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Guys i just got the UD3P today and I'm having the weirdest issue I try to boot into windows and it just stops and starts back from the post screen.

Specs: E8600, 2x 4870's, Gskill Pi RAM DRR2-1100, and 2x WD 640 AAKS Raid-0
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Did you change any of your ram voltages or timings?

Edit: Just noticed that you are also using Geil and G.Skill sticks. Mixing ram is usually a no-no unless they have the same IC's. That was ur other rig
Edited by TheCh3F - 3/10/09 at 9:29pm
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Originally Posted by Nivekz View Post
Hey DeadSkull (or anybody), i've been messing around with your settings, and can get about 10 mins of p95 before a core fails. Do you mind trying to help me get it stable? I feel the chip i'm on has potential seeing as it gets to 60c on 100% load.
Whats your Q9650 vid and what speed are you trying to get it stable at?

Also bump up that Cpu Vcore up to 1.38125V, not sure why but when I tested with ambient temp of around 55F 1.375V was enough for 60 IBT.

Also in the future I'd suggest just asking in this Q9650 dedicated thread, this one is becoming too bloated.

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Originally Posted by Robilar View Post
Good idea.

How about we do it this way:

In the next few pages, post the following (whoever wishes to participate)

At the top of your post: bold and highlight in red:

Settings to be added to front page

CPU and stepping (E0 or C1 for example).

bios settings

ram config


I'll copy and paste the collected settings onto the second or third thread in the first page with links to each
Good idea, I was just going to post my settings as I go. Was thinking testing out a bunch of settings over the weekend for my q9650 and post it as a guide.
Edited by DeadSkull - 3/10/09 at 9:32pm
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Settings to be added to front page


Q9650 E0 473 x 9 4257MHz

Robust Graphics Booster.........................[ Auto ]
CPU Clock Ratio.................................[ 9 ]
Fine CPU Clock Ratio............................[ 0 ]
CPU Frequency 4.25GHz...........................[ 473 x 9 ]

******Clock Chip Control******

CPU Host Clock Control..........................[ Enabled ]
CPU Host Frequency (Mhz)........................[ 473]
PCI Express Frequency (Mhz).....................[ 100 ]
C.I.A 2 [Disabled]

******Advanced Clock Control******

CPU Clock Drive.................................[ 1000mv ]
PCI Express Clock Drive.........................[ 1000mv ]
CPU Clock Skew..................................[ 0ps ]
MCH Clock Skew..................................[ 50ps ]

******DRAM Performance Control******

Performance Enhance [Standard]
Extreme Memory Profile (XMP)....................[ Disabled ]
(G) MCH Frequency Latch.........................[ 333MHz ]
System Memory Multipler.........................[ 2.00B ]
Memory Frequency 1066...........................[ 946]
DRAM Timing Selectable..........................[ Manual ]

CAS Latency Time................................[ 5 ]
tRCD............................................[ 5 ]
tRP.............................................[ 5 ]
tRAS............................................[ 15 ]

******Advanced Timing Control******

tRRD............................................[ Auto ]
tWTR............................................[ Auto ]
tWR.............................................[ Auto ]
tRFC............................................[ Auto ]
tRTP............................................[ Auto ]
Command Rate (cmd)..............................[ Auto ]

******Channel A Timing Settings******

Static tRead Value [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD Phase0 Adjustment [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD Phase1 Adjustment [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD Phase2 Adjustment [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD Phase3 Adjustment [ ] ................[ Auto ]

tRD 2rd (Differnt Rank) [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tWR 2wr (Differnt Rank) [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tWR 2rd (Differnt Rank) [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD 2wr (Same/Difft Rank) [ ] ................[ Auto ]

Dimm 1 Clock Skew Control.......................[ Auto ]
Dimm 2 Clock Skew Control.......................[ Auto ]
DDR Write Training..............................[ Auto ]

******Channel A Driving Settings******

Drive Strength Profile..........................[ OC-1066 ]
Data Driving Pull Up Level......................[ Auto ]
cmd Driving Pull Up Level.......................[ Auto ]
ctrl Driving Pull Up Level......................[ Auto ]
clk Driving Pull Up Level.......................[ Auto ]

Data Driving Pull Down Level....................[ Auto ]
cmd Driving Pull Down Level.....................[ Auto ]
ctrl Driving Pull Down Level....................[ Auto ]
clk Driving Pull Down Level.....................[ Auto ]

