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Anybody wanna help me tighten the timings on my sig rig? It's currently 9-9-9-24 @ 1600, which I got through the auto-OC software, and I'm looking for x-x-x-x @ 1866. No idea what I'm doing though
Please and thank you

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Originally Posted by darthjoe229 View Post
Anybody wanna help me tighten the timings on my sig rig? It's currently 9-9-9-24 @ 1600, which I got through the auto-OC software, and I'm looking for x-x-x-x @ 1866. No idea what I'm doing though
Please and thank you

edit: the newegg page for the ram
Frequency will be tied into your OC. If you aren't OC'ing you won't be able to get 1866. Timings on the other hand are easy. Change the 1st number down one, leave the other 3 alone. If you don't Black or BSoD, then it's stable. But run it for a full day or more doing things like Gaming or Run MaxxMem to see how it holds up. If it works change 3rd numb. Leave 2nd alone until you go down one more on both 1 and 3. Typically 2nd number is where tightening timings fail.

If you can't go lower than 9-9-9 don't sweat it as all the really good RAM is pretty scarce. Frequency is where it's at though. The higher the Frequency the better the R/W speeds are.

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Originally Posted by darthjoe229 View Post
Anybody wanna help me tighten the timings on my sig rig? It's currently 9-9-9-24 @ 1600, which I got through the auto-OC software, and I'm looking for x-x-x-x @ 1866. No idea what I'm doing though
Please and thank you

edit: the newegg page for the ram
I believe this would be a good place to start

1866mhz 9-10-9-28 @ 1.5volts
then try 1.55 volts
look up D.O.C.P. in the BIOS scetion of the manual it will help you set up memory Freq.
you will need to set the CPU Bus Freq to 234 to get a memory freq of 1866mhz

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231455

Take the desired memory freq in MHz and divide by 8 this will give the necessary CPU Bus Freq. setting to obtain desired memory Freq. if and only if the memory can handle that Freq.
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I believe this would be a good place to start

1866mhz 9-10-9-28 @ 1.5volts
then try 1.55 volts
look up D.O.C.P. in the BIOS scetion of the manual it will help you set up memory Freq.
you will need to set the CPU Bus Freq to 234 to get a memory freq of 1866mhz

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231455

Take the desired memory freq in MHz and divide by 8 this will give the necessary CPU Bus Freq. setting to obtain desired memory Freq. if and only if the memory can handle that Freq.
You'll need to drop HT freq when you go over 210 bus freq.
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^^^Looks nice. But I think it be better if you darken those white fonts, maybe black? Would be more readable.
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I can read them just fine. Maybe a little bolder?

They do look good ALU.

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^^Much better
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Thanks everyone, and definitely better.
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Yeah better. Not that they were bad before.

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Alright stumbled across this and I cannot be sure if this has started with the new Bios, 0506, or my new, but downgraded, cpu. I do not remember seeing this on my 1090T, but only used the new Bios for about 3 days with my 1090T. Now my CPU-NB volts are reading .10 higher then what i set them at. The actual Bios shows the exact same readings but I had to get a screenshot from Windows as i have no USB drive available.

Edit: Oh, and I checked LLC for CPU-NB and different settings, that is not the issue as this is the readings at idle.



Can someone else with Bios 0506 check this out?
Edited by Chuckclc - 7/9/11 at 11:50pm
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