Originally Posted by mynm
I tested it in may, so if I remember correctly with 1125 modded timings to the 1500 strap and 1500 timings to the 1625 strap or the stock timings, I was getting lower scores than with 1125 modded timings to 1500 and 1625 straps. With the 1125 timings to 1425 and 1500 strap I was getting errors and artifacts, not with the 1125 modded timings to the 1500 strap and 1625 strap to stock timings like I said befores.
I see errors, but is been stable for months.
I have the same memory as you so I have the same timings for the 1500 strap, not the ones for the 285.
That timings is your 380 bios you sent me, it has different timings. Unless your using a different rom?
Mynm_stock.zip 42k .zip file
Tighter timings means errors but maybe faster but errors actually reduces fps, by as much as 1-5 fps depending on how many errors. 222 could be possibly 1-2 fps.
By using my timings, it should be error free.
Looser timings means less or no errors at all.
Tight means running a lower clock timings on a higher clock & Loose means running a higher clock timings use on a lower actual frequency.
Tight = errors : less stable
Loose = no errors : more stable
By the way Its not possible to use 1125mhz timings on the 1500mhz strap, far too tight timings for that high a clock. I tried it, one 1 strap below possible for tight timings testing. However loose can hop like 7 straps below.
Only 1 strap below is possible... ie 1125 timings for 1250mhz or 1375mhz timings for 1500mhz...
However for loose timings, you can use 2,000mhz timings all the way down to 1400mhz, zero errors extra stable extra consistent... No errors means completing each read & write flawlessly.