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Dfi ultra-d command rate option?

post #1 of 5
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I have a Dfi ultra-d mobo. And i'm trying to get past 2.8Ghz. I reckon my memory is holding me back. I want to change the command rate but i can't find it in my BIOS. I've checked in the manual and there is DRAM drive strength and Dram Data strength. Any ideas wat could be my command rate?
post #2 of 5
It is something along the lines of CPC: Enable (1T) Disable (2T)
    
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post #3 of 5
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i found CPC. this is wat the manual says:

Command Per Clock (CPC)
This field is used to enable the DRAM commands and address that
will be driven for 2 clock cycles and select the second phase of the
2 clock command and address.

so setting it to enabled will set it 2T and disabled would be 1T. and auto just being just being a pain in the butt?
post #4 of 5
Enable is 1T

Disable is 2T
    
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Opteron 148 DFI Ultra-D EVGA 7600GT KO 2x512mb Patriot LLK(TCCD) 
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250GB Samsung SP2504C XP SP2 17" CRT Zippy GSM-6600P 600W 
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Centurion 5 
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Opteron 148 DFI Ultra-D EVGA 7600GT KO 2x512mb Patriot LLK(TCCD) 
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cheers. now lets see if can get her anyfurther. rep+
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