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how do I change the CPU multiplier and the Ram Timings though?
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post #32 of 42
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how do I change the CPU multiplier and the Ram Timings though?
On ASUS boards, the RAM timings are usually with the chipset settings in the BiIOS. My last ASUS board didn't have a multiplier tweak that I found (not that I looked that hard).
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post #33 of 42
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Where did you get those subtimings from? I've been looking for a good set of subtimings for a while. Are those subtimings only suitable for 800mhz or doesn't it matter?

Oh and a little sidemark, 1.46v seems a lot for 3.2Ghz, I'm using 1.3v. Anything over 1.4v gives mad temps for me (hot room).
those are pretty generic and relatively loose subtimings.

I run my HK's at 30-4-3-5-9, it's really trial and error based on your particular sticks. It's easy to test these out with the program Memset.

Here's a quick pic to show where the CPU multiplier adjustment is


And here's where the mem timings are, under advanced chipset configuration. Make sure static read control is disabled too, along with Hyperpath
    
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Yeah...I found the timings but not the multiplier. Those didnt work for me as they wouldnt let the PC boot...but I was doing the ram without changing any of the CPU settings. And no multiplier change. Ill keep trying. In my defense you would think they would put RAM related values on one page and CPU related values on another...not jumble them up like this. Kinda stupid if you ask me. And I cant find where to change the Ram speed to 1:1.
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post #35 of 42
If those subtimings didn't work, give these a try. They are about as loose as you can get.

42-3-10-5-13

Or if you're willing to try really loose use

42-3-11-7-14
    
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Where is this Memset program? How do you guys manage to do this? I can only imagine how long this is going to take.
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Ok...if I leave the subtimings alone it seems to work ok. But...I set the CPU at 315 and Orthos tells me its running at 2834mhz while CPU-Z says its at 2520mhz. Is this a problem? Oh and with Orthos running and the proc under full load it didnt go above 53. Idle its at 44.
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post #38 of 42
I get the same problem with coretemp.orthos,Tat and cpu-z reading different clocks...it only happens when i lower the multi to 8 if i go 9 they all read the same..cpu-z reads what i put into bios though.
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post #39 of 42
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Originally Posted by Vertisce View Post
Ok...if I leave the subtimings alone it seems to work ok. But...I set the CPU at 315 and Orthos tells me its running at 2834mhz while CPU-Z says its at 2520mhz. Is this a problem? Oh and with Orthos running and the proc under full load it didnt go above 53. Idle its at 44.
Those are some nasty temps, what CPU cooler are you using again?

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post #40 of 42
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A Zalman 120mm cooler. Im gonna try liquid cooling I think. But I don't want to make it all complicated. Ill just get a Thermaltake Bigwater or maybe that CoolerMaster one. Ive been gaming in Vanguard all day with no temp problems...but I want to overclock a bit higher. I already downloaded memset...doesnt seem to help me much. If I apply anything it doesnt like my computer freezes anyway.
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