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post #4621 of 5036
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Originally Posted by MikeLarry View Post

He meant D.O.C.P im pretty sure. Keeps your ram settings constant .

Check your HT doesnt need bumping up.

Yes that one lol its been a while since i had been in my bios, i got the majority of the letters! But that mode can help if you are having trouble with the ram bugging out
post #4622 of 5036
I don't think that I have DOCP in my mobo settings frown.gif

I have effectively given up on anything higher than 3.5 lol.

Thanks tho guys.
post #4623 of 5036
If you simply cant get out of bios it is only a simple setting. Should post them all here. I have mine a few pages back also.
post #4624 of 5036
for CPU-NB voltage to around 1.300v when is it not safe anymore and someone must apply mosfet. did everyone on the front page just use a aftermarket cooler and no additional cooling?

i HATE my chip no way to get over 4ghz even with 1.55v and lowest ram setting and ht/nb UHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHg frown.gif


what is fastest?

kindn of stable oc1 1.5 prime and 1.5hours of folding
3.9
2030 ht/nb
1546-ram
superpi 1m=18.350
stable oc2

3.77
23xx ht/nb
?-ram but 5.33 mult
superpi 1m=18.1xx
unstable oc3
3.77
36xx ht/nb
?-ram but 5.33 mult

so i just upped my ht/nb from 2030 to 2320 and i feel like its hanging ALOT. ie during boot logged in but had to let it sit there for quite sometime. atleast 5+seconds if not more. thought about rebooting due to freeze. random lockups ie opened chrome and instead of showing my 8 top sites i had to open a new tab then it showed.

ran prime small @ 3.9 for 1.5hours and was fine. im just sad i guess i have to decide with either higher cpu and lower ht/nb or lower cpu and higher ht/nb. i guess what is frustrating is that i can not gain significant advantage (only tested prime 1m) but still. seems minimal.

any suggestions? seems like 290bus is my max
Edited by snitzle_iii - 2/20/13 at 12:28pm
post #4625 of 5036
On thubans, leave HT close to 2000 and keep NB close to 1.5 times the speed of RAM. I've seen it pretty typical for NB voltage to be 1.25-1.35v for 2500-3000mhz. It all depends on the board.

And 1.55v for 4.0 ghz isn't terrible.

Thubans like tighter timings on the RAM vs actual RAM speed for various memory benchmarks. I think I remember anything higher 1600mhz on RAM net very little performance gains and so everyone pretty much kept close to 1600 if possible. And then 2400-2500 on the NB. Though you can get better scores in some benchmarks when you get the NB up to 3000 but it's not nothing noteworthy in real life uses (folding and gaming).

And be sure you got airflow over the VRM's. It OC's better when those are kept cool.

It could also be the board. I could only get up to 3.8 ghz on my M4A785TD-V Evo but was able to fold at 4.1 ghz on my Sabertooth. The reference bus was holding me back on the first board. I figured this out when I tried to lower the multi and found that my system just kept getting unstable at the same bus speed.
Edited by Krusher33 - 2/20/13 at 12:57pm
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post #4626 of 5036
i am waiting for my mosfet to arrive so i may be jumping the gun.
even at 3.77
2.6 ht/nb causes quick bsod *(i do have my volt at 1.3) so might have to put a pause till they arrive and stop going for the go. i can't find the review but i have read info that supports that 2600 is the max ht and that there is benefit to be felt. i mean i guess there must be information to support the 2k ht
luckily my temps for 1.55v is <62
ill try the 1.5x ram for nb.
thanks

my ram is currently at 1546
so what timings should i lock my ram to


i can run cpu-tweaker but not memset as it doesnt load ;?


Edited by snitzle_iii - 2/20/13 at 2:27pm
post #4627 of 5036
I've no idea on the CPU tweaker.

I think it's somewhere inside this thread that someone has mentioned about staying close to 2000 HT and linked it. And it has been said over and over again throughout the thread.

At 1546, the 9-9-9-25-40-2T should work. And the tweaking of it is to drop each timing by 1. but follow the formula. IE 8-9-9-24-39-2T, test, then try 8-8-9-23-38-2T, test then try 8-8-8-22-36-2T. If any of them fail, just bump tRC up by one. If that fail, bump tRAS by one. You may also have to increase memory voltage but I tend to never go above what SPD says for max voltage but that's just me being paranoid. Basically it's CL + tRCD + tRP = tRAS (give or take 1 or 2) and tRP + tRAS = tRC (give or take 1 to 5). If I remember right the tRC can't go higher than 42 on this chip's imc.
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Shouldn't it be 8-9-9-24-32(since 8 and 24 is 32?) Respectively
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I'm starting from what the 1600 base timings would be according to your CPUZ SPD tab that you screenshot.
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Okay I through I could do 8x8x8 sect if the ram is set to less than 1200. Seems to not be the case
Trying to load at 1160 8x9x9 failed to load windows. So I cant tighten the timings? After I put in my password it just rebooted

So Mega fail here...bought ram without checking comparable list didn't think it would matter, forum says set Feb to 240 for ram to work
Ram I have 2x2 skills f3-12800cl9 for my mobo
Then bought cheap and random 1x4 kit cmx4gx3m1333c9 cause I wanted more ram
Got raged on for having different modules
Just bought 4x2 kit of the rip jaw. Just got
0x00003b error and people saying its ram issue. Sad face time

going to post on gskills forum to see if my mobo+cpu+current ram may work

finally i cant get bios update for rev 3.1 if i have rev 2.1 board?
http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3789#driver
Edited by snitzle_iii - 2/21/13 at 12:56am
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