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Originally Posted by Mr.Scott View Post

Hold your breath..............
I told you before, it cannot be done.
There has never been a romsip package made for CL1 for any board ever. It is not a bios mod. It is a whole new romsip package that has to be constructed. Even if you can find an engineer to make you one, it cannot be tested because there is no confirmed CL1 DDR memory. Why are you not understanding this?

When something does not exist, something has to done to change that. This is what I do, I don't like seeing the same thing.

CL1 DDR maybe possible, but we will never know, as I need some kind of hardware access to test.

OK.. lets test CL1.5 my memory modules has this built-in from the start, so I am expecting them to pass.
Edited by delshay - 7/22/16 at 8:14am
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Originally Posted by Kryton View Post

Just sayin: 2cents.gif

No coincidence he showed up again after a few certain posts were made.... And I was expecting it to an extent when they were made.

The guy is trolling as I had thought all along, what he's posting is total, unprovable BS so he should be ignored. I guess the posts I'm referring to was like throwing out "Troll Feed" or something to get his attention and to start up again with it.
He also has an established history of trolling with this same impossible issue, that at least has already been proven as fact. The already proven fact he has been "Chasing" this idea for years now and still continues with his impossible quest actually makes a case for the possibility he's a nut-job in my mind.

Guys, there is no point in asking for proof because it's asking for the impossible - Can't be done and it will never happen, he knows it and just jerking your chain if you do.

Just let it go.....

This was my fault. I made fun, and boom "its back..."
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Partially mine also. I answered. This time the answer was quite clear. It won't happen again. wink.gif
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OK. I need access to a 939 motherboard that does CL1.5.

Does anyone know of any 939 motherboard that can do this? or is this impossible too.
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DFI.
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DFI.

Would that be the Lanparty

Need to get this right first time , no errors.
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Lanparty Ultra D, SLI-D, SLI-DR, Expert, or Venus. All have NF4 chipset.
There are other DFI's that are not NF4. Don't make a mistake and get one of those.
DFI is also ram picky. I hope your's actually works in one.
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A8N32-SLI supports CL1.5
 
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I have done extensive testing way back when and I'm confident faster than 2-2-2-5 is simply not possible. There were absolutely no gains all the way down to 2-0-0-0.
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Lanparty Ultra D, SLI-D, SLI-DR, Expert, or Venus. All have NF4 chipset.
There are other DFI's that are not NF4. Don't make a mistake and get one of those.
DFI is also ram picky. I hope your's actually works in one.

Why do you say that? I'very had 12 S939 DFI boards and for a 24/7 board the one CFX3200-DR I have is hands down less of a royal pain in the backside. It's also not terrible, using the same CPU, voltages, etc I did 425 MHz HT on an NF4 and 411 MHZ on the CFX3200-DR. That's fairly close.
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@All

Thanks, I will getting one of those motherboard for testing only. I will not keep this motherboard.

Remember we are talking 1GB module(s) and I don't think there has been a CL1.5 1GB Memory module.

With correction in the SPD, memory modules are getting quicker. Ie improved/fine tuning memory timings.

NOTE:: some SPD timings if set to low, it does not register.

When I get a chance, I will start upload some more photos & probably some benchmark times.


One other thing, I bricked my R9 Nano a week ago, but I have already replaced it with another.

Be careful when using Metal Paste, this is what done it. It leaked from the CPU onto the back of the Nano PCB, but it was floating around inside the case, and I did not see it, until it was too late..
Edited by delshay - 7/23/16 at 5:16am
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