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I am trying to get my Gskill hz to work at pc1000 500hz each. What timings would be good? The ran will not run stable at 4-4-4-12-6-32-10-10-10-11 unless i go over 2.3v and i will not.
I don't use 4-4-4-12 for 1000mhz, I use 4-4-3-5 at 1,000mhz with 2.30v.

What you probably didn't know it's that the P5B-Deluxe has a Vdroop of 0.05v for the Vdimm, therefore when you set the 2.30v in the BIOS, it will actually boot at 2.25v.

It all starts after 2.15v, and when you set it to 2.25v, you'll see 2.20v and 2.30v, you'll see 2.25 and so on till you get to 2.40v.

2.25v for 1,000mhz is not bad, my HKs do it with a 2.35v which shows 2.30v in the BIOS.
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im limited to 2.1v dues to my mobo so for DDR2 1000 I have to push timings to 5-5-5-15
    
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so nasgul, what your saying is just bump my vcore up a little and see if it will work? I am afraid to go up to 2.3 because i have read online that running the d9 chip at 2.3 for a few months will blow it up. I read this on a few forums. I guess if there is a .5 drop it will help.
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UPDATE
I have my system still running as it was posted before, 3.6ghz and 1000mhz at 5-5-5-15
I downloaded the windows memory test and i passed 2 loops no problems. I also did dual prime 95 with no problems for almost 2 hours. But when i use orthos my computer will shut down sometimes and ill get a blue screen with code for like 1 second. Orthos does not say there is a problem, it just shuts down...anyone know why or is that bad?
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Orthos is weird..I can run it stable for 2-3hrs on my Q4..but then taking a screen shot will cause a re-boot..***? I can stress test with combinations of other programs together..ie: Prime95 blend test, while running 12mill Superpi..etc. But Orthos for some reason doesnt sit well.
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i can run mem test in windows through 3 cycles with no errors, and i can run prime 95 dual high fft for 5 hours no problem. but when i run orthos i get stopped hardware failor. So what i have done is up my voltage on both my ram and my cpu. Cpu is 1.55 and ram is 2.25, if it then passes orthos, i know that one of the two were hungry for volts, and figure it out that way.
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Dude every stick will run a bit different as I'm sure you know. Try these settings as they work great for me.

1st. Set you voltage to about 2.3 (I was lucky to get to 1000 with 2.2)
2nd. Set your timings to 5-4-4-5 (That 1st number makes a world of difference with stability)
3rd. Set your FSB to 500 and see what you get. It should work almost perfect right off the bat. I am on my third set of HZ so I have a good idea of how they function. I have been running at these settings for about three months w/o any problems.
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i can run mem test in windows through 3 cycles with no errors, and i can run prime 95 dual high fft for 5 hours no problem. but when i run orthos i get stopped hardware failor. So what i have done is up my voltage on both my ram and my cpu. Cpu is 1.55 and ram is 2.25, if it then passes orthos, i know that one of the two were hungry for volts, and figure it out that way.
Orthos is the stress testing Devil. It's the most vicious most rigorous test you can run.

Btw 1.55 Vcore is ALOT What O/c do you have on that?

Something makes me think by upping your Vcore isn't helping IMO..
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Dude every stick will run a bit different as I'm sure you know. Try these settings as they work great for me.

1st. Set you voltage to about 2.3 (I was lucky to get to 1000 with 2.2)
2nd. Set your timings to 5-4-4-5 (That 1st number makes a world of difference with stability)
3rd. Set your FSB to 500 and see what you get. It should work almost perfect right off the bat. I am on my third set of HZ so I have a good idea of how they function.
You start out by saying they are all different...and then tell him to use 2.3v for a CAS5 operation? Most all HZ users will tell you that CAS4 and 1000mhz are very do-able....and setting your mobo to 500FSB might not be such a great idea either..depending on your experience with you mobo and cpu.
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You start out by saying they are all different...and then tell him to use 2.3v for a CAS5 operation? Most all HZ users will tell you that CAS4 and 1000mhz are very do-able....and setting your mobo to 500FSB might not be such a great idea either..depending on your experience with you mobo and cpu.
Are you taking shots at me??

Anyway any OCer nows that normally you loosen your timmings to 5-5-5-15 before you OC. Also I did state that setting it to 5 will help greatly as far stability goes. 500 FSB on a P5B should be easy right and if not then set up a 4:5 divider and set the FSB to 400 and bam you have 500 on the RAM side and 400 on the CPU side... and we gat a 3.6 conroe and 1000 HZ RAM.
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