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Hi there, i just wanted to share this with you all, and that i need a brief guide on how to oc my north bridge on my CHIVE, since i need to tune my memories to get nice results. My actual bios config is this: DOCP OC, Profile #1, memories set at 1003Mhz (2006Mhz), FSB 245 X 16.5 Multi, NB 2006Mhz, Is there any guide on how to tune memory on the system?.

Another Pic for you:

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I have everything pretty much on auto since im a Noob on this.

AH memories are this ones F3-16000CL9D-8GBFL G-Skill Flares 9-10-9-28 2T 1.55v (MAX), yeah I know latencies really suck. Should I try lower the latencies by lowering the Mhz like 1866MHz or 1600MHz?

Another pic when I changed the Tridents for the Flares:

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THANKS A LOT!.


You really should clock your NB higher, this is much important than the memory speed.

As for the memory I recommend that you experiment with different settiggs to see what your memory is capable of. Hopefully you will then find a reasonable compromise between clock speed & tighter timings.
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been sick for a week real bad last 3 days but am getting better now maby tommorrow i will work on my new SLI build that is a sabertooth with a 1100t for now but not long and 16 gigs of corsair vengence 1600 and thermalfake liquid cooling with 2 gtx 450,s and then i will see how far a 1100t can overclock and be stable and can anyone please tell me how to change this 2.4 ghz under my name bo40 over to the left
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You really should clock your NB higher, this is much important than the memory speed.
As for the memory I recommend that you experiment with different settiggs to see what your memory is capable of. Hopefully you will then find a reasonable compromise between clock speed & tighter timings.

yeah shoot for more like this http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2068249
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Sorry in advance but kind of new to this forum how does one become a member of this club? This is the best board I've ever had very forgiving. Thanks
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thanks this is very interesting to me i have the 8150 on this CHV machine and i have orderd anouther one but with the results ive seen and with 2 outher new machines with sabertooths i think im going to be inclined to put the second 8150 in the new sli machine with its sabertooth and bump my CHIVE down the lineup to an upstairs machine and have this machine and the sli machine as my primary 2 in my office the reason for this is that i havent seen nearly anything close to this for a CHIV formula or a CHIVE and i hit this http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2068249 and have headroom for more with this CHV

I believe that what you say is true, but when I tried it I could not OC the BD cause the chip in question wasnt even mine.
Owner specifically asked me to not OC his chip, which I gladly followed since I had no interest on risking my board and his cpu.
I had it in my board for one day and at stock with no oc on it, it didnt seem slow at all... Was working great which was cool.
I still have faith on BD and in AMD.
Btw the BD went into my board cause the CHV you speak of, which the owner bought was dead from factory...rolleyes.gif
Its being replaced...
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Sorry in advance but kind of new to this forum how does one become a member of this club? This is the best board I've ever had very forgiving. Thanks

It's been awhile but I believe that you can add yourself in the OP. smile.gif

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I can't seem to get stable past 4.0Ghz on my 1090T using this board. I dunno why. Im currently at 4.0Ghz at 4.75Vcore, anything past 4.05xGhz would fail on OCCT. I tried upping my volts to as high as 1.5, still fails on OCCT after just 6 mins or so.

1.5x seems so ridiculous for a measly 4.1Ghz I assume, since most of you guys can hit 4.0Ghz with just 1.42Vcore. Of course, I could be wrong.

Anybody who can help? frown.gif
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I can't seem to get stable past 4.0Ghz on my 1090T using this board. I dunno why. Im currently at 4.0Ghz at 4.75Vcore, anything past 4.05xGhz would fail on OCCT. I tried upping my volts to as high as 1.5, still fails on OCCT after just 6 mins or so.
1.5x seems so ridiculous for a measly 4.1Ghz I assume, since most of you guys can hit 4.0Ghz with just 1.42Vcore. Of course, I could be wrong.
Anybody who can help? frown.gif

We'll need more info, how about a snip of CPUZ showing the CPU, Memory and Main Board tabs?
Also CPU/NB voltage and current Dram voltage would be helpful as well as current Vcore.
Also need Core Temps under load. What do run for cooling?

How stable is your 4.0? 12 hrs Prime95 at least?
I found a big voltage wall going past 4.1, but very doable, just have to keep looking for the cause of instability. I might be able to help!
 
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We'll need more info, how about a snip of CPUZ showing the CPU, Memory and Main Board tabs?
Also CPU/NB voltage and current Dram voltage would be helpful as well as current Vcore.
Also need Core Temps under load. What do run for cooling?
How stable is your 4.0? 12 hrs Prime95 at least?
I found a big voltage wall going past 4.1, but very doable, just have to keep looking for the cause of instability. I might be able to help!

Im currently back on stock settings for now, giving my processor a rest LOL!

But im on a Rev 1.xx CHIV, BIOS 2002.

my 4.0Ghz was at 226x18, at 1.475Vcore. CPU/NB temps were at 1.2v, DRAM volts were at stock 1.5v. For cooling, I use a Thermaltake Frio. For stability, I ran a 2hrs of OCCT. Didnt stress it enough since I wasnt contented with 4.0Ghz at all.

Temps under load (CPU) Maxed out at 52 deg.
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It's been awhile but I believe that you can add yourself in the OP. smile.gif
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I would have thought so but I looked didnt see it anywhere. Its like that in other clubs Ive seen.Maybe Im blind. I did fill out the member spreedsheet
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