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post #31 of 43
Quote:
Originally Posted by squeek37
I have it running stable at 10x270, DDR333, and HT on x3.
I've also tried (all at DDR333 and HTx3):
10x280
10.5x276
11x263
10.5x271
None of these will stay stable.
Voltages for mobo and RAM?

Timings for RAM?
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Have you tried the RAM @ 133/266 ?
    
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post #33 of 43
Is your power supply crapping out on you? Check its readings in BIOS.

Tell me exactly how you have the BIOS set up. We are so similar, perhaps I can give you some suggestions. I am completely game stable at 2.9, but it won't last the distance in Prime. I am perfectly happy with game stable, though, since that is what my machine is for.
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post #34 of 43
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ffmadcow
Voltages for mobo and RAM?

Timings for RAM?
If by mobo, you mean the chipset voltage, it is at 1.5V.
RAM is currently at 3-3-3-8 to keep timings out of the picture and voltage runs fine at 2.8, but I've had it at 3.0 to see if that helps.


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Have you tried the RAM @ 133/266 ?
I had it at 200 and 10x280 didn't work.
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post #35 of 43
Seems like you have the memory thing down to keep it out of the picture!
Have you thrown the figures at Gogars to see what combos might work better? The oddity is what seems best and fastest is not always efficent.
    
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post #36 of 43
I looked through the entire thread and do not see you saying that you have locked the PCI-E/PCI bus. For you to make those numbers it would seem you have but just in case, have you?

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I looked through the entire thread and do not see you saying that you have locked the PCI-E/PCI bus. For you to make those numbers it would seem you have but just in case, have you?

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PCI-E Clock is set to 100MHz
PCI Clock Synchronization Mode is set to auto. (with options for "to CPU" and 33.33MHz)
Does that mean it is locked?
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post #38 of 43
I would try to drop the vcore a bit. I don't think puting it to the max(1.55v) is always the best. the sweet spot on mine was 1.392v and I reached 2.84 stable with it there, but then had to increase to 1.425v just to reach 2.9

If you only have stock air cooling then that extra voltage will kill you with added heat which in turn will cause instability.
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post #39 of 43
Quote:
Originally Posted by squeek37
PCI-E Clock is set to 100MHz
PCI Clock Synchronization Mode is set to auto. (with options for "to CPU" and 33.33MHz)
Does that mean it is locked?
Set it to 33.3. It helped me for some reason.
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What cooling for the CPU do you have?
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