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they arent set like that, they are set to auto in bios, i didn't change the settings like my screenshots, i reset them do default, thats why its weird

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post #22 of 60
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nevermind, I'm tripping or something. I just read JEDEC #2 on cpu-z

gonna do the stress tests now, report back in a while
post #23 of 60
you need to set the timmings, speeds, and voltage maually in the bios. The bios doesn't always set them at what they need to be. Set them at teh 9-9-9-24-2N @1600MHz and 1.5v manually.
post #24 of 60
is that 930 c0/c1 or D0 ?

if its c0/c1 forget about getting anywhere near 4.0 stable , they are a nightmare to OC..
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post #25 of 60
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it's a D0, you can see on my cpu-Z screenshot
but I don't plan to get anywhere near 4.0. just something between like 3.2 - 3.6 sounds about fine for a start. I guess you need fancy water coolers for clocks like 4.0 anyways, right?

so, sean I'll play with the bios now. I just finished testing, and the max temp was 64 degrees! lol from 100 to 64, thats worth paying for a cooler. guess I'll put an extra fan later on and try push/pull configs to see if I can drop those 4 degrees. but I was away, and didn't take the screenshot right before 5th test ended. it still have the maximum temperature values on screen though, guess it's fine, if not let me know and I'll run the tests again. here are the shots:

idle:


after 5 tests:
post #26 of 60
Nice. I'm glad it came out good.
post #27 of 60
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me too.
btw, I'm gonna set up the bios right now, so I was wondering what does the BCLK frequency does? mine is at 133, yours is set to 165, should I set like that aswell?
also, you told me to set ram timings to 9-9-9-24-2N. wich timing is that 2N? the next on the sequence? becoz its only numbers in the bios, so I'm not sure if thats needed.
thanks! gonna post pics of my bios as soon as I upload them
Edited by fael097 - 6/18/11 at 6:43pm
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that's how it is right now.
so what's next?

cheers
post #29 of 60
set the BCLK Frequency to 191, CPU Voltage to offset,in your dram timing control set DRAM Timing Mode to 2N, and then that should be fine for 4GHz. your max temp should be aout 80-85. If its more, stop and drop the frequency to 3.8GHz or to 3.6GHz by changing the BLCK frequency.
post #30 of 60
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alright! will do.
so just in case I get high temps, what would be the bclk for 3.8 or 3.6 ghz?
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