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  1. Well, the thread that you linked us is about the 5v rail problem. This one is about the SILENCE problem.
  2. Posted by Wingz in xtremesystems.org LINK My questions, is it a normal temp for that chip? what overclocking gain or/and temps monitoring precision would we get if we're putting a fan on that area? One of my 6800 ultra air intake is right there, sucking that hot air :confused: can't be good. thanks
  3. If those RAM settings can help. Note that I'm using a 3500+ ClawHammer not a San Diego, might work for you anyway. GL FSB Bus Frequency: 300 LTD/FSB Frequency Ratio: X 3.0 LDT Bus Transfer Width: 16/16 CPU/FSB Frequency Ratio: X 9.0 PCI Express Frequency: 100 Mhz K8 Cool & Quiet Support: Disable CPU Vid Startup Value: Startup CPU Vid Control: 1.450v CPU Special Vid Control: Above Vid * 110% LTD Voltage Control: 1.20v Chipset Voltage Control: 1.50v Dram Voltage Control: 2.90v Run Memtest86: Disable MAC Lan: Auto MAC Media Interface: PinStrap Machine MAC NV Address: Disable Internal Phy SATA 1/2: Disable Internal Phy SATA 3/4: Enable Si I3114 sATA Raid Control: Disable VIA 1394 Control: Enable Marvel Giga Lan Control: Enable Dram Frequency: 200 (DRAM/FSB:1/01) Command Per Clock (cpc): Enable Cas Latency Control (tcl): 2.5 Ras to Cas Delay (trcd): 3 Min Ras Active Time (tras): 7 Row Precharge Time (trp): 3 Row Cycle Time (trc): 7 Row Refrsh Cycle Time (trfc): 14 Row to Row Delay (trrd): 2 Write Recovery Time (twr): 2 Write to Read Delay (twtr): 2 Read to Write Delay (trwt): 2 Refresh Period (tref): 3632 Write Cas Latency (twcl): 1 Dram Bank Interleave: Enable DQS Skew Control: Increase Skew DQS Skew Value: 255 Dram Drive Strength Level: Level 7 Dram Data Drive Strength: Level 2 Max Async Latency: 0.8 nano seconds Read Preamble Time: 0.5 nano seconds Idle Cycle Limit: 256 Cycles Dynamic Counter: Disable R/W Queue Bypass: 16X Bypass Max: 7X 32 byte Granularity: Disable (8 Bursts) Many hours of Memtest86 at 300 x 9, 2.5-3-3-7 @ 2.9v 1T 1:1 :nod:
  4. Yeah, CBBIDs mem controler does suxx sometimes. I had one (3500+ Winchester) that could be gaming stable at 260 x 10 1:1 1T 3-4-4-7 2.8v, not that bad considering. Now, I'm using a 3500+ ClawHammer and this mem controler just roxx. I've read that 3500+ ClawHammer are FX55 that failed testing for whatever reasons, and they downgraded them to 3500+. Multi locked at 11x and disabled cache to 512, FX mem controler are rock solid. I can run at 260 x 10 at stock volts (1.456v cpuz) and memtest86 at DDR600 2.5- 3-3-7 1:1 1T 2.9v (300x9) for ever. 3500+ ClawHammer are cheap, u need to get a CAA2C tho, they are the best OCers. One thing...they run hot!! 260 x 10 @ 1.456v (cpuz) stock volt, Tambient around 25C, stock AMD HSF, Tidle 45, Tload 55C-57C. U need water to push it for sure. Heat is what limiting my OCing right now. Anyway, kinda off topic, justa let u guys know. 3500+ ClawHammer link (long thread, worth it tho ). http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showth...highlight=tight My settings. http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showth...highlight=tight
  5. Look at that graph. Or use this Interactive Waterblock Test Results http://www.procooling.com/html/pro_testing.php
  6. Danger Den blocks look good but......go with Swiftech for CPU cooling!! I ordered the DD TDX and email them back to swap it for the Swiftech MCW6002- 64 just in time. Swiftech blocks are ugly but perform better for the same price. For GPU cooling I will got with the DD SLI setup of course! Still waiting for a good 1/2" ID block for the nF4 chipset. Swiftech MCW6002 Danger Den TDX
  7. I agree, that's why I'm going for a more relax timing and surprisingly it is faster in benches.
  8. Same here, just love my 2.5-3-3-7 2.9v setting and is a little faster than my 2.5-3-3-6. 2.9v Faster in 3Dmark03,05, SuperPi and SiSoft Sandra bandwith and CPU test. Next step in testing my rig: 2.5-3-3-8 2.9v All of this at 285 x 9 1.35v x 123% (1.6v CPUz and SG).
