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  1. Anyone have some suggestion on memory settings besides 2.5-3-3-6 and 3-3-8-3 ? Or have seen any sites beside the link memtioned earlier with such memory tested.
  2. No I have not tried something like this, not quite catching it all either But I can play for hours before I crash now, and then it gives me a blue screen with driver_irql_not_less_or_equal. The site where I bought the ram listed the information from Corsair as 2.5-3-3-6 for AMD. And yes it's a single core. Now I use all settings as stated on that site. But he lists it as 2.5-3-8-3 @ 2.8v vdimm, but my boot shows it as 3-3-8-3
  3. Well today after playing this game for several hours I got a BSOD again. Anyone have a suggestion on what to tweak, for example new memory settings? underclocked 210 FSB 10x Multiplier stable with 2100 mhz @ 2.5-3-3-6 ram settings stock 200 FSB 12x Multiplier unstable with 2400 mhz @ 3-3-8-3 ram settings as tested in the link above. (2.5-3-3-6 will not boot with this fsb and multiplier)
  4. Setting FSB to 200 and the multiplier to 12x to get it at stock speed alone didn't boot me into windows. But changing the ram settings to the one specified for my ram in that link did. It booted with 3-3-8-3, and speed at 2400 Mhz Curious why it don't like my settings for 2.5-3-3-6 on higher speed though, as that's whats recommended. so thanks, now I just need to wait for that BSOD not to come today
  5. Hello, I would like to know if anyone has a suggestion on what to try to get my system running at stock speed. On most settings I've seen other suggest my system won't even boot, but I guess different memory plays a part in this. I've yet to get it up and running stable at stock speed. However if I underclock the system it runs stable. I've been using the system now for 2 months stable at 2100 MHZ (2400 should be stock). But now I feel it's time to get at least the default speed for my cpu. I updated the bios last time I tried tweaking, should be back in august. I have also tried the sticky guide where you should get your system up and running, but it didn't quite work for me. I have however booted into windows at speeds at 2400mhz or slightly higher, but not without getting a random bluescreen after some time. My current working settings listed below. If I raise the FSB Bus Frequency in this setting to 220, it boots into a bluescreen. at 230 it won't even boot. Genie BIOS Settings: FSB Bus Frequency - 210 LDT/FSB Frequency Ration - Auto CPU/FSB Frequency Ratio - x 10.0 PCI eXpress Frequency - 101Mhz CPU VID StartUp Value - 1.425v CPU VID Control - 1.425v CPU VID Special Control - Above VID * 110% LDT Voltage Control - 1.40v Chip Set Voltage Control - 1.80v DRAM Voltage Control - 2.90v DRAM Configuration Settings: DRAM Frequency Set - 200 (DRAM/FSB:1/01) Command Per Clock (CPC) - Disable CAS Latency Control (Tcl) - 2.5 RAS# to CAS# delay (Trcd) - 03 Bus Clocks Min RAS# active time (Tras) - 06 Bus Clocks Row precharge time (Trp) - 03 Bus Clocks Row Cycle time (Trc) - 15 Bus Clocks Row refresh cyc time (Trfc) - 15 Bus Clocks Row to Row delay (Trrd) - 04 Bus Clocks Write recovery time (Twr) - 03 Bus Clocks Write to Read delay (Twtr) - 02 Bus Clocks Read to Write delay (Trwt) - 02 Bus Clocks Refresh Period (Tref) - 3120 Cycles Write CAS Latency (Twcl) - 01 Bus Clock DRAM Bank Interleave - Enabled DQS Skew Control - Auto DQS Skew Value - 0 DRAM Drive Strength - Auto DRAM Data Drive Strength - Auto Max Async Latency - Auto DRAM Response Time - Fastest Read Preamble Time - Auto IdleCycle Limit - 032 Cycles Dynamic Counter - Disable R/W Queue Bypass - 16 x Bypass Max - 07 x 32 Byte Granularity - Auto This setting gives me 2100 mhz and 2.5/3/3/6 for memory (recommended factory settings). I did try the memtest86 in bios for a few hours without getting any errors. I've also made sure I've used the right slots for the memory.
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