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15 Jahre dabei !

Intel Core 2 Duo
2666 MHz @ 4100 MHz
62°C mit 1.34 Volt


@beo  du kannst die Spannung viel besser einstellen. Versuch doch mal die Kombination aus diesm CPUVid und die Prozentangabe.
z.B 1,4+10%  da kann man eigentlich immer genau auf 0,025V einstellen.
Musst aber meist zweimal die Einstellungen speichern.

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danke für den Tip :thumb: das probier ich dann glei ma
ach, und jetzt isses stabil, vorerst, jetzt noch aussortieren worans lag, GraKa non oc, RAM +0,1V oder CPU + 0,01V, ma schaun was ich zurückstellen muß damits instabil wird :lol:


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16 Jahre dabei !

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? komisch, mit 1,6V isses endlich überall stabil, und ich dachte immer wenn die CPU zu wenig Saft bekommt macht sich das durch Freezes bemerkbar :noidea:


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@free: wo gabs doch gleich das mod-bios (vdimm) :noidea:

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17 Jahre dabei !

Intel Core 2 Quad
2933 MHz @ 3800 MHz
46°C mit 1.2 Volt


@ Dark

schau mal HIER habs auch drauf ;)


Habe da noch was feines gefunden, siehe auch    :thumb:


Well I have seen a lot of people(including myself) that have had problems understanding Voltage/Fequency/Timing opions in the DFI NF3-250GB bios. i decided to write this, to help. If any of you have any suggestions please post here.

All these options are as of the 10/15(4.0vdimm)beta bios.

I will start with the ram options

Most of which were tested with my BH-6, but some testing with my Hynix ct-d5(will test more indepth with it later)

Last updated 11/06/04 9:35 pm....

RAM Timings/options

Key

   * White= Timings/Options that we are used to seeing in other bioses...

     (PS alot of these timings i will not mark in this way such as CAS/tRCD/tRP/tRAS, because most of us are used to their results..)

   * Yellow= Options usually not seen in bioses, but some modded bioses, or a64 tweaker will allow you to excess them

   * Red= Timings VERY rarely/never seen in Bioses, and not seen in A64 tweaker

   * Underlined Words= Options avalible in A64 Tweaker By CodeRed...


   * *Star= slight influence Bandwith

   * **Star= Very influential Bandwith


   * star*= Slight influence stablity

   * Star**= Very influential Stabilty


   * *star*= Sligth influence in both stabilty and bandwith

   * **Star**= Very infuential in both stability and Bandwith

DRAM Timings

**Dram Frequency Set(Mhz)**= 100(Mhz)(1/02), 120(Mhz)(3/05), 133(Mhz)(2/03), 140(Mhz)(7/10), 150(Mhz)(3/04), 166(Mhz)(5/06), 180(Mhz)(9/10), 200(Mhz)(1/01).

   This option sets the Dram ratio. with a64, the ratios are not always writen in stone, for example 166(5/06) isnt always 5/6 ratio. you can refer to this chart for the exact ratios(they may not all be right, and thanks to Oskar_WU for his help with the chart)


**Command Per Clock(CPC)**= Auto, Enable(1T), Disable(2T), this is also called Command rate.

   It is best, in most cases to use Disable(2T) with 2x1gig, 2x512, or 1x1gig Ram modules for the best stablility. 1T yeilds better performance, and 2T usually yeilds the best stabilty/overclock

   PLEASE NOTE THAT IF YOU ARE USING A "CO" REV. CPU THIS OPTION(CPC) WILL NOT APPEAR IN BIOS. THIS IS BECAUSE "CO" REV. CPU'S DO NOT SUPPORT 2T TIMING, ONLY 1T. IF YOU HAVE A "CG" REV. CPU, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SELECT EITHER AUTO, 1T, OR 2T.


*Cas Latency Control(tCL)**= 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5. I would suggest only using, 2, 2.5, and 3..

   This is the first timing that most ram companies rate there ram with. For example, you might see ram rated at 3-4-4-8@275mhz. this is the 3, in than situation.

   2 yeilds the best performance, but, unless you have either Winbond BH-5, or BH-6, it is unlikely you will beable to reach you maximum overclock at CAS2. CAS3 is usually yeilds the best stablility/overclock.

   PLEASE NOTE, IF YOU HAVE WB-BH-5/6, YOU MOST LIKELY WILL NOT BE ABLE TO USE CAS3, AND SOME MAY NOT BE ABLE TO USE CAS2.5, MY BH-6 WILL NOT POST AT CAS2.5, OR CAS3, IT WILL ONLY POST AT CAS2.


