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post #621 of 2014
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Yes I have the new Ballistix. It'll probably require higher voltage than usual. I'll see if I can RMA it and get the double sided.
I think thats part of your problem. Do you have any other ram to test?
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I've been holding off on this for awhile now, but I need help getting my ram to hit DDR2-1200. As you can see, they are suppose to run DDR2-1200 at stock, but I haven't been able to get them stable with my P5E.

Here's my settings:

Multiplyer: 9.0
FSB: 390
FSB Strap: 400
PCI-E Frequency: 100

DRAM Command Rate : 2t
DRAM Frequency: 1039MHz
5-5-5-15, everything else auto


DRAM Static Read Control: disabled
Ai Clock Twister : strong
Transaction Booster : enabled
Relax Level : 0


CPU Voltage : 1.38125(not actual voltage)
CPU PLL Voltage : auto
North Bridge Voltage : auto
DRAM Voltage : 2.2v
FSB Termination Voltage : auto
South Bridge Voltage : auto

Loadline Calibration : disabled
CPU GTL Reference : .0.63X
North Bridge GTL Reference : 0.67X
SB 1.5V Voltage : auto

CPU Spread Spectrum : Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum : Disabled

I can run this stable, but once I try to mess around with FSB Strap and DRAM Frequency I can't boot higher than 1039MHz. BIOS version 702.
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post #623 of 2014
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I've been holding off on this for awhile now, but I need help getting my ram to hit DDR2-1200. As you can see, they are suppose to run DDR2-1200 at stock, but I haven't been able to get them stable with my P5E.

Here's my settings:

Multiplyer: 9.0
FSB: 390
FSB Strap: 400
PCI-E Frequency: 100

DRAM Command Rate : 2t
DRAM Frequency: 1039MHz
5-5-5-15, everything else auto


DRAM Static Read Control: disabled
Ai Clock Twister : strong
Transaction Booster : enabled
Relax Level : 0


CPU Voltage : 1.38125(not actual voltage)
CPU PLL Voltage : auto
North Bridge Voltage : auto
DRAM Voltage : 2.2v
FSB Termination Voltage : auto
South Bridge Voltage : auto

Loadline Calibration : disabled
CPU GTL Reference : .0.63X
North Bridge GTL Reference : 0.67X
SB 1.5V Voltage : auto

CPU Spread Spectrum : Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum : Disabled

I can run this stable, but once I try to mess around with FSB Strap and DRAM Frequency I can't boot higher than 1039MHz. BIOS version 702.

Keep in mind the higher frequency you go, the more Nb voltage you will need. What strap are you trying to run exactly?
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post #624 of 2014
I'm not sure. I'm just trying to get as close to 1200 as possible.
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post #625 of 2014
Has anyone been able to get their DRAM Frequency to/near 1200?
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I'm not sure. I'm just trying to get as close to 1200 as possible.
have you tried an 8X multi with FSB around 430? . try using NB voltage of around 1.4v or 1.45v though, dont leave it on auto.

why dont you try overclocking your RAM first and set CPU speed to stock and try to work it out that way? just an idea
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post #627 of 2014
Hey what do you think I can get out of this CPU?
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Hey what do you think I can get out of this CPU?
why do you keep asking this question?.?. Ive seen it six times... unless you are getting that exact cpu wait till you see the VID on your chip. Note: this isnt the only determinate but it is the quickest rough indicator.
    
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post #629 of 2014
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have you tried an 8X multi with FSB around 430? . try using NB voltage of around 1.4v or 1.45v though, dont leave it on auto.

why dont you try overclocking your RAM first and set CPU speed to stock and try to work it out that way? just an idea
I tried running 8x multiplyer, but I can't even post. Then I tried running everything on auto and having my RAM set at 1200 and that POSTs, but it gets bsod after loading up windows. I'm guessing I can't hit DDR2 1200....
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I tried running 8x multiplyer, but I can't even post. Then I tried running everything on auto and having my RAM set at 1200 and that POSTs, but it gets bsod after loading up windows. I'm guessing I can't hit DDR2 1200....
What is the reference voltage? I've found conflicting specifications, one saying 1.8v and the other saying 2.3v. What is your actual voltage? Why is your vNB on AUTO? Have you tried 1.4 or 1.45v? Have you tried a different strap? 6:5 in the 333 works really well. Even if it means underclocking your CPU, you should be able to test in this strap. On 4x1 Ballistix, I pass memtest at 1200MHz, so it's not a board limitation.
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