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post #71 of 241
Man was i scared that this thread has ended
Don`t take it to hard pre` the real benefit is coming from your CPU and lower timing+you don`t overvolt your RAM2death that is something you can ive with. (I hope!)
Now enjoy your Ganja and maybe you hop over to the RAM section maybe someone there can help you, but since you got than funky mobo i doubt it.
BTW we 3 should do the p43 ownerclub, very 1337 nobody exept us 3 would join
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Hehe, actually its a nice idea, a little p5p43td club hehe
I bet there allot of OC-ers with trouble in this motherboard.

As for of me, i think i have a long way too go
Nom @ high mhz and fsb, but loose timings = low bandwith

Its just my luck, and i bet my motherboard is pissed @ me,
Becuase one time, when its was like 06.00hours and i was semi asleep/awake.
I was cleaning my cable management, and accidently ripped of a
SATA connector. Just the connector plastic thingy is loose, and the pins stickin out of the motherboard heheheh
But i allready had all this problems. before that happened..

But as usual,
i will report back soon
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Yeah lower bandwith but like i wrote with my 9-9-9-24 i got a higher bandwith than you.
We really hav to figure out what is wrong with your RAM, except that you spend hours to get it right!
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Hi ya Guys.....

I see Prescotter is still ram Happy.....Ive been running these ripjaws @ a
9-9-9-25 when I OC they wont run any tighter.........

I dont know why these will not do the 1600mhz........ Heaven know`s I've tried..

They don`t like the pci-e in the bios changed either......they just like Auto setting....no joy.......heck there on the qvl and should OC to the advertised 1600mhz......but all still runs pretty fast for what I have invested....not much.

I will try more with the ram tonight and start a 8-8-8-24 stock timings and start to raise the fsb and see where it starts bsoding or no boot....

But really it beats some other asus boards with the fsb wall as ours seems to be 440-441 ish so Im thankful....could be alot worse.....I wonder if I lower my multiplier and then up the fsb.......HMMMMM......

I will get back to you........

and the rest of the P5P 43td club.......Asus wont help ya.....we will....


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I just saw a light at the end of the tunnel
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post #76 of 241
Hi ya

I gave the ram a go....no joy....pci-e settings work only on Auto???
Oc @ 3.455 ish......ram @ 17280....Very stable at that.....passes prime95 easy.
I dont know what to say about the ram. I will not be purchasing it again at least not this brand.......OCZ or Corsair....for my next build which will be at least a year or 3.....all this is new stuff so....Hope it lasts for a few... sure it will....

I think the temp thing is settled for now Mr.Eiht......I don`t think its the chip...I think its the V8 as I put the zallman on which has never been mounted on this chip... and a immediate drop in temp....? so it leads me to belive the V8 is the soul cause...of a Idle @ 43c-44c but I when I upgrade to a new HS I will try the razzor blade trick........but it does make sense......the zallman should produce high temps if it was a concave chip but it doesn`t.....!!!!!!! flat is flat....I bet my left fingure its the V8.......and I will email coolmaster on monday to get sluffed off for sure......

As for the Mobo.....its great...I wanted 3.2 and was having troubles.....getting that...joined the forum... and got a stable 3.4 ish with ok ram too....

So result in my opinion.......I will sort out the fans.....when I hit the comp store.......still more to be done but bios and temps and Oc are in fine working order......better than I first expected.....

I may try the pcie setting again but so far nadda wont post/start black screen and no start up beep.......thats where Im at with the ripjaws....

Back to you soon

Prescotter got threw the tunnel to the light and ask why gore cant get 1600mhz on his ram..............thanks


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Edited by Gore - 3/27/11 at 7:39am
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But i think i finnaly found out, why its f#cking around.

I will explain:

Each memory has a memory speed has a different timing table:
Example image of my mem: ( Only shows two tables per speed)


There are 3 rows for each speed, just as you can select in the bios.

Now the problem @ me is, the memory always chooses the timing table of a low speed.
So as i edit the 7-7-7-21, to 8-8-8-23 the rest of the timings stay still tight.
(Wich is not good)

So to fix this, you need software to read out the full ram timing tables, so you can enter all values manually in bios.
Software like: Typhoon Burner or SPDTool can reed out the spd timings in windows.
These tools require Windows 7 driver signing to be off, and UAC disabled too.
(I still have to turn of the driver siging, cuz the pogram dont work)

So i also found out, that one timings requires to be @ 128 or something,
and my motherboard max is 127 on that one.
So this may also be a reason for the motherboard to freak out and dont boot up.

So i think if we enter all timings manually for 1600mhz speed. It might be stable, while now its not.

This stands all seperate from instability you could have with High on this motherboard. So i geuss it would be smart to test it with a lower fsb, and a high memory multiplier

btw, this is all stoner speculation. it could be all wrong.. HEHEH!!!!
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post #78 of 241
Rock on Prescotter

So each stick has its own time table....and bios sets them low?

That would explain why I can Only Oc @9-9-9-25 bad timings...

See what you find out Prescotter.....its beyond me....

4 ram slots on a seperate table per slot........shouldnt they all run the same?

Im not trying to sound funny......you`d expect same speed and timings per slot.

Heck Im all ears......

You go Prescott....do it up.....

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What i mean is like ram tables like this

500mhz 5-5-5-15-8-4 , 10-20-60-1-6, 30-6-7-8-9-111 (tighter timings)
800mhz 9-9-9-24-8-7 , 15-21-65-2-7, 31-8-8-8-10-112 (higher, looser timings)

so if you put 800mhz speed, with 9-9-9-24, then the other timings are still from 500mhz.
What could result in instability

FAKE TIMINGS, just to explain it
Edited by prescotter - 3/27/11 at 9:33am
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Sorry guys I have no clue what you are talking about. Really!
Maybe i`m too sleepy...
These are the JEDEC standarts for your RAM.
Since YOU are a bad guy and OVERCLOCKED your CPU which should be running @ lower clocks why do you care about these standarts?
They tell you to run your RAM @low MHz and lame, boring timings.
And we (i hope i`m allowed to speak for OCN at this point)
say : "Runn these things with high MHz and SUPER_thight timings"
So who are you listening to???
---->15-21-65-2-7, 31-8-8-8-10-112 ???
These are second and third information as you can see here, which i allready posted:
http://img121.imageshack.us/i/secondlu.jpg/
IGNORE them for now.
These second settings in your picture ARE X.M.P (eXtreme Memory Profile)
which is like o.c. RAM setting for "lazy guys" (sorry if i call that so. Just imho)
And I allready wrote something like : "LOL X.M.P with this mobo AND an high FSB FORGET IT "
/* Sorry i tried to write agressiv and funny @ the same time and try to stay awake */
I made a funky picture (don`t say its not, look @ the arrows, art pure)
http://img842.imageshack.us/i/myram.jpg/
And @Mr.Gore these are the settings for my G.Skill 1333ish RAM, they are nice they work, are stable and they even smell good
But congratz 4 you O.C. i`m really happy that you were able to achive that.
(OK, you had to go through dust and mud but anyway, you are there)
//---------------------------------------
So now I`m abot to finish this epic post wait one thing thx 4 keeping this thread alive I would miss something without posting here everyday
Cheers lads!
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