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post #3481 of 4653
On my motherboard with AUTO, it sets the RAM voltage to the manufacturer recommended, and the voltage can be checked in the BIOS and OS. VDIMM on AUTO is 1.9V, which is what the Corsair XMS2's are rated for.

Though, to be on the safe side, set it to 2.0V manually, and set all SPD and things manually.
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post #3482 of 4653
One hour down. CPU @ 1.3125V in BIOS. RAM @ 2.2V.



Stable. I mistakenly left Intel Speed Step on. CPU @ 3375MHz.


Edited by MarCustomized - 6/7/09 at 9:53am
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If I remain in BIOS for 30 minutes, my CPU temp sits at 29C. My idle temp in Real Temp is usually 39C on one core and 34C on the other. What should I presume my actual idle and load temps are in Windows?
Edited by MarCustomized - 6/7/09 at 10:03am
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All DDR2 modules usually run at 1.8V when you first insert them into their dedicated banks, unless u change it in BIOS they will run at 1.8V (at least thats what both of my 1.95V OCZ's and new 2.1V GEIL's did).

Usually the only place u can check for DDR2 voltage is in the motherboard BIOS.

And i don't see what more do you want? The photo you posted clearly says that 1.8V Dual Over Voltage [AUTO] is for changing the DDR2 voltages. you can adjust the DDR2 voltage from 1.8V - 2.08V in 0.02V increments, if you leave it on AUTO it WILL run at 1.8V and not the recommended voltage of the manufacturer...
actually i made a mistake, my bios doesn't show the 1.8V Dual Over Voltage [AUTO] option, it only shows the Memory Over Voltage [AUTO] option, and the minimum on this is 1.85000V



note: i am using the latest bios (0513) on my mobo, that manual which i took the photo from is outdated i guess !

so what's now !
Edited by Babylonian - 6/7/09 at 10:08am
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post #3485 of 4653
Those r POOR OCing options.
Set that to 2.0V, then use MemSet and set your SPD in Windows, that's the only thing I can think of.
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Those r POOR OCing options.
Set that to 2.0V, then use MemSet and set your SPD in Windows, that's the only thing I can think of.
sorry what do u mean by "set your SPD" ?
i am still a n00b (but i am learning)

does that mean, i should set the timings to 4-4-4-12, as the ram manufacturer states (Rated at 4-4-4-12 timings at 2.00 V and a 800 MHz data rate) ?
http://www.crucial.com/store/partspe...2KIT25664AA80A
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...ry,2079-2.html
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...ry,2079-6.html



i am just looking to get the best performance out of ram for my current oc (12.5 x 266), i heard from reviews that my ram r great OCer, so igot to use them to their full potentials
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Yeah, that's what it means.
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Yeah, that's what it means.
ok, i changed the timings to 5-4-4-12
for some reason, i can't change the tCL value to anything other than 5

then i tried to change the timings to 5-4-5-14, and then change the DRAM Frequency to 800 MHz in the bios (just like how tom's hardware did it), but the system failed to start !

why is that ?
is it bcz of my ram limitation, or is it bcz of my god damn mobo ?

and is it worth it to slow down the timings, to try and achieve 800 MHz DRAM Frequency (FSB : DRAM = 1:2) ?

and how do i check for the stability of my current 5-4-4-12 timings ?
Edited by Babylonian - 6/7/09 at 12:16pm
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The 800Mhz means a multiplier of 4. Setting it to 800Mhz would mean you are actually running your RAM at 1066Mhz.
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The 800Mhz means a multiplier of 4. Setting it to 800Mhz would mean you are actually running your RAM at 1066Mhz.
yes, that is exactly what i am looking for

i slowed the timings to 5-5-5-15, but my system still wouldn't start up at 1066Mhz RAM!
some people got my ram model to work at 1200MHZ
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...ry,2079-6.html

my ram is known to be a good overclocker, so i just want to see why i can't get it to work at 1066Mhz, is it bcz there is a plm with it, or is it simply bcz my mobo won't allow it
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