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post #3161 of 5659
Maybe you should try to get them to post at reference first (4-4-4-12-2T at 2.2v).

According to your sig (367FSB), you have 1468 set in BIOS for FSB, so in RAM you will set 734, leaving it UNLINKED. This will give you 1:1 because 1468/4=367 FSB and 734/2=367 RAM.

**EDIT: Lilratt, that link is making me nervous. I don't think I have the skills for that, but thanks all the same! +REP! Is this the one I should get? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16829102014 I like it because my current front output jacks are... jacked...

**EDIT 2: That has been purchased. I now must wait patiently and hope NewEgg ships it by COB.
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Originally Posted by USlatin View Post
I am still crying... where is my pat on my shoulder?
hehehe

so I still don't get it I guess. cause I tried all of these and didn't even get though post!

3-3-3-5-1T
4-4-4-12-1T
3-3-3-5-2T

how do I set 1:1?
If u'r looking for tight timings, set memory @ 734 with timings @ 3-Auto-A-A-A, and try to get it stable with voltages (MEM, NB, HT), then start tightening your other delays. Good luck
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Dosto... I talked to DJ Bear and he will do the mod, but I don't remember where he lives... it might be pricy.... but it is worth it... get an Extreme Music or Extreme Gamer and them ask him.... well worth.

Ratt, thanks for your time! Dosto same! Rep+ for both obviously!

I did a full pass at 3-3-3-9-1T 726MHz with 2.2Vdim

the numbers got better...
9322 to 9430
2296 to 2561
53.0 to 50.7

a 1M of 15.672

But I still have to run Prime... lets hope there is a bit of stable performance to be had! even if only this much...
Then I gotta set the CPU back to 3.3GHz and see if the RAM timings hold up... I hope so, that should be a nice tiny little boost if they do... then when I get the ABIT I will have to do it all over again, but now I get it!

Reppage++++
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I am sad to say that my temporary OC will be 4-4-4-12-2T 1000MHz anyway because one of the cores stopped at 19 minutes with 3-3-3-9-1T 726MHz...

it seems there isn't no more performance to be had from the RAM (not much anyway) so off to ABIT-land I must go... but I'll be back for the newer boards ASUS FTW (unless your board pukes and pees on itself )

This means that instead of the better 15.672 sec 1M I was hoping would be stable I am now going to be running at 15.718 sec... not a big deal but worth trying... I'll put more time into it when I OC at the 3.6GHz level... (or hopefully 3.8! )
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Maybe you can up the voltage a teeny bit... I run my G.Skills at 2.15, which is .05 over reference.

DJ.BigBear is in Indonesia! Yikes... the FedEx fees alone! I will have to see how bad the sound is first... I think NewEgg got it shipped off already. Preferred account = FTW!

Thanks anyway for the referral! REP+
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Hi all,

I upgraded to 4GB of RAM today, and ended up purchasing a matched pair of the exact same XMS2 PC6400 Cas5 DIMM's I've been useing since September 2006. Anyway, the point of my post is to point out a little issue I overcame when I first installed them. My older DIMM's were in slots A1 and B1, and seeing as the new DIMM's were the same speed, timeings, and brand, I thought there would be no problems putting them into the vacant A2 and B2 slots. At first my system wouldn't even post and at this point I thought that my overclock settings weren't right for 4GB of RAM, so to be on the safe side I reverted all BIOS settings to default. After making the changes in my BIOS, I did manage to POST but I'd get a BSOD as Windows tried to boot.

At this point I thought that I may have purchased a set of faulty DIMM's and was about to break out the floppy drive to run memtest86+ when I suddenly thought to try switching the DIMM's around, even though they were all the same spec. I put my new DIMM's into slots A1 and A2, and my older pair into B1 and B2. My system booted and has been running fine since. Moral of the story? Make sure you never overlook basic troubleshooting methods, even when dealing with DIMM's of the exact same spec.
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Hi. An interesting quad OC story:

During my lunch break (I took an extra-long one), I installed a Zalman 9700 onto my wife's computer & decided to switch back to my QX6700 (I had been playing with her E6750 for about a week).

