downloading a pic from google, getting me the blu screen with: IRQL_NOT_EQUAL_OR_LESS...

 

@3600 or @4050 i have the same problems. The only things i change when i go to @4050 are vcore voltage from 1.3 to 1.4 and xratio from 8 to 9...

Still having problems with NB at 1.43 or 1.55 or 1.61...

Load Calibration ENABLED or DISABLED is the same thing!

I'm sure only about FSB STRAP 266: if i change the value to 200/333/400 i can't boot or my pc freeze after one minute! ...but, it isn't enough for trying to understand what i have to do.

 

I'm disappoint about XMP profile that don't work.

I'm disappoint about the cfg posted by RAM GUY found on this forum that don't work.

And it's incredible that i can't find someone in the world that has QX9650 + Asus P5E3 Deluxe and Corsair Dominator DDR3 pc14400 @1800.

 

:(:

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I would do a complete fresh install of the OS to isolate prior freezes as the issue. Did you raise the SouthBridge voltage a bit?

 

My SB values are only 1.05 or 1.20.

 

Here are 2,38 a.m. and i'm very tired, tomorrow i will change the SB.

Thx and bye. :(:

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Hello world, a new day has begun and my test are running!

 

This is my new cfg and after 2 hours of test it still works pretty good.

Please make attention about red coloured lines:

 

O/C Tuner = Manual

CPU Ratio Control = Manual

Ratio CMOS Setting = 8

FSB Strap to Northbridge = 266

FSB Frequency = 450

PCIE Frequency = 100

DRAM Frequency = DDR3-1803MHz

DRAM Command Rate = 1T

DRAM Timing Control = Manual

CAS# Latency = 7

RAS# to CAS# Relay = 7

RAS# Precharge = 7

RAS# Active Time = 15

RAS# to RAS# Delay = Auto

Row Refresh Cycle Time = Auto

Write Recovery Time = Auto

Read to Precharge Time = Auto

Write Recovery Time = Auto

Read to Precharge Time = Auto

Read to Write Delay (S/D) = Auto

Write to Read Delay (S) = Auto

Write to Read Delay (D) = Auto

Read to Read Delay (S) = Auto

Read to Read Delay (D) = Auto

Write to Write Delay (S) = Auto

Write to Write Delay (D) = Auto

DRAM Static Read Control = Disabled

DRAM Synamic Write Control = Disabled

 

Ai Clock Twister = Auto

Ai Clock Skew for Channel A = Auto

Ai Clock Skew for Channel B = Auto

Ai Transaction Booster = Auto

 

CPU Voltage = 1,30

CPU PLL Voltage = 1,60

FSB Termination Voltage=1,50

DRAM Voltage = 2,0

North Bridge Voltage = 1,61

South Bridge Voltage = 1,05

Clock Over-Charging Voltage = Auto

 

CPU Voltage Damper (Load Line Calibration) = Disabled

CPU Voltage Reference = Auto

North Bridge Voltage Reference = Auto

CPU Spread Spectrum = Disabled

PCIE Spread Spectrum = Disabled

 

CPU Ratio Control = Manual

Ratio CMOS Setting = 8

C1E Support = Disabled

CPU TM Function = Disabled

Vanderpool Technology = Disabled

Execute Disable Bit = Disabled

Max CPUID Value Limit = Disabled

 

It passed 1 hour of PRIME95 test without errors or warnings...

 

It's possible that MY PROBLEM come from RAS ACTIVE TIME ???

 

Thank for helping me again... :o:

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As a general rule:

 

tRAS = tCL + tRCD + 2

 

(Cas Latency) tCL = 7

(RAS# to CAS# Delay) tRCD = 7

 

So 7 + 7 + 2 = 16

 

With new hardware such as yours, there are no real hard and fast values you can set for stability. It's a testing as you go and it takes time. Those who do not get frustrated usually persevere and usually it is stability by minutes and hours and finally 24/7.

 

When you have 8+ hours with Prime 95 small fft and large fft, then you can consider your system stable enough. I am amazed that you are finding a stability with a 1T command rate.

