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post #4161 of 6458
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Originally Posted by Erper;14427663 
ok, after 2.5h of testing, i had 1 error on first and 2 errors on second worker....

How could you have 2 errors on the same core as when error occurs test immediately stops on that worker..

Also when did 1st error occured (after how much time since start)?


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post #4162 of 6458
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How could you have 2 errors on the same core as when error occurs test immediately stops on that worker..

Also when did 1st error occured (after how much time since start)?


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it was on test after 798 think so...
first and second pass he did, the 1024 and 896 or so...
than on third one, second worker stopped, the rest of them continue to work...
gtl is 63, and ram voltage is 1.96... ive putted fan on top of ram, cause during the test, it was too hot...
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would anyone be so kind as to tell me what the lowest value you can set for FSB is?

thanks
anyone?
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Originally Posted by Erper View Post
it was on test after 798 think so...
first and second pass he did, the 1024 and 896 or so...
than on third one, second worker stopped, the rest of them continue to work...
gtl is 63, and ram voltage is 1.96... ive putted fan on top of ram, cause during the test, it was too hot...
You can try but I think that you'll never be able to get 470Mhz FSB stable in P95 Large FFT on P5Q Pro..

Instead I would start to lower FSB by 3MHz and test again until it's stable and stick with stable OC..

Check out my 450 - 460MHz FSB template on 1st page of this club and work from there..


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anyone?
Don't know,never tried lower than 200MHz..




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post #4165 of 6458
ok, will do...

just quick question, what would be better to take:

p8p67
p8p67 pro
or sabretooth p67....

i like the layout on sabretooth,
idk will i ever use second graphic card...

also, what would be difference with moded bios, and default one... any advantages?
Edited by Erper - 8/1/11 at 2:19pm
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post #4166 of 6458
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This has nothing to do with RAM modules as it's purely motherboard limitation..

Set PL=10 (or higher) for FSB:RAM=1:1 and PL8 for 5:6..

Set STRAP to AUTO (or 333) and that's it..

I have Apacer 2x1GB 800MHz CL5 modules and they work the same way as my HyperX 1066MHz CL5 (also they work perfectly together in 6GB config 2x2GB + 2x1GB)..


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It does because if memory is set to AUTO the timings are affected by the performance level. Which means that they will be set too low to be able to run at a 1:1 ratio which is all your gonna run with 800mhz modules at 400mhz fsb. And 8 is not stable past 400fsb and neither the 333 strap with 1:1 past 400. Its because 5:6 changes the timing set for each performance level to be much looser, thats why its able to run at that speed.

The point is that this is how he needs to get it stable.
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post #4167 of 6458
Kingt, I was already following your guide. Can't get it stable past a 400mhz fsb

EDIT: So Dillmiester, you're saying I do need to upgrade ram to get a performance increase in fsb?
Edited by dlerch - 8/1/11 at 2:28pm
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post #4168 of 6458
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ok, will do...

just quick question, what would be better to take:

p8p67
p8p67 pro
or sabretooth p67....

i like the layout on sabretooth,
idk will i ever use second graphic card...

also, what would be difference with moded bios, and default one... any advantages?
If you don't plan on SLI/CrossFire then P8P67 is your option..

Otherwise go with whatever you like..

Personally I would go with Asus P8Z68-V (supports SLI/CF and it's a great motherboard)..


Between moded and stock BIOSes I haven't noticed any difference..

But I would go with THIS BIOS as I have used it and it works great..



@ Dlerch

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Asus P8Z68-V is 147e
p8p67 pro is 154e
and p8p67 is 130e
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It does because if memory is set to AUTO the timings are affected by the performance level. Which means that they will be set too low to be able to run at a 1:1 ratio which is all your gonna run with 800mhz modules at 400mhz fsb. And 8 is not stable past 400fsb and neither the 333 strap with 1:1 past 400. Its because 5:6 changes the timing set for each performance level to be much looser, thats why its able to run at that speed.

The point is that this is how he needs to get it stable.


This is what I run (ROCK SOLID):

FSB freq= 471MHz
STRAP=333
DRAM freq = 942MHz

DRAM Timings (manually set)=
5-5-5-15-3-52-6-3
8-3-5-4-6-4-7
14-5-1-6-6

Performance Level = 10 (manually set)


Quote:
Originally Posted by Erper View Post
Asus P8Z68-V is 147e
p8p67 pro is 154e
and p8p67 is 130e
Asus P8Z68-V is the best of the bunch,FTW..


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Edited by KingT - 8/1/11 at 2:37pm
     
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