Previously, I had not been able to transcend the 3.6 barrier on the QX6700 with either FSB or multi no matter how high vCore was. But, I had no problem blasting through 3.8GHz on the E6750, largely by following Robilar's suggestion to overvolt the NB to 1.45 when going over 400FSB.

Today - after I had switched back to my QX6700 - I smashed through my previous wall, and am currently running a very handsome 3.67 using 11x333. The reason? I think it's because I forgot to switch the NB back to 1.40 (I was in a rush to get back to work).

I know those of you with G0 quads with locked multis are wondering why this might apply to you, but if you think about how much more a quad would drain off the NB than a C2D at the same FSB, you might consider that overvolting the NB would be a good idea.

That's the reason I've been running my QX6700 at 3.52 until today, and I attach the proof. I offer no guarantee of the stability, but I have - until now - not been able to POST, let alone boot to Vista - with anything approaching 3.6, even with vCore cranked through the roof.

Disregard the CPU-Z vCore. My actual is 1.4875.

Cheers,

d

***EDIT: I haven't Orthos'ed it yet, but I did manage to squeeze out a quick 3dm... it's in my sig & I think I'm SO close to 14000, it would be a shame not to try & get there. I'd be on-par with some SLI'ed 8800s if I pulled that one off! New validated CPU-Z in my sig, too for informational purposes.

***EDIT 2: 2 hrs Orthos stable at 3.67! I do not want anything more out of this beast... if only two hours more, I will be square... or quad... or something...
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Hi everyone,

I've been following this thread for quite some time now, to find hints and answers to my problems.

I have been trying to break my own little 3.0ghz wall for quite some time now. But for now, the only combo that seems stable is 3 Ghz with 5:4 Linked so my mem runs @ 1066mhz

I was able to get 5-5-5-12 2T on my OCZ Reapers PC8500, but thats about it. As soon as i change my FSB higher than 1334, my system gets unstable.

I also tried mem unlinked, mem @ 1066 and raising the FSB, again unstable over 3.0ghz

My voltages are:
1.48
2.10
1.35
1.50
1.50
1.55

Anyone got some hints.. i think im missing something with the whole mem thing.. Linked, Unlined, Synced.. etc..

U can check my system specs below.

Grats to everyone who seems to be more succesful than me, i've seen some nice OC's here
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Hi everyone,

I've been following this thread for quite some time now, to find hints and answers to my problems.

I have been trying to break my own little 3.0ghz wall for quite some time now. But for now, the only combo that seems stable is 3 Ghz with 5:4 Linked so my mem runs @ 1066mhz

I was able to get 5-5-5-12 2T on my OCZ Reapers PC8500, but thats about it. As soon as i change my FSB higher than 1334, my system gets unstable.

I also tried mem unlinked, mem @ 1066 and raising the FSB, again unstable over 3.0ghz

My voltages are:
1.48
2.10
1.35
1.50
1.50
1.55

Anyone got some hints.. i think im missing something with the whole mem thing.. Linked, Unlined, Synced.. etc..

U can check my system specs below.

Grats to everyone who seems to be more succesful than me, i've seen some nice OC's here
Try to set you'r memory @ 960 or 940 unlinked and 2.17,timmings go like this,4 4 4 12 1T.
NB@1.40
SB@1.40
I have the same memory and that's my settings.Hope it help.
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Dosto.... USPS is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay cheaper for international shipping!


I suspect somewhere around $20-25!


Start off by purchasing an X-Fi from the Egg... and also don't do the mod unless you have a decent-great-spectacular set of speakers...

but if all above is satisfied, GO FOR IT!

50% of all you feel when you watch a movie is initiated by sound!
in games there is a big chunk of the pie associated with your imput and success-failure.... but the visual to audio ratio remains.... 50 - 50

not 60 - 40... not 51 - 49.... 50-50
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