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You don't have to downclock it. It runs auto at 800 Mhz with the supported potential to run at up to 1066. I've run it at 5-5-5-15 2T @ 1066 and where I currently run it 4-4-4-8 1T @ 800 Mhz and in all benches the 1T and tighter timings make a signifigant difference.
How do you set the speed and the 1T part?

Do you have a screenshot for me
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How do you set the speed and the 1T part?

Do you have a screenshot for me
As for the speed, if you mean the Mhz the ram runs at you set that in your advanced tweaker > FSB and Memory Config

As for the Timings/CMD Rate (ie 1T) you can go into advanced tweaker in your bios again > overclocking > Memory Settings (i think) and there should be your tCL-tRCD-tRP-tRAS which correlate to the 5-5-5-12 respectively. and just below the tRAS is a Command Rate (CMD) setting that is your 1T or 2T.

hope this was what you were asking.
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and I just enter 5-5-5-12 in each setting? and then the 1T ?

My other question is the 3 settings for the PCI-E (they are default 100) what happens if I increase these?
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and I just enter 5-5-5-12 in each setting? and then the 1T ?

My other question is the 3 settings for the PCI-E (they are default 100) what happens if I increase these?
Yup, thats all that needs to be done. im sure you could get your ram going at the timings and speed that Rolibar suggested (4-4-4-8 1T @ 800Mhz) as i can do that with my patriot 8500 that has been mentioned earlier on as perhaps not the best.

However, ive only run orthos for 1 hr so far with that and 1 pass of memtest

Is there a recommended stress to determine completely stable memory?
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How do you set the speed and the 1T part?

Do you have a screenshot for me
You need to go to Extreme Tweaker -> Overclocking -> Memory Timeing Setting in the BIOS.



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and I just enter 5-5-5-12 in each setting? and then the 1T ?
Yes, in that order downwards on the Memory Timing Settings. 1T/2T is the 5th timing from the top.



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My other question is the 3 settings for the PCI-E (they are default 100) what happens if I increase these?
Increaseing the PCI-Express frequency will increase the bandwidth of any device connected to each slot. However, I wouldn't recommend going above 118Mhz as the more you raise bandwidth, the greater the chance you could damage your cards or the motherboard.

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Is there a recommended stress to determine completely stable memory?
I would recommend running the Blend test in Orthos for about 6 hours or so to ensure stability. After this I usually run memtest86+ and let it pass through a few cycles.
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First, 800 mhz at 1T and right timings is better than 1066 mhz (or whatever and loose timings). That said you can experiment but if you can run 4-4-4-12 (or 10) @ 1T @ 800 Mhz with this ram, it will be very fast. Make sure you are unlinked and push your cpu as it will give you the most benefits.

4-4-4-12 1T is very fast but i'm wondering what is faster (sorry i'm a noob here :S) 3.2ghz 1600fsb with 800mhz ram 4-4-4-12 1T or 3ghz 1500fsb with 1066mhz ram 4-4-4-12 2T?

Again, sorry the noob inside me wants to compare
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4-4-4-12 1T is very fast but i'm wondering what is faster (sorry i'm a noob here :S) 3.2ghz 1600fsb with 800mhz ram 4-4-4-12 1T or 3ghz 1500fsb with 1066mhz ram 4-4-4-12 2T?

Again, sorry the noob inside me wants to compare
Download Sandra Lite:
http://www.sisoftware.net/index.html...64&langx=en&a=

Run the memory bandwidth test for your memory clocks in question, that'll tell you which is faster, (I'll bet it's the 1T values, 1T is very fast).

Also, make sure to run memtest86+ on any settings you seem to be happy with to ensure stability. Keep decreasing Vdimm until memtest starts to show errors, then go back up one notch...

You want to try and keep your memory voltage as low as possible especially with D9's..
    
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Download Sandra Lite:
http://www.sisoftware.net/index.html...64&langx=en&a=

Run the memory bandwidth test for your memory clocks in question, that'll tell you which is faster, (I'll bet it's the 1T values, 1T is very fast).

Also, make sure to run memtest86+ on any settings you seem to be happy with to ensure stability. Keep decreasing Vdimm until memtest starts to show errors, then go back up one notch...

You want to try and keep your memory voltage as low as possible especially with D9's..
Sounds cool, downloaded it not too long ago but i have tried any of the tests yet. I'm just looking at you guys who have pc-8000 with your cpus. I feel quiet small with a E6420 with Pc6400. This is why i'm thinking if I send back my ram and get a PC-8000 then I would be better off?
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