 

I'd love to see an Everest Bandwidth result.

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As a general rule:

 

tRAS = tCL + tRCD + 2

 

(Cas Latency) tCL = 7

(RAS# to CAS# Delay) tRCD = 7

 

So 7 + 7 + 2 = 16

 

With new hardware such as yours, there are no real hard and fast values you can set for stability. It's a testing as you go and it takes time. Those who do not get frustrated usually persevere and usually it is stability by minutes and hours and finally 24/7.

 

When you have 8+ hours with Prime 95 small fft and large fft, then you can consider your system stable enough. I am amazed that you are finding a stability with a 1T command rate.

 

I'd love to see an Everest Bandwidth result.

 

Thanks for the advice, but now i don't understand why if the rule says tRAS = tCL + tRCD + 2 this kind of ram has 20 and not 16...:confused:

 

I found the cfg with command rate 1T reading a forum so i've just tried and magically its works...

I say "it works" because with the others cfg my pc had always freezed.

Ok, i will run Prime95 for 8+ hours.

Also, i will try this cfg with 2T command rate but i'm curious about why XMP profile is set to 7-7-7-20 1T at 2.0v... XMP is set to 1T not 2T.

 

Who knows the truth? :eek:

 

P.S. SUPERPI 1mb result is 12,8 secs.

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Thanks for the advice, but now i don't understand why if the rule says tRAS = tCL + tRCD + 2 this kind of ram has 20 and not 16...:confused:

 

DDR3 might well have a different rule although the rule passed for both DDR and DDR2. DDR3 is so new that it's hard to find any hard and fast rules.

 

Nice SuperPi. I think that as time goes on, we will learn more about how to setup these state of the art DDR3 modules. There's so many different motherboards out there and at the top end of the Enthusiast market there just is not a lot of real time testing.

 

I personally will wait for another year before moving to DDR3 and Nehalem. By then all the kinks should be ironed out.

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DDR3 might well have a different rule although the rule passed for both DDR and DDR2. DDR3 is so new that it's hard to find any hard and fast rules.

 

Nice SuperPi.

 

Are you sure the rule is correct?

I have another pc with Corsair memory: XMS2 Pro Series DDr2 800mhz Pc6400 with activity led and timings are 4-4-4-12 at 2.1v and not 4-4-4-10 as the rule says: (4+4) +2... Looks: http://www.corsair.com/_datasheets/TWIN2X2048-6400C4PRO.pdf

 

12,8 superpi @3600

11,2 superpi @4050

Everest Ultimate: all the bench i'm the first place followed by 8x Xeon :p:

Temperature: idle 34/36/28/38 °celsius

Temperature after one hour of Blend Stress Prime95: 44/46/42/48 °celsius

 

See you tomorrow for 8 hours of Prime95 results.

Say me good luck! :biggrin:

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Are you sure the rule is correct?

I have another pc with Corsair memory: XMS2 Pro Series DDr2 800mhz Pc6400 with activity led and timings are 4-4-4-12 at 2.1v and not 4-4-4-10 as the rule says: (4+4) +2... Looks: http://www.corsair.com/_datasheets/TWIN2X2048-6400C4PRO.pdf

 

12,8 superpi @3600

11,2 superpi @4050

Everest Ultimate: all the bench i'm the first place followed by 8x Xeon :p:

Temperature: idle 34/36/28/38 °celsius

Temperature after one hour of Blend Stress Prime95: 44/46/42/48 °celsius

 

See you tomorrow for 8 hours of Prime95 results.

Say me good luck! :biggrin:

 

This is the DRAM settings. The rule of thumb is not the DRAM settings. So, if the DRAM is set to a higher value, and the rule of thumb is lower, you might want to test with the lower setting and see if you are stable. If you memtest stable at that setting (looped) then you are good for the go.

 

Good luck. :)

 

Do you have Everest Ultimate Edition?

