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Same computer, Different build. I think I might have something deeper than I can see that is wrong or missing.

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I've had this build for quite some time and I love it all. But Im still pretty fresh to OC'ing and to be honest. I don't know good numbers from bad. I love to tinker and tweak. But I need to know good from bad. Could anyone take a look at these pictures and maybe give me some tips?
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Those ram timings seem a lot looser than what you normally get out of DDR1600 not a big deal. The 1.5v seems high, where you under full load when you snapped the screen shot? I don't think that you where because pi says that it is done. So run pi again and then just post your validation not all the screen shots since that is the only that is going to change.

As for the timing 9-10-9-27 is common for 1866 and you are at 1600. I would try booting with 9-9-9-26 and your OC temporarily shut off. Then do some memory stress testing to make sure it is still stable.
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Those ram timings seem a lot looser than what you normally get out of DDR1600 not a big deal. The 1.5v seems high, where you under full load when you snapped the screen shot? I don't think that you where because pi says that it is done. So run pi again and then just post your validation not all the screen shots since that is the only that is going to change.

As for the timing 9-10-9-27 is common for 1866 and you are at 1600. I would try booting with 9-9-9-26 and your OC temporarily shut off. Then do some memory stress testing to make sure it is still stable.

I was not at full load. I was actually at maybe 30% load. (CPU) and 45% (RAM)
Here's my newbie side coming in. Where do I go in the Bios to change the Timings?
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Those ram timings seem a lot looser than what you normally get out of DDR1600 not a big deal. The 1.5v seems high, where you under full load when you snapped the screen shot? I don't think that you where because pi says that it is done. So run pi again and then just post your validation not all the screen shots since that is the only that is going to change.

As for the timing 9-10-9-27 is common for 1866 and you are at 1600. I would try booting with 9-9-9-26 and your OC temporarily shut off. Then do some memory stress testing to make sure it is still stable.

I was not at full load. I was actually at maybe 30% load. (CPU) and 45% (RAM)
Here's my newbie side coming in. Where do I go in the Bios to change the Timings?


Umm depends... usually on the page with all the voltages and called dram timing when you click on it then it opens a page with tons of timings. You only want to change the first 4. I am fairly certain you will be able to hit those timings.

Is the ram you purchased 1866 ram? Because sometimes the ram companies don't bother putting decent profiles on the lower speeds so you have to manually enter everything.

Also what is your core voltage under full load.
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Umm depends... usually on the page with all the voltages and called dram timing when you click on it then it opens a page with tons of timings. You only want to change the first 4. I am fairly certain you will be able to hit those timings.

Is the ram you purchased 1866 ram? Because sometimes the ram companies don't bother putting decent profiles on the lower speeds so you have to manually enter everything.

Also what is your core voltage under full load.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145345 (My RAM)
Dont trust my Build that I have on my profile. I was just too lazy to correct it.

My Voltage stays the same at full load. I've turned off the Thermal control. (Moar Powa)
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Originally Posted by givmedew View Post

Umm depends... usually on the page with all the voltages and called dram timing when you click on it then it opens a page with tons of timings. You only want to change the first 4. I am fairly certain you will be able to hit those timings.

Is the ram you purchased 1866 ram? Because sometimes the ram companies don't bother putting decent profiles on the lower speeds so you have to manually enter everything.

Also what is your core voltage under full load.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145345 (My RAM)
Dont trust my Build that I have on my profile. I was just too lazy to correct it.

My Voltage stays the same at full load. I've turned off the Thermal control. (Moar Powa)

So your voltage is 1.5v? It seems high but I could be wrong. My experiences where with Thuban not Deneb.
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