  9. Thanks for the info, chenid0 and spdiscus
  10. ya, I think you're right...can someone confirm that?
  11. DRAM CONFIGURATION, that is the first entry at the top of "Genie Bios" Select: 200 1:1 that will be 1T I think.
  12. Hi gijoe, First thing to do before Angry Games gets you! :nod: post #2 from that thread. http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1541 Second, start your own thread, they are somewhat similar but it is better to start your own to have more specific answers. 3Dmark03 up to 20K+ is attainable by SLI setup, me think. Same for 3Dmark05 10K+, I may be wrong. As for "most running this system", we just don't know what system u have. As for the BIOS version, I got 1/26 as default and I didn't have no problem with it, but I flashed to 3/10 because I didn't want trouble OCing my system. It was my first flash ever and I did it from a floppy. 3/10 is for RAM incompatibility issues. I would say "do it!" Start with RGone initial settings, get it at post #15. http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1541 Make sur that your 2 sticks are in the orange slots. he! he! :nod: Good luck.
  13. chenidO put your hardware into your signature. I'm a noob OCer myself but I read alot lately about the subject. Try it, you never know! There's my settings: FSB Bus Frequency: 280 LTD/FSB Frequency Ratio: 3 LTD Bus Transfer Width: 16/16 CPU/FSB Frequency Ratio: x9 PCI Express Frequency: 100 Mhz K8 Cool & Quiet Support: Disable CPU Vid Startup Value: Startup CPU Vid Control: 1.35v Smart Guardian & MBM5 1.61v (indicated) CPU Special Vid Control: 123% LTD Voltage Control: 1.5v Chipset Voltage Control: 1.7v Run Memtest86: Disable MAC Lan: Auto MAC Media Interface: Pinstrap Machine MAC NV Address: Disable Internal Phy SATA 1/2: Disable. Internal Phy SATA 3/4: Enable. some say that u can get higher FSB using SATA 3/4 instead of SATA 1/2 Si I3114 SATA Raid Control: Enable VIA 1394 Control: Enable Marvel Giga Lan Control: Enable Dram Frequency Set: 200 1:1 Command Per Clock (cpc): Enable Cas Latency Control (tcl): 2.5 Ras to Cas Delay (trcd): 3 Min Ras Active Time (tras): 6 Row Precharge Time (trp):3 Row Cycle Time (trc): 7 Row Refresh Cycle Time (trfc): Auto Row to Row Delay (trrd): 2 Write Recovery Time (twr): 2 Write to Read Delay (twtr): 1 Read to Write Delay (trwt): 2 Refresh Period (tref): 3120 Write Cas Latency (twcl): Auto Dram Bank Interleave: Enable DQS Skew Control: Increase DQS Skew Value: 0 Dram Drive Strength: Level 7 Dram Data Drive Strength: Level 4 Max Async Latency: Auto Idle Cycle Limit: 256 Dynamic Counter: Disable R/W Queue Bypass: 16x 32 Byte Granularity Disable 8 bursts Memtest86 v3.2 7 hrs, 26 passes without errors. 3Dmark03, 05 for hours without errors, gaming DC Final and PoE for hours without any problems, but CAN'T run Prime95 for more than 5 min.........that is the only down side. Remember that my RAM are TCCD. Good luck.
  14. Yes there is one. http://dissolved.50megs.com/939Winchesters.htm
  15. It's about the heat mostly. With the stock HSF I went up to vcore 1.7v (1.425v x 123%) 290 x 9 and MBM5 (set to 55C warning) disconnected me from my bench (3Dmark03). So, from there, if I want more voltage I need a more aggressive cooling. For now rock stable at 280 x 9 @ 1.6v 2.5-3-3-6 @ 2.9v not bad for a CBBID. Even if you have the best cooling in the world, eventually it won't be stable whatever you do.
  16. I've benched at 280x9 (vcore 1.6v) and 260x10 (vcore 1.6v) and I didn't see much difference in scores (3Dmark03 and super pi) I need to test more to learn wich setup is best for gaming. My RAM is at 2.5-3-3-6 vdimm 2.9v and fails at those bench at 290x9 and 270x10 up to 1.7v getting hot with my stck HSF (still waiting for my Danger Den water block). I will stay tuned to see what setup u end up to reach 300FSB. :cool: Any tricks to get a higher 3Dmark score without OCing my GPUs?
