Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
Angry_Games

Socket LGA775 Discussion Thread

Recommended Posts

I dunno, my Corsair is just dandy at 2.25v.

 

You have faster RAM than I do, and their Gold series might be better than my XMS2, so you might be able to push it a little bit more. Try setting the latencies to auto instead of 5-6-6-15 and see what that does.

Well, I have had about three lockups since I last posted (all in trying to run Orthos) and had to go back to 2.2V on the DRAM and back to the 533 divider. I am still at 366 FSB x 9 but anything over 366 and it just locks up. Kind of frustrating ... it seems like I am going backwards instead of forward ... :confused:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Whats your NB chipset voltage? I had to bump it up to 1.7 or maybe 1.75 to get any higher than 360FSB.

I got that puppy up to 1.75V ... I have the Thermalright HR-05 heatsink on her and the temps have been between 35C-40C.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Well, another lockup during Orthos ... I forgot that I had the PCIE clock at 115Mhz, so I bumped that back up to 120Mhz. I also had my CPU V @ 1.575V so that went back to 1.625V. I have the DRAM voltage back down to 2.2V. Sooooooo, I am trying it again to just to get it back to being stable. :rolleyes:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Well, another lockup during Orthos ... I forgot that I had the PCIE clock at 115Mhz, so I bumped that back up to 120Mhz. I also had my CPU V @ 1.575V so that went back to 1.625V. I have the DRAM voltage back down to 2.2V. Sooooooo, I am trying it again to just to get it back to being stable. :rolleyes:

 

Hope yer writin' all this down :P

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Hope yer rightin' all this down :P

Ever have one of those days when you write everything down and then you are just in a hurry to get her back up and running? I write the stuff down, sometimes crossing out what the last varible was and then rewriting it ... man, I get myself confused at times ... haha ... I actually keep real good records ... nice little graph and such. I am not sure what seems to keep me from getting anything over 365 to run Orthos without a lockup. I went back to 360 FSB x 9, 667 divider, 120MHz PCIE clock setting, CPU 1.625v and 1.75V on the NB, DRAM is 2.20V and CPU VTT is 1.35 and all of the timings for the RAM are set to Auto ... just have to keep playing with it I suppose ... :rolleyes:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

It very well might depend on the processor, but sometimes upping the PCI-E clock that much can be detrimental to your clocking. If you haven't tried from 101-105 you might find you have better luck.

 

Maybe. :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
It very well might depend on the processor, but sometimes upping the PCI-E clock that much can be detrimental to your clocking. If you haven't tried from 101-105 you might find you have better luck.

 

Maybe. :)

 

I've only been messing with mine when my 3D benchies start acting weird...like taking awhile to "release" back to the desktop...iffin' ya know what I mean. I click on the close button of the 3D app and it kinda blinks out and does a refresh...I don't know how to describe it...:P

 

Anyway I only really saw that kind of behavior when I was well over 400...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I've only been messing with mine when my 3D benchies start acting weird...like taking awhile to "release" back to the desktop...iffin' ya know what I mean. I click on the close button of the 3D app and it kinda blinks out and does a refresh...I don't know how to describe it...:P

 

Anyway I only really saw that kind of behavior when I was well over 400...

 

Yeah, I've tried mine everywhere from 101-130 with pretty much the same results regardless of FSB. However, some people can't go much over 110 without issues, so I'm not sure what it's a combination of.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Yeah, I've tried mine everywhere from 101-130 with pretty much the same results regardless of FSB. However, some people can't go much over 110 without issues, so I'm not sure what it's a combination of.

 

I have to run it at 110mhz on the P5B or the PCI-e lane drops to 1X...took a bit to figure that one out...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I have to run it at 110mhz on the P5B or the PCI-e lane drops to 1X...took a bit to figure that one out...

 

Odd.... thats what you get with an Asus.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I guess I went to that 120MHz setting only because it was one of the settings that Happy had used in one of his OCDB entries ... I guess I could go back down to 100MHz and start over ...BTW since I changed back to 360FSB, she's doing fine on another Orthos run ... about 2 hours and 15 mins now. One other question, is Orthos supposed to be on a blend of cpu and RAM? And if so, is there any custom settings you guys are using?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  

×