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Intel H67 Problem, Solved: buying Gigabyte

post #1 of 8
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I need some help adjusting the ram timings for my mobo. It defaults to 1066 ram and I bought 1333. There's alot more going on in the timing settings than the "9-9-9-24" tells me.


Here is what I need to adjust:


Here is the ram I bought:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...45315&Tpk=xms3

Also, I can't get speedfan to adjust the fan speed on the cpu fan. It defaults to like 100% fan speed and it doesn't need to be at 100%
Edited by Syjeklye - 1/22/11 at 1:11pm
post #2 of 8
to run at 1600 its possible youll need to increase fsb to 160 unless you can set that multiplier to 12 and the 9-9-9-24 refer to the first 4 timings. Other then that i would assume your command rate is 2t.
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post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 
This is an H67 board and this memory runs at 1333 not 1600
post #4 of 8
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Originally Posted by Syjeklye View Post
This is an H67 board and this memory runs at 1333 not 1600


Alot of BIOS defualt RAM to incorrect timings.

It seems you already have adjusted it to 1333 MHz, by your pic.

The first four numbers you see:

7
7
7
20

Are your timings, in the same order as labeled on any timing sheet such as what newegg tells you.

Simply change the numbers to:

9
9
9
24

By clicking on the numbers and entering the correct number, or by switching to it in the provided list.

The VERY last number (command rate) is pretty useful, and most people can get away with setting it to 1, instead of 2, making it perform a little better.
Edited by kennyparker1337 - 1/21/11 at 11:46am
post #5 of 8
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the help.

I tried that for about 3 hours last night. I talked to an intel person on the internet and told him my problem as well. He said something along the lines of it needs to be the JDEC timings and at ONLY 1.5 volts or else it will not post.

So I went out and bought "faster" ram and started the RMA process for the 1333 ram. Problem... the new ram defaults to 1066 as well; and when I put it to 1333, 1.5v, 9 9 9 24, 2t; and it still fails to post.

Ram i bought (see JDEC timings, The timings the board is supposed to default to)
http://www.frys.com/product/6410762

everything about this says it's supposed to work. but it don't. I'm guessing i'm going to have to call newegg.
post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 
I'm giving up on this H67 crap. RMA'ing it since it will not ran ANY ram at 1333 and now it won't even flash the bios anymore.

I think i'm going to pick up a Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3 from a local shop. Anyone think this is a good idea?
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Originally Posted by Syjeklye View Post
I'm giving up on this H67 crap. RMA'ing it since it will not ran ANY ram at 1333 and now it won't even flash the bios anymore.

I think i'm going to pick up a Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3 from a local shop. Anyone think this is a good idea?
Probly a good idea to switch to a P instead of H. Sorry i couldn't help more, but i have never dealt with SB yet.

I would get the GA-P67A-UD3P instead. But only if you can spend the extra $20, otherwise your board is just fine.
post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 
Got the GA-P67A-UD3 today. Everything worked instantly. Found XMP settings, and already overclocked the processor. What a difference... faster ram, faster proc, just as easy to install. I haven't used a gigabyte motherboard before but I am thoroughly impressed.
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