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post #981 of 2014
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What are your transaction Booster settings set to? It makes a big difference as you increase the FSB. Sometimes increasing 1MHz in FSB will casue instability becasue of the trans booster.

Since you have the P5E Deluxe bios, try setting it to the highest (cant remember if it is 9 or 10) and try those higher FSB speeds again. Also watch the tRFC. increase it to 70+ while overclocking the ram, then bring it down.
tRFC left on auto is usually set to 52. and the Transaction Booster goes to 10.

As eric mentioned, the Transaction Booster makes a big difference when trying to achieve a stable overclock. By setting it higher (to 9 or 10) it will be easier to overclock. once stable, you can lower that to 7 or 8. I had mine at 6 with my RAM underclocked at 953mhz, but I have it at 7 right now. My RAM is not very good for overclocking .
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Whats better? The rampage bios or the deluxe bios?
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i would say the deluxe bios (0205). it has most of the features the RF bios and supposedly Vdroop is minimized even more with Loadline Calibration enabled.
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post #984 of 2014
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What are your transaction Booster settings set to? It makes a big difference as you increase the FSB. Sometimes increasing 1MHz in FSB will casue instability becasue of the trans booster.

Since you have the P5E Deluxe bios, try setting it to the highest (cant remember if it is 9 or 10) and try those higher FSB speeds again. Also watch the tRFC. increase it to 70+ while overclocking the ram, then bring it down.
435x8 was using 10 (not 100% stable). I'm also using "Loadline Calibration: Disabled", perhaps I should try to enable it.

With over 500MHz on memory (over 1000MHz effective) I was forced to go down to 425x8 (atm 510MHz/1020MHz on memory). For tRFC I'm using 60 atm.

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Edited by Gradius - 10/1/08 at 6:23pm
post #985 of 2014
Anyone got any idea on 'DRAM Static Read Control'.. I compared it on everest there's absolutely no difference Enabled/Disabled. Only difference (which is kinda windy test) was 0.03ms latency bonus when disabled.. lol

Anyway would love to know what this is..

Also seems that this 0903 BIOS P3E on EPP gives Performance level 6 on Auto. While there's no way on Manual you can add booster to enabled 3 which in all sense would be 6 as value 2 is 7...

Using G-Skill HK-Series DDR2 4-4-3-5

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hmm, to above comment. I just benchmarked on 0903 with 1066Mhz DDR2 (above mentioned model) at 8 x FSB 465Mhz.. 3720Mhz Q9450 was stable for 12 hours stressing. Also tested going higher on losing some memory latencies but seems there's like no way to pass 4256Mhz and even this is really unstabile where raising NB/PPL has no longer effect.

Anyway, here's nice screen:



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couple voltage corrections on stock 0903 without mods. VCORE 1,2375v = 1,200v (it's -0.375v), Memory 1,98v = 2,096v (it's +0,98-1,00v) on manual set voltages. (NB voltage is just damn weird on Auto don't have reading to that yet.)
Edited by genetix - 10/2/08 at 1:20am
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post #986 of 2014
Hello guys I'm posting here because I can´t get this motherboard work properly.

The main problem is when y accept and save changes in BIOS the mobo just shutdown, keeps down a few seconds and then restarts. Anybody else here has this issue? Also the computer is totally unstable, all applications hangs and sometimes get BSOD , even I can't record my voice in windows voice recorder

No overclock, all bios (903) in defaults settings . What's wrong?

My Specs:
CPU:INTEL Q6600
RAM:Mushkin 996580 DDR2 XP2-6400
GPU: ASUS EN9600GT
PSU:TARGAN 700W
OS: Windows XP SP2 Fresh installed twice.
post #987 of 2014
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Hello guys I'm posting here because I can´t get this motherboard work properly.

The main problem is when y accept and save changes in BIOS the mobo just shutdown, keeps down a few seconds and then restarts. Anybody else here has this issue? Also the computer is totally unstable, all applications hangs and sometimes get BSOD , even I can't record my voice in windows voice recorder

No overclock, all bios (903) in defaults settings . What's wrong?

My Specs:
CPU:INTEL Q6600
RAM:Mushkin 996580 DDR2 XP2-6400
GPU: ASUS EN9600GT
PSU:TARGAN 700W
OS: Windows XP SP2 Fresh installed twice.
Mine shuts down too after I save changes in the BIOS. Not every time, but if you change the FSB speed or the vcore, it usually will shut it down. Other changes, such as selecting boot priority or disabling C1E wont cause it to restart.

As for your random hangs and BSOD's, what settings are the default settings at? I would go in to the BIOS and manually set everything. If left on auto, its possible that the settings arent stable. I would set the RAM timings and voltage, along with the CPU voltage to their default setting, not auto. Are you trying to overclock at all?
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post #988 of 2014
WOW! I think the shutdown before save settings was a very big problem. THANK YOU FOR POSTING MATE. I tried to overclock the PC but nothing changes. Are there some CPU settings that give me stability? (C1E, VanderPool..). Yes, I left all in auto mode, memory timmings (That matches the originals) volts.. etc. Can you give me a bios setup as good starting point?
I have seen you have the 205 Deluxe bios, it's the P5E DELUXE or it's another mobo?

Thanks again mate
post #989 of 2014
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WOW! I think the shutdown before save settings was a very big problem. THANK YOU FOR POSTING MATE. I tried to overclock the PC but nothing changes. Are there some CPU settings that give me stability? (C1E, VanderPool..). Yes, I left all in auto mode, memory timmings (That matches the originals) volts.. etc. Can you give me a bios setup as good starting point?
I have seen you have the 205 Deluxe bios, it's the P5E DELUXE or it's another mobo?

Thanks again mate
Yes I flashed my P5E mobo to the P5E Deluxe BIOS which is a newer mobo than what I have. look back to the 1st post of this thread for instructions on how to flash your BIOS. you can even flash it to the Rampage Formula. These other BIOS' just offer more overclocking features. Also if you look back through this thread there are posts of what settings people are using.


edit: Try these settings:

For 3.0ghz (you might need different strap if using DDR2 800 RAM, mine is DDR2 1000)

FSB-380 using 266 strap and RAM at 1003mhz
8X multi
VCORE-1.35v
NB-1.45v
SB-auto
FSB Term Vol.-1.4
RAM Voltage-2.1
LLC-enabled
CPU GTL-.63
NB GTL-.67

For 3.2ghz try:

CPU Ratio Setting_______8
FSB Strap to NB________400
FSB Frequency_________400
PCIE Freq_____________100
DRAM Freq____________1066
DRAM Command Rate___2N
DRAM CLK Skew Ch.A___Auto
DRAM CLK Skew Ch.B___Auto
DRAM Timing Control____Auto
DRAM Static Read______Auto
DRAM Dynamic Write____Auto
AI Clock Twister________Light or Moderate
AI Transaction Boost____9
CPU Voltage___________1.35V
CPU PLL Volt___________1.58
FSB Termination Volt____1.4
DRAM Volt_____________2.1v
NB Volt________________1.39
SB Volt________________Auto
Clock Over-Charging Volt_Auto
Load-Line Calibration_____Enabled
CPU GTL Volt Ref________.63x
NB GTL Volt Ref_________.67x
CPU Spread Spec________Disabled
PCIE Spread Spec_______Disabled
Edited by spacegoast - 10/2/08 at 8:22pm
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post #990 of 2014
THANK YOU, I'm going to try this settings now.
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