**RAS# to CAS# delay(tRCD)**= 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. I would suggest only using 2-5

   This is the second timing that most ram companies rate there ram with. For example, you might see ram rated at 3-4-4-8@275mhz. this is the 4, in than situation.

   2 yeilds the best performance, and 4-5(5 is usually overkill) yeilds the best overclock. Most rams will not be able to use 2, and reach there max OC.



*Min RAS# active timing(tRAS)*= 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.

   This is the forth timing that most ram companies rate there ram with. For example, you might see ram rated at 3-4-4-8@275mhz. this is the 8, in than situation.

   This is a very debated timing. Some may argue that 00, 05, or 10 is the faster/most stable. but i really think there isnt a right anwser for this one, it all depends on your ram. But, if you need a good starting point, usually most/all rams can accieve there max OC on 10 tRAS, even if one of the other setting is faster.



**Row Precharge timing(tRP)**= 0,1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. I would suggest using only 2-5.

   This is the third timing that most ram companies rate there ram with. For example, you might see ram rated at 3-4-4-8@275mhz. this is the 4, in than situation.


   2 yeilds the best performance, and 4-5(5 is usually overkill) yeilds the best overclock. Most rams will not be able to use 2, and reach there max OC


**Row Cycle Time(tRC)**= 7-22 in 1.0 increments.

   7 yeilds the best performance, 15-17(i think 17 is overkill) yeilds the best stability/overclock. i would start at 15, and work your way down from there. Also, 7 is usually much to tight, for most ram.


**Row Refresh cyc time(tRFC)**= 9-24 in 1.0 increments.

   this timing is usually always set to 2-4 clocks higher that the tRC.

   10 yields the best performance(well 9 would, but 9 is to tight), and 17-19(i think 19 is overkill) yields the best stabiltiy/overclock. i i would start at 17 and work your way down


*Row to Row Delay(also called Ras to Ras delay)(tRRD)*= 0-7 in 1.0 increments.

   00, or 2 seems to yields the best performance, and 4-6 yeilds the best stabiltity/overclock. i know that 00 sounds odd, but it works great for me, even at 260mhz


*Write Recovery Time(tWR)*= 2, 3

   2 yeilds better perfomance, and 3 yields better stability/overclock.


*Write to read Delay(tWTR)*= 1, 2.

   1 yeilds better perfomance, and 2 yields better stability/overclock.


*Read to Write delay(tRTW)*= 1-8 in 1.0 increments.

   1 yeilds better perfomance, and 4(i think any above 4 is overkill) yields better stability/overclock.


**Refresh Period(tREF)**=

1552= 100mhz(?.?us)
2064= 133mhz(?.?us)
2592= 166mhz(?.?us)
3120= 200mhz(?.?us)(my sweat spot w/ Bh-6 at 250+mhz , your mileage may vary)

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3632= 100mhz(?.?us)
4128= 133mhz(?.?us)
4672= 166mhz(?.?us)
0064= 200mhz(?.?us)

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0776= 100mhz(?.?us)
1032= 133mhz(?.?us)
1296= 166mhz(?.?us)
1560= 200mhz(?.?us)

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1816= 100mhz(?.?us)
2064= 133mhz(?.?us)
2336= 166mhz(?.?us)
0032= 200mhz(?.?us)

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0388= 100mhz(15.6us)
0516= 133mhz(15.6us)
0648= 166mhz(15.6us)
0780= 200mhz(15.6us)

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0908= 100mhz(7.8us)
1032= 133mhz(7.8us)
1168= 166mhz(7.8us)
0016= 200mhz(7.8us)

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1536= 100mhz(3.9us)
2048= 133mhz(3.9us)
2560= 166mhz(3.9us)
3072= 200mhz(3.9us)(working Great so-far for my CT-D5)

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3684= 100mhz(1.95us)
4196= 133mhz(1.95us)
4708= 166mhz(1.95us)(alot of people seem to use this for TCCD's)
0128= 200mhz(1.95us)

   I suppost that the tREF, like the tRAS, is not an exact science. it seems that the 15.6us, and 3.9us settings seem to work good, and that the 1.95us settings give usual results(extremely low bandwith for me)

   the unknown (?.?us) are kinda shot in the dark, for me, out of all the setting 3120 gave the best balance of performance, and stabiltiy, but i feel this will greatly vary from one ram to another


Write CAS# Latency(tWCL)**= 1-8.

   I can only POST using "auto", and 1. Both Give the same bandwidth, and stablity If you have had any success with this timing please post here.


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*DQS skew Control*= Auto, Increase Skew, Decrease Skew.

