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yea the memOK button on the sabertooth is awesome thumb.gif

what does that button do?
 
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post #1962 of 8112
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Got it up and running.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2130853

Are you on stock cooling?
post #1963 of 8112
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Originally Posted by ocmi_teddy View Post

what does that button do?

short answer, if system fails to boot, press and hold that button until the red led starts to flash and it will force settings the system can boot with.
it eliminates the need to reset your bios.
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That is awesome.
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post #1965 of 8112
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so running at 4022ghz with vcore 1.324
Bus @ 211 and Multi @ 19. Prime 95 half an hour stable.
Ram is at 1934, timing 10,11,10,30 Command Rate not showing up on CPUID
is it good or if not, how to I tighten it?

you should be able to use rated timings at 1866Mhz. I have my ram overclocked to 2000Mhz and using same timings at 1866MHz (9-10-9-27). I increased CPU/NB to 2500MHz and HT link to 2750Mhz and increased RAM voltage to 1.525. CPU/NB - 1.425v and NB-1.225v and HT link- 1.3v

Hope I could help
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post #1966 of 8112
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you should be able to use rated timings at 1866Mhz. I have my ram overclocked to 2000Mhz and using same timings at 1866MHz (9-10-9-27). I increased CPU/NB to 2500MHz and HT link to 2750Mhz and increased RAM voltage to 1.525. CPU/NB - 1.425v and NB-1.225v and HT link- 1.3v
Hope I could help

what kind of temp are you getting?

I tried some 4.2 overclock and I was surprised with 2 + increase of vcore, the temp shot up to 56 at 100% load. I just underclocked it down. I don't wanna go over 50
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post #1967 of 8112
so I just tightened my Ram timings and I boot up blazing fast now. Is that weird?
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post #1968 of 8112
No, Ram timings are a important part of getting the most out of your system. You want the tightest timings you can get for the speed your ram is running at.
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I was talking to Zvone XP, he sent me this:

(relating to bd registry patch: see here for more info http://hardwaredoken.com/blog/?p=452)
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Originally Posted by zvonexp 
Thanks for opening blog or whatever, soon you will get benchmarks

hoping he means he has benchmarks. If the almost doubled passmark score is true, Intel could be in for an ass kicking.
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Unfortunately with DDR3 RAM and higher frequencies, latencies have very little impact on system performance because the real time of one clock cycle is less than with DDR2 RAM. It would be highly unusal for you to see any significant difference in boot times by changing just the RAM latencies.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SDRAM_latency
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