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using the 400 strap and 2.00D the lowest static tRead value you set
above 500fsb is 9.but if you can run your memory at cas 4,then tRead can
be set to 8.
Edited by radaja - 10/25/09 at 2:55pm
    
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using the 400 strap and 2.00D the lowest static tRead value you set
above 500fsb is 9.but if you can run your memory at cas 4,then tRead can
be set to 8.
I was going to make note of this too, but there is just so much there to talk about... I noticed that he has it set to AUTO, so it is the BIOS that gave his RAM a tRead of 6. I agree that you (speedfreak) should set it at 8 or 9.
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I was going to make note of this too, but there is just so much there to talk about... I noticed that he has it set to AUTO, so it is the BIOS that gave his RAM a tRead of 6. I agree that you (speedfreak) should set it at 8 or 9.
Thanks and that's good to know guys. I couldn't find any useful info for the RAM up until now, but knew it was playing a large role. The Driver Strength Profile I've played around with; just something I read on xtremesystems recommending that notch higher (OC 1200). My 1066's could handle it, but not the 1100's.

The high voltage and settings is only for benching, which is the only time I OC. I think Denny's the same, but our boards are completely different. He hit 1.72v at one stage and my board won't even go that high. 1.68 is about the limit. None of my specs work on his board and what I know of his don't work on mine with the exception of the.03-.04 difference in vcore and Term, plus the 100MHz PCI E Frequency etc. Plus LLC works better on his board getting higher clocks with less voltage from what I understand, which is the 1st I've seen of that (aside from lower v OCs).

Turbo for Performance Enhance is something I've played around with. I figured Standard was probably better for stability, but didn't notice much if any difference. I'll have to adjust the other settings and see.

MCH on Auto is strange I know. Closest I got was Sergio's recommendation of 1.4v, but as in other settings, it only took me so far. All in all, 4.86GHz with the settings I have is pretty remarkable to me. Seems like throwing loads of volts and hoping for the best, but I promise you it wasn't. Just the settings that worked best so far...

Well, just reseated my CPU and temps are where they should be, so that's good. short bursts of high voltage doesn't seem to have done any noticeable harm (so far ).

I'll get onto that article and make some changes to see what happens as time permits.

Thanks for the help and reps.

Edited by Jus'Chillin' - 10/27/09 at 11:26pm
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here is my 525x8.5 setting... its kind'a running on high voltages... any recommendation/advices to lower them?


ive tested this for 1 hrs orthos stable
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Hey everyone. Just calling in. I have not been on OCN for a month or two. I signed in and ACHILEE5 sent me a PM. He was concerned towards me due to my absence so i am just poking my head through the door to say hey!

Good to see you all again.
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Hey everyone. Just calling in. I have not been on OCN for a month or two. I signed in and ACHILEE5 sent me a PM. He was concerned towards me due to my absence so i am just poking my head through the door to say hey!

Good to see you all again.
good to see you as well--we have been wondering about you
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here is my 525x8.5 setting... its kind'a running on high voltages... any recommendation/advices to lower them?


ive tested this for 1 hrs orthos stable


its not stable!
ive ran 4 hrs stability test and it crashed on me!

how can i improve stability? pls advice
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its not stable!
ive ran 4 hrs stability test and it crashed on me!

how can i improve stability? pls advice

Raise the term to 1.38 and raise the MCH Core to 1.34---that may allow you to lower the V-core a few notches
Edited by dennyb - 10/26/09 at 8:17pm
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but raising the mch core will result a high heat dissipation in the NB Heatsink which is unbearable to touch for 5 sec ?
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