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This just proves to me that you don't listen to a word I say.

Scott, if go back a few pages I pointed out that it must also be in the CPU register. Someone in this thread has posted a link of the CPU Doc of the FX-60 which shows anything below 2 is reserved. This is not to say it does not work, but I have a feeling it could also be CPU specific, but I could be wrong.
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OK, one more time. As a respected DFI Street member with inside track, CL1 on any DFI board, or ANY board for that matter, does not work. There is no package associated with it. CL1.5 does work, but the boards will not boot set to it. You have to change it within windows after boot.
I can make a CL1 selection in any bios for you, on any board, but that doesn't mean it will work.
It just says CL1.
Marketing my friend. That's all it was.
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OK, one more time. As a respected DFI Street member with inside track, CL1 on any DFI board, or ANY board for that matter, does not work. There is no package associated with it. CL1.5 does work, but the boards will not boot set to it. You have to change it within windows after boot.
I can make a CL1 selection in any bios for you, on any board, but that doesn't mean it will work.
It just says CL1.
Marketing my friend. That's all it was.

Perhaps DFI were thinking into the year 2025 I don't know.

What I do know is I see more information than most or probably all users here, testing is different here.

How you set it does not matter, it just needs to be there I will do the rest in the SPD. It will flag-up here if it works.

If there are errors I will see this too.
Edited by delshay - 7/31/16 at 9:54am
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Originally Posted by Mr.Scott View Post

OK, one more time. As a respected DFI Street member with inside track, CL1 on any DFI board, or ANY board for that matter, does not work. There is no package associated with it. CL1.5 does work, but the boards will not boot set to it. You have to change it within windows after boot.
I can make a CL1 selection in any bios for you, on any board, but that doesn't mean it will work.
It just says CL1.
Marketing my friend. That's all it was.

The reason most if not all user have to set CL1.5 from windows is because their do not have CL1.5 profile in the SPD.

It must be set at byte 18,23 & 24 in the SPD. There is also the added problem if the memory module is not fast enough it will not boot.

I know my memory module will do CL1.5 but at what speed. .as I said, CL1.5 was set during the start of this project.

Here I just change two settings in the BIOS, everything else is auto.
Edited by delshay - 7/31/16 at 1:00pm
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what are you talking about?

"memory not fast enough it wont boot"

false statement.

windows and BIOS do not care what speed you run anything, only that it is stable enough to be used.

if there was a chip capable of running at ddr-66MHz it would still work. you would be creating a serious impact on performance, but it would still work
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what are you talking about?

"memory not fast enough it wont boot"

false statement.

windows and BIOS do not care what speed you run anything, only that it is stable enough to be used.

if there was a chip capable of running at ddr-66MHz it would still work. you would be creating a serious impact on performance, but it would still work

I am taking about "CL1.5" auto booting. Maybe I should have said at 200MHz standard. It still applies.

what are you trying to say, you can set CL to 2 & run any speed you like? is this what your telling me?

We are taking high performance memory module (225MHz+), not 66MHz.
Edited by delshay - 7/31/16 at 2:19pm
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Originally Posted by mattliston View Post

what are you talking about?

"memory not fast enough it wont boot"

false statement.

windows and BIOS do not care what speed you run anything, only that it is stable enough to be used.

if there was a chip capable of running at ddr-66MHz it would still work. you would be creating a serious impact on performance, but it would still work



This is what we are taking about CL1.5 profile in the above memory modules. What are you taking about?
Edited by delshay - 7/31/16 at 2:22pm
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The reason most if not all user have to set CL1.5 from windows is because their do not have CL1.5 profile in the SPD.
Not true. Geil One has CL1.5 in SPD and that won't boot when set in bios either.

Honestly, we've been through this already a number of times. I'm really quite finished. GL
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Not true. Geil One has CL1.5 in SPD and that won't boot when set in bios either.

Honestly, we've been through this already a number of times. I'm really quite finished. GL

Geil had two profiles if I remember correctly, if it does not boot direct into CL1.5 then one of the profile must be removed. ie CL2 or CL2.5 then the BIOS can only read one profile, but BIOS must be set-up to read the CL1.5 profile from the SPD.

If I am able to get it to auto-boot @CL2 then CL1.5 should not be a problem.

If it still refuse to boot with just a CL1.5 profile, then the BIOS is not set correctly and should boot back to a default setting.

OK. ..leave it at that
Edited by delshay - 7/31/16 at 2:51pm
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http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geil-cl-1,1085-6.html
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