******Channel B Timing Settings******

Static tRead Value [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD Phase0 Adjustment [ 0 ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD Phase1 Adjustment [ 0 ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD Phase2 Adjustment [ 0 ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD Phase3 Adjustment [ 0 ] ................[ Auto ]

tRD 2rd (Differnt Rank) [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tWR 2wr (Differnt Rank) [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tWR 2rd (Differnt Rank) [ ] ................[ Auto ]
tRD 2wr (Same/Difft Rank) [ ] ................[ Auto ]

Dimm 1 Clock Skew Control.......................[ Auto ]
Dimm 2 Clock Skew Control.......................[ Auto ]
DDR Write Training..............................[ Auto ]

******Channel B Driving Settings******

Drive Strength Profile..........................[ OC-1066 ]
Data Driving Pull Up Level......................[ Auto ]
cmd Driving Pull Up Level.......................[ Auto ]
ctrl Driving Pull Up Level......................[ Auto ]
clk Driving Pull Up Level.......................[ Auto ]

Data Driving Pull Down Level....................[ Auto ]
cmd Driving Pull Down Level.....................[ Auto ]
ctrl Driving Pull Down Level....................[ Auto ]
clk Driving Pull Down Level.....................[ Auto ]

******Motherboard Voltage Control******

Load-Line Calibration [Enabled]
CPU Vcore [ 1.20000 ]...................[ 1.350 ]
CPU Termination [ 1.20 ]...................[ 1.340 ]
CPU PLL [ 1.50 ]...................[ 1.57 ]
CPU Reference [ 0.766 ]...................[ 0.860 ]

MCH Core [1.1 ]...................[ 1.400 ]
MCH Reference [0.760 ]...................[ 0.91 ]
MCH/DRAM Refernce [0.900 ]...................[ Auto ]
ICH I/O [1.500 ]...................[ Auto ]
ICH Core [1.100 ]...................[ Auto ]

DRAM Voltage [1.800 ]...................[ 2.100 ]
DRAM Termination [0.900 ]...................[ Auto ]
Channel A Ref [0.900 ]...................[ Auto ]
Channel B Ref [0.900 ]...................[ Auto ]

******Advanced BIOS Features******

CPU Multithreading..............................[ Disabled ]
Limit CPUID Max to 3............................[ Disabled ]
No-Execute memory Protect.......................[ Disabled ]
CPU Enhance Halt (CIE)..........................[ Disabled ]
C2/C2E State Support............................[ Disabled ]
C4/C4E State Support............................[ Disabled ]
CPU Thermal Monitor.............................[ Disabled ]
CPU EIST Function...............................[ Disabled ]


it seems that the mch/cpu ref values play a huge role in stability. for me it was the difference between being rock solid and not. also im fairly certain that overall, people have been having the most success when running their ram @ 1:1... specifically the 333mhz strap + 2.00B multiplier. 2.40 takes a bit of extra mch voltage (i havent tested this)
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post #2075 of 21186
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheCh3F View Post
Did you change any of your ram voltages or timings?

Edit: Just noticed that you are also using Geil and G.Skill sticks. Mixing ram is usually a no-no unless they have the same IC's.
Dont look at my sig rig.... i wrote the specs in the post and I did not change the voltage or timings everything is stock
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Dont look at my sig rig.... i wrote the specs in the post and I did not change the voltage or timings everything is stock
I would at least set your timings and the recommended voltage for those timings even if everything else is on stock.
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I got a UD3R and it is a really kick ass board. For the ram I have, I am able to push my ram to 1000 with easy and have great stability (but I do not run it like that). For my Proc, it is just crap for high (like 3.6+ OC) because of high temps... I do not see how someone is able to get an e7300 to clock to 4.0 with less than 1.3v
 
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it seems that the mch/cpu ref values play a huge role in stability. for me it was the difference between being rock solid and not. also im fairly certain that overall, people have been having the most success when running their ram @ 1:1... specifically the 333mhz strap + 2.00B multiplier. 2.40 takes a bit of extra mch voltage (i havent tested this)
Last I heard 2.40B was broken once you went past 1.3V on MCH core. Maybe its fixed now because I see someone over at XS running with 2.40B and high mch core.
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Do any of you use the energy saver thing?
I've been sitting here for 45 mins and it only saved .8 of an watt.
    
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Are you guys using SpeedFan or anything like that to control fans? I can't control anything except the cpu fan.
The number of fan headers and the fan controls on Asus p5n32-e/striker boards really puts Gigabyte and others to shame.

Also, the fan header called system fan 2 doesnt seem to work. 3-pin and 4-pin fans connected to it don't spin at all and there are no settings for it in the BIOS or in ET6.
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