  17. ya, same thing for me I'm satble at Memtest86 7hrs + and 26 passes, gaming for hrs, 3Dmark03, 05 stable but just can't Prime more than 15m 3500+ winchester CBBID 0502BPCW stock AMD cooling. (still waiting for my Danger Den TDX ) Vcore: 1.35 x 123% = 1.66v CPUz Vcore: 1.6v Smart Guardian Vcore: 1.6v MBM5 Vcore: 1.61v Idle: 33C Load: 43C to 46C FSB: 280 Multi: 9 Speed: 2520 Memtest86 v3.2 7 hrs + 26 passes no error. Gaming stable for hrs. Can't Prime95 with it fails after 15m
  18. I'm up to 280 x 9 @ 2520 Mhz Vcore: 1.35v x 123% Vdimm: 2.9v @ 2.5-3-3-6 3Dmark03: 22068 3Dmark05: 10090 Memtest v3.2 7+ hrs, 26 passes, no error :nod: Gaming stable :nod: Prime95 (not stable, stop after 15m) :mad: Stock cooling (AMD HSF) can't wait to get my Danger Den TDX. :drool: A few pics.
  19. Hi Spatula, I'm a noob OCer myself but I read alot lately about the subject. I've tried my own OC but was disappointed, my hardware was ok but lack of experience got me to poor OC. I used cpuz settings that I got from this forums, try it it might be a good one for you. cpuz and I have similar hardware so it worked on my system with little adjustments. Try it, you never know! :cool: There's my settings: FSB Bus Frequency: 280 LTD/FSB Frequency Ratio: 3 LTD Bus Transfer Width: 16/16 CPU/FSB Frequency Ratio: x9 PCI Express Frequency: 100 Mhz K8 Cool & Quiet Support: Disable CPU Vid Startup Value: Startup CPU Vid Control: 1.35v Smart Guardian & MBM5 1.61v (indicated) CPU Special Vid Control: 123% LTD Voltage Control: 1.5v Chipset Voltage Control: 2.9v Run Memtest86: Disable MAC Lan: Auto MAC Media Interface: Pinstrap Machine MAC NV Address: Disable Internal Phy SATA 1/2: Enable. (I will swap to the 3 or 4 SATA and disable 1/2, heard u reach better OC). Internal Phy SATA 3/4: Disable. Si I3114 SATA Raid Control: Enable VIA 1394 Control: Enable Marvel Giga Lan Control: Enable Dram Frequency Set: 200 1:1 Command Per Clock (cpc): Enable Cas Latency Control (tcl): 2.5 Ras to Cas Delay (trcd): 3 Min Ras Active Time (tras): 6 Row Precharge Time (trp):3 Row Cycle Time (trc): 7 Row Refresh Cycle Time (trfc): Auto Row to Row Delay (trrd): 2 Write Recovery Time (twr): 2 Write to Read Delay (twtr): 1 Read to Write Delay (trwt): 2 Refresh Period (tref): 3120 Write Cas Latency (twcl): Auto Dram Bank Interleave: Enable DQS Skew Control: Increase DQS Skew Value: 0 Dram Drive Strength: Level 7 Dram Data Drive Strength: Level 4 Max Async Latency: Auto Idle Cycle Limit: 256 Dynamic Counter: Disable R/W Queue Bypass: 16x 32 Byte Granularity Disable 8 bursts Memtest86 v3.2 7 hrs, 26 passes without errors. 3Dmark03, 05 for hours without errors, gaming DC Final and PoE for hours without any problems, but CAN'T run Prime95 for more than 5 min.........that is the only down side. Good luck.
  20. I've got 2 eVGA 6800 Ultra, runs great! what do ya say, its expensive????? :confused:
  21. I would have to say.........YES!!!!!!!!!! :drool: Too late for me tho, I got a winnie, a CBBID on top of that! :mad:
  22. Yep soundx98, everything is running perfect, thanks again. Another question :0) what is the MBM fan sensor for all those fans? Because on my case Ive got 1x 120mm front fan, 1x 120mm rear fan and 1x 90mm side window fan. The front and rear fans RPMs are monitored by the mobo. Front fan sensor? is it the 120mm RPM from your settings? the readings on that one is all over the place going from 5000 to 10000!!!!! Rear fan sensor? is it the exhaust RPM from your setttings? CPU HSF sensor? Cool'n Quiet is disable so its running at full RPM, would be nice to monitor it anyway (warning if it dies) Thanks.
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