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Your memory has PSC ICs, it simply will not hold tRCD that tight at that frequency. BBSE or hypers are the ones that will keep the tRCD tight at higher frequencies, but getting much harder to find & pretty expensive if you do.
    
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According to the BIOS, my B2B (set to auto) is currently at 0.

What is the RED Cycle Refresh Time? It was at 143. I changed it to 72 and it didn't post. It's at 88 and it's currently stable?
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I don't mean to be rude, but uhm...

Do you realize you're on OCN!?!?!? Haha
But seriously.. we're talking 1 clock cycle, not even on tCAS..

You don't seem like a troll, but this is pushing it.
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But seriously.. we're talking 1 clock cycle, not even on tCAS..

You don't seem like a troll, but this is pushing it.
It's like putting better window washer fluid in your car and expecting 500 more horses.
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But seriously.. we're talking 1 clock cycle, not even on tCAS..

You don't seem like a troll, but this is pushing it.
"In Internet slang, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking other users into a desired emotional response[1] or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion."

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_%28Internet%29

I'm trying to do something relatively new to me. I'm seeking assistance of people on the overclock.net forums as to an issue I am having, within the correct section, trying to receive a response as to why my RAM won't allow me to overclock.

I'm pretty sure everything I'm doing is within the boundaries of being a normal curious overclocker.

Back on topic, though. I crashed at 88 REF. I am at 124 now to test stability. Is this number critical to performance?

Should I change my B2B from auto to the lowest manually set # which is 4?
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But seriously.. we're talking 1 clock cycle, not even on tCAS..

You don't seem like a troll, but this is pushing it.
CAS & tRCD are both important to memory performance ( yes, not really noticeable outside of benchmarks, but it is there), the focus on the cas latency alone is a fairly new thing with most of the memory available now having a larger difference between the cas & trcd timings.
7-7-7 is still a touch faster than 6-8-6 (pretty sure, have to find where I compared them...).
    
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I wouldn't try starting at 4. Set it to 8 or so and work your way down. Is your measure of stability your computer's ability to POST? I highly suggest downloading Memtest and running it for at least 2 complete passes on your RAM. Note that you can run as many copies of Memtest as you have available threads, just leave one open for the OS/browser.

http://hcidesign.com/memtest/
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I wouldn't try starting at 4. Set it to 8 or so and work your way down. Is your measure of stability your computer's ability to POST? I highly suggest downloading Memtest and running it for at least 2 complete passes on your RAM. Note that you can run as many copies of Memtest as you have available threads, just leave one open for the OS/browser.

http://hcidesign.com/memtest/
Currently I'm using BurnTest at Maximum (full memory settings) to test. I assume that's sufficient? Usually if I can pass that in around 500 seconds my computer doesn't have any issues.

Anyone know why it says 0 in [Auto] for B2B?
Edited by xyeLz - 2/24/11 at 1:12pm
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The "0" while set to Auto for B2B is a known nuisance with Asus motherboards. It is actually set to somewhere between 9 and 10. Try bringing it down and see how it goes.
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You have an Asus board, they are the only ones that have the b2b cas delay at 0 & that is a bonus. It really shouldn't affect your ability to OC memory though.
At 1600 they should be able to do 6-8-6 pretty easily at 1.65V, at 2000Mhz they may need more V to do better than the rated timings.
    
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