Originally Posted by N2Gaming
Nice BO. Try to up your NB multi from 9 to 10 or 11 and see what that does for your rambandwidth scores.
Just in, hot off the press.
I can stop stressing now. Turns out this mobo did not like the G.Skill like the Expert mobo did.
Any way look at the scores now I like these results much better. The 3dmark06 score is about 1k difference from my am2 X2 5400+ BE cpu's running at 3.2-3.4GHz.
Thanks for the suggestion N2. I think I'm going to see how tight I can get the timings before I do that. Just for curiosities sake. It'd be nice if I could achieve 5-5-5-15 timings.
And those are some really nice results on that board. Still shows that 939 rigs are still very capable.
Originally Posted by Hueristic
BO: My money is on her hitting on you even more. Is see said the blind man on why your on stock. AFA what slots to use since time imortal I have always tried to use the slots closest to the cpu unless otherwise stated per manufacturer specs as the closer on the bus the less signal/noise ratio.
Yeah I am just taking my sweet time OCing this thing. And man I thought my DFI's had lots of memory options. This thing has more
I usually do the same thing with the RAM, but this RAM has heat sinks and is rather tall and conflicts with the heatpipes on the BT and it will most definitely get in the way of the Xiggy.
As for the chick, if she starts coming on to me more, this is going to get very interesting.
Originally Posted by thlnk3r
BlackOmega, those numbers are looking great for STOCK! Question: What do you mean by the memory is rated for "1866"? Stock should be 800Mhz for DDR3-1600
Thanks thlnk3r. And yeah like Blitz said the memory is rated for 933MHz with 8-8-8-24-1T. Here's
a review about it from hardware canuks (OMG look at the price!!!).
I'm thinking that at this speed I should be able to tighten up the timings considerably more @ 1600.
Blitz: I'll most definitely do that when I find the timing limits at this speed.