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post #491 of 1049
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manually set timings (9-9-9-24-2) and voltage (1.5) to be safe
Alas that's what it's been set to - but with a bclk of 102.3 the Ram base speed of 1600MHz is increased to 1636MHz.
That 36MHz is making the ram unstable .. So I have to play with the settings a bit.

I'll have to go through it bit by bit tomorrow and see if I can get the ram stable.. @ 9,9,9,24,2T - by increasing the voltage a tad.

Or I guess I could try to drop to 1333MHz (its prob 1369MHz assuming everything is linear..) then because of the drop I could prob get cas of 8,8,8,20,2T .. Maybe lower on the stock 1.5v


Well see what tomorrow brings
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post #492 of 1049
I need some help please!
it gave me a bit of a scare yesterday.
my settings are ATV 0.004, offset + 0.005, LLC disabled, PLL enabled, @ 4500 GHz (45 x 100).
I usually get 1.288 under load with 1.35 max, as reported by HWmonitor. I was deleting large amounts of data (small files) with Total Commander in 2 different threads and at one point my VCORE spiked to 1.72!!!, at least that's what HWmonitor said in the MAX field.
any idea how this could happen, or was it a false reporting? Shouldn't AI Suite alert me of that kind of voltage?

also, what are VIN4, VIN6 and VIN5 voltages in HWmonitor? VIN6 spikes to 1.91 from the usual 0.82.
thanks
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post #493 of 1049
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Alas that's what it's been set to - but with a bclk of 102.3 the Ram base speed of 1600MHz is increased to 1636MHz.
That 36MHz is making the ram unstable .. So I have to play with the settings a bit.

I'll have to go through it bit by bit tomorrow and see if I can get the ram stable.. @ 9,9,9,24,2T - by increasing the voltage a tad.

Or I guess I could try to drop to 1333MHz (its prob 1369MHz assuming everything is linear..) then because of the drop I could prob get cas of 8,8,8,20,2T .. Maybe lower on the stock 1.5v


Well see what tomorrow brings
Try setting your timings to 9-11-9-27 2T before you add more voltage. If it's still not stable then try a small voltage bump.
    
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post #494 of 1049
Good guide and a great discussion here.

Subbed.
Edited by Segovax - 4/3/11 at 9:03am
post #495 of 1049
I wish i could set my voltage higher, but supposedly 1.650 is the highest voltage recommended for this board on the memory... and I'm just not ready to press my luck and go higher than that.
    
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post #496 of 1049
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I need some help please!
it gave me a bit of a scare yesterday.
my settings are ATV 0.004, offset + 0.005, LLC disabled, PLL enabled, @ 4500 GHz (45 x 100).
I usually get 1.288 under load with 1.35 max, as reported by HWmonitor. I was deleting large amounts of data (small files) with Total Commander in 2 different threads and at one point my VCORE spiked to 1.72!!!, at least that's what HWmonitor said in the MAX field.
any idea how this could happen, or was it a false reporting? Shouldn't AI Suite alert me of that kind of voltage?

also, what are VIN4, VIN6 and VIN5 voltages in HWmonitor? VIN6 spikes to 1.91 from the usual 0.82.
thanks

I dont trust HWMonitor right now. As long as the voltage doesnt stay at 1.72V, you should be fine.

ASUS put the new BIOS on the mobo page and here what was "fixed"...

"P8P67-M PRO 0708 BIOS
1. Fix crashfree maybe fail when bios upgrade.
2. Added Print Screen help string."

"FAIL" is right..
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post #497 of 1049
Doesn't sound like the same code base as the ATX boards... still holding out hope a BIOS update will save our boards from mediocrity.

Why oh why can't MSI or Gigabyte make a mATX P67 to keep ASUS honest?
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post #498 of 1049
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...Why oh why can't MSI or Gigabyte make a mATX P67 to keep ASUS honest?
I really dont get why theres only 2 uATX P67 mobos.
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post #499 of 1049
Ah finally back to a stable build that I don't hate... (still waiting for a better bios though)

Heres what I'm leaving it at till the next bios:

Overclocked the Ram a tad to:
1636Mhz @ 1.52v
Cas: 8-9-8-24-2
(if I drop that 9 to an 8 I get a BSOD when loading windows)

Idling 0-5% load:
1.637Ghz @ .938v - 1.096v

100% load on all cores:
4.5025Ghz @ 1.288v steady

bclk: 102.3
Multi: 44
cup offset (+): .005
Atv: .004
LLC: Disable
Spec: Disable
Everything else Auto
Edited by EchoLaughter - 4/3/11 at 2:45pm
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post #500 of 1049
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Originally Posted by Segovax View Post
Good guide and a great discussion here.

Subbed.
Hey I just saw your system stats .. Mind posting up your current bios settings?
I'm trying to get my ripsaws to have the same cas you have, but struggling to do so.
Also I'm sure Blah238 would like to see how you got to 4.8GHz @ 1.384v



As for my tweaking...
I can't seem to get a good reading on my ram anymore.
I have it set in my bios to 8-9-8-24-2, and slightly overclocked to 1636Mhz

CPU-Z is reporting:

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1748494

818.7 MHz / Ram .... which makes sense, but then its saying, 6-6-6-20
and I can't for the life of me get it to read correctly. I tried uninstalling and re-installing..

Is there another program I can use to validate my rams cas timing?


Ps. on another side note..
Since I tweaked my bios to the settings I posted earlier, my core 3 which normally ran around 37-40 idling, is now around 34 - 37.
The other cores used to stay around 29-32, but now run around 31-34.
Not sure what made core 3 come down and the others go up slightly, but at least it looks more uniform
Edited by EchoLaughter - 4/3/11 at 6:26pm
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