   Little is known about this timing, but use Increase for performance, and Decrease for Stability. The best way to find out what is best for your system, is trial and error.


*DQS Skew Value*= 0-255 in 1.0 increments.

   This is the value that is Increased or Decrease when you set the DQS skew control. This is not a very sensitive timing I would try 32, 64, and 128. Trial and error here to


DRAM Drive Strength**= Level 1-4.

   I would only suggest using Level 1 or 2, if you have CPC enabled.(although every sysem will react differently, and it is best to try them all) With CPC, anything above level 1 gave me extreme instablility, some reported that level 2 or 3 work good with CPC enabled, although this didnt work for me. Some otheres have had success w/ using level 2-4 if CPC is disabled.


*Max Asynce lantency**= 00.0-15.0 in 1.0 incements.

   I would suggest trying 5.0-10.0 depending on your ram. 5ns will problobly not allow much overclocking, and 7-8ns is usually the optimal


*Read Preamble time*= 02.0-09.5 nano sec, in 0.5 increments.

   I would suggest 4.0-7.0 depending on ram. 4ns will probobly not allow for much overclocking, and 5-6ns is usually the optimal


*Idle Cycle Limit*= . 000-256 in varied increments.

   I would try 16-64 clocks. usually this doesnt affect overclock that much, but i found that sometime at exteme buses( ie 290+), that moving to 32-64 clks added some stability


*Dynamic Counter*= Auto, Enable, Disable.

   Enable for slight bandwidth increase, Disable for stight stability increase.


*R/W Queue Bypass*= 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x.

   I would suggest using 8x or 16x for max performance, and 2x-4x for max OC.


*Bypass Max*= 0x-7x in 1.0 increasments.

   I would suggest 5x-7x for max performance, and 0x-4x for max OC.


*32 byte Granulation= Auto, Disable(8burst), enable(4burst).

   Try Enabled(4burst) for more stability, and Disable(8burst) for more bandwith.






(Geändert von Breaker10 um 23:42 am Dez. 11, 2004)
HIER

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WIE POSTE ICH FALSCH ?
Nachdem ich GOOGLE, die FAQ´s und die BOARDSUCHE erfolgreich ignoriert habe, erstelle ich zwei bis fünf neue Themen, in den falschen Unterforen, mit kreativen Titel und undeutlichem Text, unter dem sich jeder etwas anderes vorstellen kann

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17 Jahre dabei !

Intel Pentium Dual Core
1600 MHz @ 3206 MHz mit 1.316 Volt


hab ich mir auch grad reingezogen, geile seite

werd mir nämlich auch ein ut 250 reinhängen :)

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14 Jahre dabei !

AMD Athlon 64
2400 MHz @ 2512 MHz
32°C mit 1.50 Volt


hi,
ich hab nen auch nen DFI Lanparty 250 Gb nf3.....und nen amd64 3400+ newcastel (Newcastle)...nur leider hab ich keine ahnung wie man die Spannung richtig höher setzt. ausserdem geht er bei mir ab fsb 215 nicht mehr an?? woran kann das liegen?? selbst wenn ich den multi runterstelle geht er nicht höher. alle meinen den kann man voll leicht übertakten und dies das..

ausserdem hab ich noch 2x 512 MB PC 433 GEIL ultra edition oder so. daran kanns warscheinlich auch nciht liegen. und er zeigt mir in windows auch immer nen anderen spannungswert an z.B. bei cpu z als im bios.

wer schön wenn mir einer der auch das board hat mal sagen kann was er da im bios eingestellt hat damit er den FSB höher stellen kann.


mfg ganja

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16 Jahre dabei !

AMD Phenom II
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59°C mit 1.400 Volt


also als erstes wäre zum FSB austesten nen kleiner Multi von Vorteil, bis FSB 240 kannste ja ma mit Multi 10 laufen lassen
dann müssteste dem RAM evtl. bissl mehr Spannung geben wenns noch auf Auto steht, der Geil RAM soll ja angeblich viel Spannung brauchen
und den HTT Multi ma auf 4 stellen
ma schaun obs so weiter geht...


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AMD Athlon 64
2400 MHz @ 2512 MHz
32°C mit 1.50 Volt


k mach ich mal...

aber was ich komisch finde ist, das er mir bei CPU-Z einen spannungsschwankung von 1,45 V bis 1,51 Volt einzeigt.. ist das normal??

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AMD Phenom II
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kann schon sein
find ich zwar auch ne ganze Ecke, könnte aber am Netzteil liegen wenns kein hochwertiges ist


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