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Rise only, CPU voltage and CPU-NB voltage. Why don't try run the RAM to 1600? I'm not sure if the RAM can support the 1.65V.
Ram is rated for 1.35V @1600. BIOS won't set this - 1.31, 1.41 etc. Tried at 1600 with stock timings up to 1.51V, but no boot. Can boot @ 1600 with BIOS auto timings but they are very loose (11-11-11). May try to start here and gradually tighten. However the 965 IMC is only rated for 1333, so best performance is normally with high NB clock and tight RAM timings. So far best I can get is 9934Mb/s read with 7-8-7-24@ 1386 (bumped the FSB to 208 with CPU @ 4056 & NB @ 2704)
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Rise only, CPU voltage and CPU-NB voltage. Why don't try run the RAM to 1600? I'm not sure if the RAM can support the 1.65V.
Ram is rated for 1.35V @1600. Tried at 1600 with stock timings up to 1.51V, but no boot. Not sure how far it's safe to go with the voltage on this RAM. Windows boots @ 1600 with BIOS auto timings but they are very loose (11-11-11). May try to start here and gradually tighten, but best performance on the IMC should be with high NB clock and tight RAM timings, so no point running at 1600 with loose timings. Best I have at the moment is 9934Mb/s read with 7-8-7-24@1386 (bumped the FSB to 208 with CPU @ 4056 & NB @ 2704)
Edited by Steely_Probiscis - 1/8/11 at 1:29pm
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Just got this BSOD



minutes ago I got this playing BFBC2..


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Somebody knows how pass the 310 FBS on this mobo?
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post #2726 of 4331
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I think Saint19 should take offense to that, but the best config on your RAM will depend on how you are getting 3.8 GHz. You ideally want the highest HTT available to be used and have the RAM and CPU fall into place after that. Assuming your RAM is this kit, you would want to set your timings to the 7-7-7-24 (tCL-tRCD-tRP-tRAS) specified, and then set up DDR3-1600 as the RAM desires. This can be done:

8.00x memory, 19.0x CPU, 200 MHz HTT
6.67x memory, 16.0x CPU, 238 MHz HTT (where I would likely pick)
5.33x memory, 12.5x CPU, 300 MHz HTT (likely the fastest of these)
4.00x memory, 9.5x CPU, 400 MHz HTT (I PROMISE you this will not POST)

Why do you only have 3.8 GHz on the CPU and not closer to 4.0 GHz? Have not tried higher, or your comfortable voltage will not permit it? I would suggest going with the 16x CPU, 6.67x memory (DDR3-1333) and cranking the HTT as high as it will go. At 4.0 GHz, you would have DDR3-1666, for example.

If need be, try loosening the RAM to 7-8-8-26 or 7-9-9-28 to see if it will let you get better performance. (You would need to benchmark to test that.) You might be able to get up towards 1866 MHz if you loosen it to 8-x-x-(11+2x), but I do not know how much performance increase (decrease?) that will get you.

OH, one last thing. Set your tRC to be equal to tRP + tRAS.
For some reason, I can boot at 20x on multiplied with 200mhz to achieve 4.0ghz (albiet unstable) but when I try x16 at 238 as mentioned above I can't even get it to boot. Blue screens righ away. What do you think is off? Voltage or something?


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For some reason, I can boot at 20x on multiplied with 200mhz to achieve 4.0ghz (albiet unstable) but when I try x16 at 238 as mentioned above I can't even get it to boot. Blue screens righ away. What do you think is off? Voltage or something?


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CPU voltage for x20, and remember that when you change the FBS, the NB frequency, HT frequency and DRAM frequency also change.
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Ahh. I bet that is why then. How do I remedy this? Up the voltage to the ram? Im using the preset ram settings in bios that let's me chooses 6.66 which is like 1633mhz or something. Should I slow down the ram?

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RAM problem
Think so to..

I have 8GBs of high voltage ram(1.9v)

I'm going to replace it tomorrow with 4GB DDR3-2000 kit
Edited by ToxicAdam - 1/11/11 at 10:45am
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Ahh. I bet that is why then. How do I remedy this? Up the voltage to the ram? Im using the preset ram settings in bios that let's me chooses 6.66 which is like 1633mhz or something. Should I slow down the ram?

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Setting the Reference clock to 200MHz and using the CPU multiplier to overclock the processor, after that you can play with the NB frequency to add more performance.
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