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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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post #1891 of 6472
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I could run my RAM @ CL4 timings but I chose not to as I don't want to put unnecessary stress on my components (NB mostly)..

It's fast enough as it is and probably would last a bit longer..

CHEERS..
As long as they doesn't need much volts and NB can stay at same Volts, I don't see how it would be stressed much more...

Mine are also rated at 4-4-4-12-2.0v at 800MHz. As long as they do it at 890MHz at 1.94v (Probably 2.02v in this motherboard) they should be fine. Have not tried lower Volts. It may be I can go down to 1.9v...

KingT,

By the way, you got a + rep from me for helping me out and giving good info's about the GTL/FSB settings
    
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@kingt.sell me your pc9200.:}
    
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@kingt.sell me your pc9200.:}
Have you been playing more with your QX9650? Should be able to do 4GHz+ easy with that CM V8 cooler...
    
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Have you been playing more with your QX9650? Should be able to do 4GHz+ easy with that CM V8 cooler...
just a little but noting serious as i have not had enough time.
just stuck it at 3.6 from 3.3 but i want to get around 3.9 stable would suit me fine.it runs really cool as most have said they get very hot max so far is 43c and idles min of 21c which is real nice.


just a question.i need to get more ram 4ghz for this os.ive tried some 1066 crucial and they seem to be better than my hyper x with my setup,what do you guys think of that?
Edited by maxextz - 2/13/11 at 8:05am
    
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just a little but noting serious as i have not had enough time.
just stuck it at 3.6 from 3.3 but i want to get around 3.9 stable would suit me fine.it runs really cool as most have said they get very hot max so far is 43c and idles min of 21c which is real nice.


just a question.i need to get more ram 4ghz for this os.ive tried some 1066 crucial and they seem to be better than my hyper x with my setup,what do you guys think of that?
Well, If they work well at their advertised speed, go for them...
    
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As long as they doesn't need much volts and NB can stay at same Volts, I don't see how it would be stressed much more...

Mine are also rated at 4-4-4-12-2.0v at 800MHz. As long as they do it at 890MHz at 1.94v (Probably 2.02v in this motherboard) they should be fine. Have not tried lower Volts. It may be I can go down to 1.9v...

KingT,

By the way, you got a + rep from me for helping me out and giving good info's about the GTL/FSB settings
That's just me..

I noticed,thanx for the rep+..


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@kingt.sell me your pc9200.:}
Hahah sorry man but I have sold it to another friend of my over a year ago when I bought Q9550 and stoped playing with C2Duo's..

Now I have run my system with:

5-4-4-12-2-45-4-2
7-3-5-4-5-4-7
12-5-1-4-4
Moderate, PL=10, vDRAM= 2.1V

and I have managed with just 3.9GHz (459MHz FSB, RAM=918) to come only 40Pts shy of my 4.3GHz (506MHz FSB, RAM=1012MHz) 3DMark 11 score..

1. Regular 24/7 3.9GHz 5-5-5-15 3DMark 11 = 5780 Pts

2. Extreme 3.9GHz 5-4-4-12 3DMark11 = 5844 Pts

3. 4.3GHz 5-5-5-15 (1012MHz RAM) 3DMark11 = 5887 Pts

So RAM bandwidth has more impact on Physics score than pure CPU clock and FSB clock..WoW..

CHEERS..
Edited by KingT - 2/13/11 at 8:17am
     
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That's just me..

I noticed,thanx for the rep+..




Hahah sorry man but I have sold it to another friend of my over a year ago when I bought Q9550 and stoped playing with C2Duo's..

Now I have run my system with:

5-4-4-12-2-45-4-2
7-3-5-4-5-4-7
12-5-1-4-4
Moderate, PL=10, vDRAM= 2.1V

and I have managed with just 3.9GHz (459MHz FSB, RAM=918) to come only 40Pts shy of my 4.3GHz (506MHz FSB, RAM=1012MHz) 3DMark 11 score..

1. Regular 24/7 3.9GHz 5-5-5-15 3DMark 11 = 5780 Pts

2. Extreme 3.9GHz 5-4-4-12 3DMark11 = 5844 Pts

3. 4.3GHz 5-5-5-15 (1012MHz RAM) 3DMark11 = 5887 Pts

So RAM bandwidth has more impact on Physics score than pure CPU clock and FSB clock..WoW..

CHEERS..
Same goes for 3DMark Vantage CPU scores.. 4005MHz (445 x9) RAM 890MHz 4-4-4-12 gave me a little higher CPU score and total score VS 4050MHz (450 x9) RAM 900 5-5-5-15...
    
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Here ya go,

3DMark Vantage
Q9650@4050MHz (450FSB x9), RAM 900 5-5-5-15-1.94v, GTX570 850/1700/2000
P20947
GPU Score 23311
CPU Score 16061
http://3dmark.com/3dmv/2916996


Q9650@4.005MHz (445 x9), RAM 890 4-4-4-12-1.94v, GTX570 850/1700/2000
P21014
GPU Score 23327
CPU Score 16196

http://3dmark.com/3dmv/2917029


Both setups uses same Voltages for NB and RAM's. Also all other settings are identical, except for the Vcore is lower on the 4005MHz setup. So it's actually running cooler and a tad faster. I see no reason not to use this as my 24/7 setup.
Edited by turrican9 - 2/13/11 at 8:52am
    
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Here ya go,

3DMark Vantage
Q9650@4050MHz (450FSB x9), RAM 900 5-5-5-15-1.94v, GTX570 850/1700/2000
P20947
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CPU Score 16061
http://3dmark.com/3dmv/2916996


Q9650@4.005MHz (445 x9), RAM 890 4-4-4-12-1.94v, GTX570 850/1700/2000
P21014
GPU Score 23327
CPU Score 16196

http://3dmark.com/3dmv/2917029


Both setups uses same Voltages for NB and RAM's. Also all other settings are identical, except for the Vcore is lower on the 4005MHz setup. So it's actually running cooler and a tad faster. I see no reason not to use this as my 24/7 setup.
Yeah a small boost in Vantage..

But there are apps that love pure CPU clocks like SuperPi or Cinebench etc so it goes both ways..

My rig is also ROCK SOLID stable with these 5-4-4-12 timings but I will revert to my previous loosened timings just becouse for this 918MHz 5-4-4-12 I need 2.1V on RAM and for 918MHz 5-5-5-15 I need 1.86V..

Not worth it for 24/7 usage..

CHEERS..
     
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Yeah a small boost in Vantage..

But there are apps that love pure CPU clocks like SuperPi or Cinebench etc so it goes both ways..

My rig is also ROCK SOLID stable with these 5-4-4-12 timings but I will revert to my previous loosened timings just becouse for this 918MHz 5-4-4-12 I need 2.1V on RAM and for 918MHz 5-5-5-15 I need 1.86V..

Not worth it for 24/7 usage..

CHEERS..
I also reverted back to my Rock Stable 4050MHz RAM 900MHz 5-5-5-15-1.94v, due to a couple of spontaneous reboots when using 4-4-4-12-1.94v at 890MHz in Prime95 Large FFT's. I don't think it's worth upping RAM Voltage more.

As I've said, very happy with 4.05GHz and 6GB RAM. Rock stable.

So now I hope to stop my tweaking and overclocking and use my P5Q Pro Turbo system...
    
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