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Originally Posted by macedoneli View Post
hello people

i've new config and need your help to make my pc stable.
This is my config:
Mobo: Msi 790fx-gd70
cpu: Phenom ii x4 955be
ram: Ocz3p16004gk (2x2gb 1600mhz ) - http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...atinum_edition
vid: Powercolor 4870 1gb
psu: Hkc 580w


here are some screens of everest and cpu-z:






i've loaded bios, so everything is on stock, now please help me what to do in bios ...
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hi there,what is it we can help you with,looking at the screens you posted,there are a few things you will need to change in the bios,ie memory,your ram is running at 1066,i take it your bios settings are all default/auto.??
Please give me advice what timings volts and etc change in BIOS.

BIOS are all default/auto, because i want to make stable PC with your help, but here nobody helps me...

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post #6082 of 9641
Trying to find sweet spot here between 4GHz/ 2700+ NB and 1600+ RAM:



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Originally Posted by hitoriko View Post
Hi guys

I've decided to upgrade to this great board and here are the specs - im just wondering is there any problems you guys see with this setup so i know ahead of time and can change things.

Case: Coolermaster CM690
CPU: AMD Phenom II 955BE
CPU Cooling: Corsair H50
RAM: Kingston HyperX DDR3-1600 4GB
VID: InnodGTX 280
Sound: Onboard
HDD: Western Digital 150G VELOCIRAPTOR
HDD2: Western Digital 500G
PSU: OCZ GameXStream 1010W

So what do you guys think? Also im considering getting another 280GTX so i'll have to Do a SLi hack

Cheers
Buy RAM that allows you to reach a mix between low latency and high speeds on AMD platform.

I'm now running a Kingston HyperX kit here but it doesn't run at low latencies and it limits my performance. As people say, you get what you pay for and I my goal was something with a reasonable performance + low price.


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Please give me advice what timings volts and etc change in BIOS.

BIOS are all default/auto, because i want to make stable PC with your help, but here nobody helps me...
Set your RAM settings manually, test your system at stock settings with OCCT, Prime 95, 3D stability tests and so on. Make sure that it runs fine on stock settings and all parts are OK.
Edited by Crisao23 - 4/11/10 at 4:37am
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post #6083 of 9641
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Please give me advice what timings volts and etc change in BIOS.

BIOS are all default/auto, because i want to make stable PC with your help, but here nobody helps me...
You need to go into "cell menu" in bios,if your not overclocking,just input minimum voltages for the CPU,CPU-NB,HT LINK,SB,for now,then go to "advanced dram configuration",enter,first option change to "both",then set the first 4 options to 7-7-7-24,these are the default timings for your ram,thats tcl,trcd,trp,tras,do this for both banks,go back to "cell menu" and set the dram voltage to 1.7v,as specified for you ram,you will also need to change the FSB/DRAM ratio to 1:4 divider to give you 1600mhz for your ram frequency.Use the + and -keys on the number pad of keyboard to change values in bios.Hope this helps.
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You need to go into "cell menu" in bios,if your not overclocking,just input minimum voltages for the CPU,CPU-NB,HT LINK,SB,for now,then go to "advanced dram configuration",enter,first option change to "both",then set the first 4 options to 7-7-7-24,these are the default timings for your ram,thats tcl,trcd,trp,tras,do this for both banks,go back to "cell menu" and set the dram voltage to 1.7v,as specified for you ram,you will also need to change the FSB/DRAM ratio to 1:4 divider to give you 1600mhz for your ram frequency.Use the + and -keys on the number pad of keyboard to change values in bios.Hope this helps.
i don't know voltages of CPU,CPU-NB,HT LINK,SB and if i'll left it on auto there will be problems ? or you tell me volts and i'll do so ...

about RAM Timings is this Ookey ? does it need to set in both banks ? last time i have on auto second banks tcl,trcd,trp,tras...


this settings i tried but it wasn't stable i think there was problem of DRAm voltage then i raise it on 1.8v and it was OK, but there was some kind of problems... now if you think to make this settings in BIOS so, ok i'll

spread spectrum (disable or enable ) ???
unganged or ganged ?
memory timing 1T or 2 T ?
what i do about C1E and cool'n'quiet disable or enable ?
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Originally Posted by macedoneli View Post
i don't know voltages of CPU,CPU-NB,HT LINK,SB and if i'll left it on auto there will be problems ? or you tell me volts and i'll do so ...

about RAM Timings is this Ookey ? does it need to set in both banks ? last time i have on auto second banks tcl,trcd,trp,tras...


this settings i tried but it wasn't stable i think there was problem of DRAm voltage then i raise it on 1.8v and it was OK, but there was some kind of problems... now if you think to make this settings in BIOS so, ok i'll

spread spectrum (disable or enable ) ???
unganged or ganged ?
memory timing 1T or 2 T ?
what i do about C1E and cool'n'quiet disable or enable ?
I have OCZ Platinum high voltage ram. It ask for 1.9v.. I have 8GBs so I bumped it to 1.92v

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spread spectrum (disable or enable ) ???
disable

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unganged or ganged ?
unganged

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memory timing 1T or 2 T ?
1T
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Trying to find sweet spot here between 4GHz/ 2700+ NB and 1600+ RAM:

Buy RAM that allows you to reach a mix between low latency and high speeds on AMD platform.

I'm now running a Kingston HyperX kit here but it doesn't run at low latencies and it limits my performance. As people say, you get what you pay for and I my goal was something with a reasonable performance + low price.
suggestions for a 4 Gb kit under $200?
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I have OCZ Platinum high voltage ram. It ask for 1.9v.. I have 8GBs so I bumped it to 1.92v



disable



unganged



1T
1.92v isn't very high ??? how do you think if i will raise RAm's on 1.8v it will be unstable ? but on the kit and web-site is written that 1.7v or max 1.8v, one man told me that 1.75v is best for my kits... and now i'm very disappointed i don't know what to do...

also please give me programs/tests to make sure that PC is stable..



thank you very much
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suggestions for a 4 Gb kit under $200?
under $200 opens up alot of options......are you looking for speed or latency?
    
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1.92v isn't very high ??? how do you think if i will raise RAm's on 1.8v it will be unstable ? but on the kit and web-site is written that 1.7v or max 1.8v, one man told me that 1.75v is best for my kits... and now i'm very disappointed i don't know what to do...

also please give me programs/tests to make sure that PC is stable..



thank you very much
Follow the RAM manufacturers specification. My ram was rated at 1.9v and 1,92v Overclock.
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Does anyone have a link or screenshot of this board doing the rated 2133MHz for memory? Just wondering if the memory OC is chip limited or CPU limited.
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