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G.Skill HZ/Any other UCCC (2x1024) 260+ please post here

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I just got 2 more sets of g.skill hz for my friend's 2 computers. So got two more chances to get something decent but so far so bad. Just treid 265 and didnt work. One thing I do see that is different is the heatsink on the ram. This one set has g.skill logo on both side and the other ones have it only one one side.

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I'm running my system on the new Beta Bios which doesn't seem to be any different. If you are planning to go passed 260MHz that's when the tweaking would come in handy. If your memory is between 250MHz to 260MHz you should be able to just change the main four timings to 3448 and set vdimm to 2.6v after you have selected the "Optimize Default Settings" in the bios which should be okay to run your memory to at least 260MHz on divider 180 if you want to shoot up higher with HTT(FSB) for your processor speeds like to 289HTT.

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Right now i have the 1gb OCZ Plat. Rev 2, tccd. But i am shooting for 2gb and i noticed that the expert is optimized, after i bought it, for non-tccd so would i be getting a nice OC on the HZ's? I see ppl have problems past 260, do you think i could run the ram at 280 1:1?

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Running 280MHz on HZ is going to be tough!

I could run my at 280 1:1 the system felt Nice, but I couldnt pass Mem test or Prime95

Ive seen lot of peoples claim they are but very few can back it up as being stable & error free.

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board: lanparty ultra-d

 

Real Ram MHz: 290 MHz :D

 

BIOS version - 510-1

FSB Bus frequency - 290

LDT/FSB frequency ratio - 3

CPU/FSB frequency ratio - 11

PCI-Express frequency - 100

LDT voltage control - 1.4

Chipset voltage control - 1.6

DRAM voltage control - 2.63

Dram frequency set (MHz) - 200

Command per clock (CPC) - enable

CAS latency control (tCL) - 3

RAS# to CAS# delay (tRCD) - 4

Min RAS# Active Timing (tRAS) - 8

Row Precharge timing (tRP) - 4

Row cycle time (tRC) - 7

Row refresh 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 (tRTW) - 3

Refresh period (tREF) - 3684

Write CAS# latency (tWCL) - auto

DRAM bank interleave - enable

DQS skew control - auto

DQS skew value - 0

DRAM drive strength - 7

DRAM data drive strength - 3

Max Async Latency - 8ns

DRAM response time - fast

Read Preamble time - 5ns

Idle cycle limit - 16 cycles

Dynamic counter - enable

R/W queue bypass - 16x

Bypass max - 7x

32 byte granulation - disable

 

passed pi 32mb @ ~25m

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I just received a pair of these new sticks with the 3-5-5-10 timing a few days ago and am using the bios that came on the DFI board without updating. I had these running at 270Mhz 3-4-4-8 with settings pretty close to the G.Skill tech's post however Windows would not load if the read preamble was not set to 6.0ns up from 5.0 It looked to be completely stable however Prime95 detected an error 21.5 hours into it. :( I'm now a firm believer that Prime should be run at least 24 hours.

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Did you run memtest on them before you ran prime? You should if you didn't. Loop test 5 at least 30-40 times, then let it run all tests overnight if test5 loop worked.

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