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Were I come from we have a saying: "When you talk to much it means your words don't worth that much..."

Until you proof we're wrong (witch I trully doubt it) you won't get any credit...

brilliant... I leave it as it is, no credit.
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I also have 4GB DDR 500 & it clocks 560Mhz on this motherboard. don't know about stability, did not run it long enough.

Ummm.................no you don't. It clocks 230MHz which is DDR 460. Big difference. Current world record for DDR in MHz is 447 by one of my team mates. That's DDR 994. I personally can get to over 400 MHz which would be DDR 800 and I can back that up.



BTW, I started no trouble. I just called a spade a spade and would like to see some proof.
You seem to not want to oblige..........so be it.
Edited by Mr.Scott - 6/20/16 at 4:36pm
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brilliant... I leave it as it is, no credit.

It looks like it's been you common practice for the last few years...

http://www.amigans.net/modules/xforum/viewtopic.php?post_id=49507
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have you guys considered soldering capacitors on the ram circuitry?

couple of 2200 uf caps would do a darn good job of cleaning up the power without acting like an oversize baffle for power delivery.


find a cheap car computer on ebay, they all use fast reacting capacitors for the critical sensors like MAP, TPS, and O2. would be a good source for the small barrel caps that have end legs
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Ummm.................no you don't. It clocks 230MHz which is DDR 560. Big difference. Current world record for DDR in MHz is 447 by one of my team mates. That's DDR 994. I personally can get to over 400 MHz which would be DDR 800 and I can back that up.


sorry you are right. i was going from memory the last time I tested them.. it clocks 260MHz (will edit last posting).
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It looks like it's been you common practice for the last few years...

http://www.amigans.net/modules/xforum/viewtopic.php?post_id=49507

OFF TOPIC

I still have the Bvisions, you just plug them in and you can overclock them to around 220Mhz-225MHz.

Kxxx (I will not give his name) offered me the overclocked drivers, but I had so must work to do I did not accept it. However 68K drivers was supplied by another third party which did work, but I worked out the biggest performance is in the PCI bus.
Edited by delshay - 6/20/16 at 4:36pm
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About modding a bios for CL1 now. Not possible, at least, not by me. There was never a romsip built for CL1 for any board. That would take a very experienced bios coder to build one and without ram that will run CL1 natively to test with, that'll never happen. DFI and a couple others have romsips for CL1.5. Could I insert those into your Asrock bios......maybe. Asrock uses an AMI bios I'm pretty sure and DFI is Award, so there is incompatibility there to start with. It is not a direct fit. It would be a lot of work.
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About modding a bios for CL1 now. Not possible, at least, not by me. There was never a romsip built for CL1 for any board. That would take a very experienced bios coder to build one and without ram that will run CL1 natively to test with, that'll never happen. DFI and a couple others have romsips for CL1.5. Could I insert those into your Asrock bios......maybe. Asrock uses an AMI bios I'm pretty sure and DFI is Award, so there is incompatibility there to start with. It is not a direct fit. It would be a lot of work.

do you have memory module that is CL1.5. can you not just lower to clock & test at CL1. ..its only half a clock different.

I think CL1 does work, but not on the FX-60 but on another AMD processor. I am going to check and confirm this. it did not show up in software, but benchmark figures shot up. Everything was done at the SPD end & bios timing was set to "auto". let me check again if the results I last tested with another processor was correct.

one thing is for sure, there was a big jump in performance but I could not test for long as I did not have the correct memory that can handle it or the controller can't do it, and it kept crashing. ...let see if my latest ram works.

one other thing, I have spares here, so I can do all the testing.

need two days to do this.
Edited by delshay - 6/20/16 at 5:17pm
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do you have memory module that is CL1.5. can you not just lower to clock & test at CL1. ..its only half a clock different.

LOL, it doesn't work that way. You have to have a "known" to test against. With no known running CL1 ram and no known working CL1 romsip, how do you tell where the fault is when it doesn't work? You will be forever chasing your tail.
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do you have memory module that is CL1.5. can you not just lower to clock & test at CL1. ..its only half a clock different.
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LOL, it doesn't work that way. You have to have a "known" to test against. With no known running CL1 ram and no known working CL1 romsip, how do you tell where the fault is when it doesn't work? You will be forever chasing your tail.

once the computer can register CL1, I will take care of everything from there, because I can see everything that's going on, that's all that is needed.

This is at a "Hardware Level"
Edited by delshay - 6/21/16 at 1:16am
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