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Thanks MidnightUT! Honestly, if you can get 245 @ 2.5 then I would shoot for that. Perhaps you should run some everest mem benchies after getting them both stable to see which is faster. I know I would be curious... I never tried the tighter timings/lower bandwidth route, but if you can get 2.5 stable @ 245, then it might be worth it for you. That is a large drop in CL for only a small loss from the SPD bandwidth. If you can do that though, then I would say that you could probably get upwards of 280 stable with the looser timings though. Which would definitely be better than the 245 @ 2.5. Good luck with those!! Post us some benchies so we can see the difference if you would... :nod:

 

Nice OC d3M0n!

 

Hopefully I can get mine stable at 270, I didn't have time to put it through more than a handful of configurations last night.

 

A quick question. Would it be better to run this RAM with a 09/10 divider at 270 with semi loose settings, or tighter timings with a 05/06 divider at 245.5. I was able to get my memory to run at 2.5-3-3-8 @ 245.5 with everything else at Auto for 45 mins before failing test 5 so with some tweaking it should be able to run stable hopefully.

 

I read through Angry's thread on the subject but he is comparing two diffferent brands of memory so I don't think its a good representation of this situation. What is the general consensus on this memory? 09/10 divider with loser timings, or 05/06 with tighter? Also I'm not concerend with pure benchmark numbers as much as I am true impact on gaming/video/audio encoding etc.

 

I will continue to research and experiement, just trying to decide which path to tackle first and thought someone might have some experience.

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Hey I was wondering had anyone run the Corsair Value Select 2GB kit (the one with UCCC on BP board)? I noticed that the price on those are good but don't know how well they OC. Any idea?

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I had a 1gb CorsairValueselect stick a few weeks back, and I overclocked them to around 208mhz before it corrupted my hard disk.

I moved onto my gskill.

 

Things are going well for me now. Usually I can't get past test #5 at 261mhz, but I got some settings where I get up to test #18 but fail.

Should be able to get 261 soon though.

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Looks like those corsair are no good as far as for OCing.

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Ultra-D 623 -2BTA

 

FSB - 275

LDT - Auto

CPU/FSB Ratio - 10

Vcore - 1.425 X 104%

LDTv - 1.30

CHPv - 1.6

Vdimm - 2.7

 

DRAM Frequency - 200 (1/01)

CPC - Enable

Tcl - 3.0

Trcd - 4

Tras - 8

Trp - 4

Trc - 8

Trfc - 16

Trrd - 02

Twr - 02

Twtr - 02

Trwt - 04

Tref - 3120 Cycles

Twcl - 01

 

DQS Skew Control - Auto

DQS Skew Value - 0

DRAM Drive Strength - Normal 3

Max Async Latency - 8.0ns

DRAM Response Time - Normal

Read Preamble Time - 6.0ns

Idle cycle limit - 256 cycles

Dynamic Counter - disable

R/W Queue Bypass - 16X

Bypass Max 4X

32 Bit Granularity - Disable(4 bursts)

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I am thinking about getting on the G.skill bandwagon, but I would like to know about their support. I have always been a big fan of Corsair because their products have always worked well for me, and in the 1 rare case where it didn't, they helped me out. Their support was excellent. How is G.skillz support? Will they leave me hanging if my set dies?

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302 HTTx9 on Divider 180 at 1.550 + 102.4% Vcore + Dram 2.66 Volt

 

RAM speed 271.9 Mhz

 

CPU 2718 Mhz

 

BIOS and DRAM settings as per Signature

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Spreadsheet updated on March 01, 2006 2.55 pm.

 

Deleted entry: Clint (upon his request)

 

Added HZ entries: g.skill technician, boomer, praz, roger d25, d3mon, saruman, cpdmf, crow / wevsspot

 

Added other UCCC: lord davis.

 

Thanks and congrats dudes!!

 

 

@crow: nice overclock but please post like others with ur bios information, only an A64 screenie doesnt completely gives all the information we are seeking.

 

@all: original post updated

 

PS: I will include myself in the next update (@265mhz right now)

 

Update: wevsspot I am sorry that I forgot you to include in this post (I put ur entry in the spreadsheet though)

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Thanks for including my entry, and also thanks a bunch for starting and maintaining this spread sheet. What a great tool, and another perfect example why the DFI-Street Forum rocks this world!

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