Originally Posted by Mastiffman
I couldn't agree with you more But it seems that most, not all, people that act like the know, either Really Don't Know or it's looked at like a type of Fricken Taboo or soemthing to talk about! LOL It's really kind of ridiculous!
So I feel ya man! I'm working on a source right now.... So hope fully I can get some answers. I was recently told that "Drive Strengths" are more 'Dimm Specific" and NOT "Speed Spicific"... But it's funny that Changing my Drv Strths has affected certain speeds... I'm still experimenting, trying to find a patern with it all. I'm mean there are Really WAY TO MANY options in the Advanced Dram Configuration Menu for them NOT to have an affect... Especially like Dram ODT (On Die Termination).
It's value is in "ohms". It can be used to change (increase) the signal quality for the Ram. As DDR3 Speeds increase, there is something called "Signal ringing" that can be corrected with ODT. But "HOW TO" is the question for us enquiring minds... EDIT:
This is what I'm talking about.... this is the response that I just got from the source that I was talking about.
What???? It's like people are either affraid to spread the wealth of knowledge or they really are completely positive abuot something and don't want to risk their reputation... IDK man...
Hmm. I'd like to understand more about these advanced options. I asumed they were dimm specific too, because they are options that affect the RAM at its most basic function, all the way down tot he sine wave the RAM puts off, lol.
Mastiff, I wanted to let you know that this RAM I got won't quit. I had it at 240fsb yesterday just playing around, but I've since moved it up to 1:4 divider, and 202 fsb right now. IF we can figure out an effective way to test the RAM after every small adjustment for performance, that would be great. I'd like to ensure my RAM is stable first tho. Most everyone is using 2 dimms, so I can help out with results across all 4 dimms, with 8GB. Oh, I love this 8 GB of RAM, LOL
Originally Posted by moorhen2
Do you meen like these settings,ignore red box,lol.
No,t hose are normal timing optios, tho there area few options there that don't get use doften times too, I mean the advanced options. Drive strengths and so forth. I would like to knwo what the 110ns deals are tho,a nd how my RAM could benefit from the rest of the options.Edited by SwishaMane - 3/6/10 at 8:30am