 

http://s259.photobucket.com/albums/hh293/DerekT2008/?action=view&current=36-1200.jpg

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This is my last cfg:

 

O/C Tuner = Manual

CPU Ratio Control = Manual

Ratio CMOS Setting = 9

FSB Strap to Northbridge = 266

FSB Frequency = 450

PCIE Frequency = 100

DRAM Frequency = DDR3-1803MHz

DRAM Command Rate = 1T

DRAM Timing Control = Manual

CAS# Latency = 7

RAS# to CAS# Relay = 6

RAS# Precharge = 5

RAS# Active Time = 18

RAS# to RAS# Delay = Auto

Row Refresh Cycle Time = Auto

Write Recovery Time = Auto

Read to Precharge Time = Auto

Write Recovery Time = Auto

Read to Precharge Time = Auto

Read to Write Delay (S/D) = Auto

Write to Read Delay (S) = Auto

Write to Read Delay (D) = Auto

Read to Read Delay (S) = Auto

Read to Read Delay (D) = Auto

Write to Write Delay (S) = Auto

Write to Write Delay (D) = Auto

DRAM Static Read Control = Disabled

DRAM Synamic Write Control = Disabled

 

Ai Clock Twister = Auto

Ai Clock Skew for Channel A = Auto

Ai Clock Skew for Channel B = Auto

Ai Transaction Booster = Auto

 

CPU Voltage = 1.45

CPU PLL Voltage = 1,60

FSB Termination Voltage=1,50

DRAM Voltage = 2,02

North Bridge Voltage = 1,61

South Bridge Voltage = 1,05

Clock Over-Charging Voltage = Auto

 

CPU Voltage Damper (Load Line Calibration) = Disabled

CPU Voltage Reference = Auto

North Bridge Voltage Reference = Auto

CPU Spread Spectrum = Disabled

PCIE Spread Spectrum = Disabled

 

CPU Ratio Control = Manual

Ratio CMOS Setting = 9

C1E Support = Disabled

CPU TM Function = Disabled

Vanderpool Technology = Disabled

Execute Disable Bit = Disabled

Max CPUID Value Limit = Disabled

 

It runs @4050, memory @1803 7-6-5-18 1T at 2.02v

Superpi 1mb = 11,2sec

Everest Latency = 47,2ns - always 1st place in every Everest bench! :eek:

Temperature IDLE around 36°

Temperature cpu 100% and ram 100& stressed around 56°

 

What do you think about?

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This is my last cfg:

 

It runs @4050, memory @1803 7-6-5-18 1T at 2.02v

Superpi 1mb = 11,2sec

Everest Latency = 47,2ns - always 1st place in every Everest bench! :eek:

Temperature IDLE around 36°

Temperature cpu 100% and ram 100& stressed around 56°

 

What do you think about?

 

:biggrin:

 

Very pretty indeed. Save those settings :p:

 

Right click on the Everest Icon in the system tray. Choose Tools --> Cache and Memory Benchmark. Please post the results.

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Hi all...

I did MEMTEST86+ this morning and it found a lot of errors!!!

I had my corsair in dual-channel both on black slots.

 

Then, i tried each memory on every slot and the result was:

the first one works and passed all the tests...but the other stick had problem because MEMTEST86+ found errors at test4...

 

What does it means?

 

Now, i'm trying onother pair of Corsair, same model in the same black slots and they works fine!!!

 

Please help.

 

AFTER one hour: i can't work with the new pair of memory because my pc still freeze and i need a new cfg. The same settings doesn't works with this two new memory and now is impossible for me to restart every tests for find the stability!!!

I don't understand: my pc with the last memory worked very very good but memtest86+ found errors on a stick but on winxp it works well in every test...

Then, new memory works really bad in every test but memtest86+ finished without errors... It's very strange!!!

 

My last memory worked at 7-6-5-18 this new NO.

My last memory worked on Orthos, Prime95, Superpi and Everest but this new memory NO.

The only difference between these 2 pair of memory is in the name: the first one name finishes wih DFIN and the second one name finishes with DFG but there are made for work at 7-7-7-20 at 2.0v...

Oh my God, that's incredible!!!

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