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post #11 of 23
Speed Step has nothing to with turbo. Speed Step will clock down your pc when not under a load. As i like it so i keep mine on for that reason as i see no need to idle @4.0gh+. you can just you x.m.p profile and allow the bios to set the ram up for you. But then go back and check the qpi voltage as sometimes it likes to add a little more to that. Just clock the cpu where you want it and check the ram speed, keep it close to 1,800mhz and you you will be fine.

Template for you.
Code:
Target CPU Frequency                  XXXXMHz
Target DRAM Frequency                 XXXXMHz

LN2 Mode                              []***
QPI Loadline Calibration              []***

Sync Mode                             []
AI Overclock Tuner                    []
OC From CPU level Up                  []
CPU Ratio Setting                     []
CPU Turbo Power Limit                 []

>CPU Configuration----------------------------
CPU Ratio Setting                     []
C1E Support                           []
Hardware Prefetcher                   []
Adjacent Cache Line Prefetcher        []
Intel(R) Virtualiyation Tech          []
CPU TM Function                       []
Execute Disable Bit                   []
Intel(R) HT Technology                []
Active Processor Cores                []
A20M                                  []
Intel(R) SpeedStep(TM) Tech           []
Intel(R) C-STATE Tech                 []
C State package limit setting         []
----------------------------------------------

BCLK Frequency                        []
PCIE Frequency                        []
DRAM Frequency                        []
UCLK Frequency                        []
QPI Link Data Rate                    []

Memory Configuration Protect          []

>DRAM Timing Control--------------------------
CAS# Latency                          []
RAS# to CAS# Delay                    []
RAS# PRE Time                         []
RAS# ACT Time                         []
RAS# to RAS# Delay                    []
REF Cycle Time                        []
WRITE Recovery Time                   []
READ to PRE Time                      []
FOUR ACT WIN Time                     []
Back-To-BackCAS# Delay                []

Timing Mode                           []
Round Trip Latency on CHA             []
Round Trip Latency on CHB             []
Round Trip Latency on CHC             []

WRITE To READ Delay(DD)               []
WRITE To READ Delay(DR)               []
WRITE To READ Delay(SR)               []
READ To WRITE Delay(DD)               []
READ To WRITE Delay(DR)               []
READ To WRITE Delay(SR)               []
READ To READ Delay(DD)                []
READ To READ Delay(DR)                []
READ To READ Delay(SR)                []
WRITE To WRITE Delay(DD)              []
WRITE To WRITE Delay(DR)              []
WRITE To WRITE Delay(SR)              []
----------------------------------------------

CPU Differential Amplitude            []
CPU Clock Skew                        []
IOH Clock Skew                        []
------------ Extreme Engine Digi+ ------------
Digi+ PWR Mode                        []
PWR Volt. Control                     []
Load-Line Calibration                 []
CPU Voltege OCP                       []
CPU PWM Frequency                     []

Extreme OV                            []
Extreme OC                            []

CPU Voltage                           []
CPU PLL Voltage                       []
QPI/DRAM Core Voltage                 []
DRAM Bus Voltage                      []

>DRAM REF Voltages----------------------------
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHA          []
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage on CHA          []
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHB          []
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage on CHB          []
DRAM DATA REF Voltage on CHC          []
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage on CHC          []
----------------------------------------------

IOH Voltage                           []
IOH PCIE Voltage                      []

ICH Voltage                           []
ICH PCIE Voltage                      []

---------- Spread Spectrum Control -----------
CPU Spread Spectrum                   []
DRAM Spread Spectrum                  []

Edited by KILLER_K - 3/3/11 at 8:07pm
post #12 of 23
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I digital pictures loading but that is pretty accurate template. My cpu overclock is fine. Im at 4.1 stable at 1.22 volts. i am tryign to get my ram down i had it first in single channel mode... fixed that thanks to this forum now its in DUAL channel MODE but UNDERclocked... so im trying to get it to 1800mhz with the proper timing.. which is what im trying to figure out.. what a good timing and over clock is.
    
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if you can fill the template up..as i am not familiar with Asus BIOS..
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heres the asus bios ))))


    
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all of the help I can get on overclocking my ddr3 kingston hyperx 1800mhz ram I would love
    
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that is shown LEFT to right as TOP TO BOTTM!!
    
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Ai Overclock Tuner {X.M.P}, choose profile 2 for your ram 1,800mhz. Then check you qpi voltage as i mentioned before sometimes it sets it a little high. As you move up the bclk you can go down on the ram speed by selecting it and hitting the "-" key. This will set your ram up correctly in the bios.
post #18 of 23
under DRAM frequency choose 1750 mhz..and under DRAM timing control leave all to auto..and try to reboot everything seems to be fine to me..

if you put too much QPI voltage you end up having high temps i say 1.35v is a decent value..
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so... All i need is to adjust teh DRAM frequency and leave everything else ON ram AUTO? there isnt a exact 1750 but theres a 1754mhz and a 2105.. can i go to 2105?
    
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post #20 of 23
go 1754..doing over will need more qpi voltage plus a ton loads of NB voltage..
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