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post #11 of 24
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Originally Posted by The Nemesis View Post

I can help you, I have owned all the crosshair line and still have the CIVE and CVF but first what cooling are you using? I see a single stage in you sig but I would like to know if that is what you are using and what the evap temp is idle and load. 1.6v on the cpu core is typically good for 5GHz - 5.5GHz on cold with a good chip. Key voltage settings to set and change are:
Extreme OV Disabled
CPU & NB Voltage Mode Manual
CPU Voltage 1.45
CPU/NB Voltage 1.3
CPU VDDA Auto
DRAM Voltage 1.65000
HT Voltage 1.28750
NB 1.8 Voltage 1.20000
SB 1.1 Auto
with cpu voltage increasing as you scale clocks.
Here's one of my basic bios settings for a mild OC using H50 at the time.
Code:
Extreme Tweaker
Target CPU Frequency                         4013Mhz
Target Dram Frequency                        1600
CPU Level Up                                        Auto
OC Tuner Utility
Ai Overclock Tuner                               Manual
CPU Ratio                                            20
AMD Core Technology                         Disabled
AMD Turbo Core Ratio                         N/A
CPU Bus Frequency                            200
PCIE Bus Frequency                           100
DRAM Frequency                               1600
CPU/NB Frequency                             Auto
HT Link Speed                                    Auto
 Dram Timing Configuration
CAS# Latency                                      8
RAS# to CAS# Delay                           8
RAS# PRE Time                                  8
RAS# ACT Time                                  24
READ to PRE Time                             Auto
Row Cycle Time                                  Auto
WRITE Recovery Time                        Auto
RAS# TO RAS# Delay                         Auto
READ to WRITE Delay                         Auto
WRITE To READ Delay (DD)               Auto
Write To READ Delay (SD)                   Auto
WRITE To WRITE Timing                     Auto
READ To READ Timing                        Auto
REF Cycle Time                                    Auto
Refresh Rate                                        Auto
Command Rate                                   1T
 Dram Driving Configuration
 DCT0 Information
CKE Drive Strength                           Auto
CS/ODT Drive Strength                        Auto
ADDRESS/CMD Drive Strength                   Auto
MEMCLK Drive Strength                        Auto
DATA Drive Strength                          Auto
DQS Drive Strength                           Auto
Processor ODT                                Auto
 
 DCT1 Information
CKE Drive Strength                           Auto
CS/ODT Drive Strength                        Auto
ADDRESS/CMD Drive Strength                   Auto
MEMCLK Drive Strength                        Auto
DATA Drive Strength                          Auto
DQS Drive Strength                           Auto
Processor ODT                                Auto
Extreme OV                                   Disabled
CPU & NB Voltage Mode                        Manual
CPU Voltage                                  1.45
CPU/NB Voltage                               1.3
CPU VDDA                                     Auto
DRAM Voltage                                 1.65000
HT Voltage                                   1.28750
NB 1.8 Voltage                               1.20000
SB 1.1                                       Auto
VDDR                                         Auto
VDDPCIE                                      Auto
DRAM CTRL REF                                Auto
DRAM SATA RE                                 Auto
CPU Load Line Calibtatiom                    Enabled
CPU/NB Load Line Calibtation                 Enabled
CPU Spread Spectrum                          Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum                         Disabled
 Advanced Tab - CPU Configuration
 
Microcode Updation                           Enabled
Secure Virtuual Machine Mode                 Enabled
Cool 'n' Quiet                               Disabled
ASUS Core Unlocker                           Disabled
CPU Core Activation                          Auto
2nd Core                                     N/A
3rd Core                                     N/A
4th Core                                     N/A
5th Core                                     N/A
6th Core                                     N/A
 DRAM Controller Configuration
  NorthBridge Chipset Configuration
Channel Interleaving                         Auto
MemClk Tristate C3/ATLVID                    Disabled
Memory Hole Remapping                        Enabled
DCT Unganged Mode                            Always
Power Down Enable                            Disabled

wow Nemesis looks like all my answers are here.......is this a amd bios
post #12 of 24
that was bios 1102 which is kinda old right now. I can fire board up with whatever bios you have if need be
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post #13 of 24
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Extreme OV Disabled
CPU & NB Voltage Mode Manual
CPU Voltage 1.45
CPU/NB Voltage 1.3
CPU VDDA Auto
DRAM Voltage 1.65000
HT Voltage 1.28750
NB 1.8 Voltage 1.20000
SB 1.1 Auto

im going to do this later, i see you have 2000mhz memory too
im using ocz 2000mhz for amd 890 chipset they made works very very good....
i have always wondered about dominator gt like yours, is it really really good?
post #14 of 24
Are you benching? If not yours are fine and will let you do anything you want with the ram being the bottleneck. If you are trying to bench Then I would have to let you borrow something. Micron D9's are still best for AMD benching in my opinion just hard to find right now. But you can set 2.0v on em and run 6-6-6-18 or 7-7-7-20 at 1800 and 2000MHz. smile.gif
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post #15 of 24
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looks like we have the real good stuff here in equipment, i just get in the moods for benching then change my settings...
i have the 2002 bios in my 2nd bios, the 1102 i also like i will change later tonight to 1102.
thanks for the help here im aware of the D9s chipset for memory and amd from the good old days.
i had dominatoer long ago, i gave it to my buddy for his intel worked very good for him...
is the GT dominater way advanced now better for AMD
peace......
post #16 of 24
Domminator GT's have now become like any other ram. It just depends on the IC's on 'em. I have many different kits of Dominator or GT's. Some with D9's, Hypers, and PSC's. PSC's clock high but not tight, Hypers clock high and tight but will die, D9's are tanks. smile.gif For benching, Corsair & G. Skill seem to be the ram of choice.
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post #17 of 24
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G.SKILL PIS Series 4GB Kit 2000MHz (F3-16000CL6D-4GBPIS)
i here these were really good with amd, possible d9's have you seen these or heard of them....they are no were to be found or maybe there in your amd machine:)

i have now ,OCZ 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3 2000MHz PC3-16000 Reaper HPC Edition Low Voltage Dual Channel Desktop Memory OCZ3RPR2000C8LV4GK, 240-pin, 1.65V, CL8. ds-dh........8 9 8 30
these have to have d9's they can take it over and over,there like magic to me.
just found out who has some and got another 8gigs total, 2 kits 4gig kits 2gb x 2 they come to me friday, $127. each kit.
if i were going intel, you have the board and cpu i was going to get, and the same video card matrix 580...
in a few words being an amd expert and now having intel in a few words whats the difference
thanks for the great help!
post #18 of 24
Intel is easier to overclock these days and the raw cpu performance made me abandon amd for my primary rigs. Best AMD board is the CVF. UEFI bios, native sli are reasons alone. Strange thing though, cvf won't clock my 1100T past 5.5GHz but CIVE takes it to 6.3GHz.
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post #19 of 24
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hey i flashed my bios to 3027 last night wow.... my ram timmings went to 888-20
im impressed.....i have another crosshair IV board for a back up......not too many left.
im going to use your settings maybe tonight, if i can hit 5ghz i will be impressed.
i have all my bios settings in the temp. are at default in case of an accident getting too hot so i can count on a shut off.........
please fasten your seat belts and stand bye:thumb:
post #20 of 24
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check it out cpuz link
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2190317


im using "turbo evo"
running pretty good i will make fine tuning adjustments later
thanks
Edited by EagleOne - 1/9/12 at 2:05pm
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