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on my old asus a8n sli delux m/board i had my cpu @2.6 prime 95 stable 12hours, centon pc400 ram

 

my sig board i can only get up to 2.4 ( 265 x 9 ), with the corsair ram running at -

 

cpuz

 

frequency - 170.3

fsb:dram - cpu/14

cas latency - 3.0 clocks

ras to cas delay - 2 clocks

ras purcharge -2 clocks

cycletime (tras) 6 clocks

bank cycle time (trc) 8 clocks

command rate - 2T

dram idle timer - 16 clocks

 

what would i have to tweek to get the cpu/ram running any faster

 

3dmark 06 - 4968

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Which model of Corsair pc3200? There are several and we would need to know that to determine what IC's they may have and what timings to use. I would start by trying 2.5-3-3-8. XMS should never run at cas 3 unless it's their lower end pc4000. It also may not be the RAM unless you know you've had the motherboard past 265 FSB.

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Which model of Corsair pc3200? There are several and we would need to know that to determine what IC's they may have and what timings to use. I would start by trying 2.5-3-3-8. XMS should never run at cas 3 unless it's their lower end pc4000. It also may not be the RAM unless you know you've had the motherboard past 265 FSB.

 

the highest ive been is 270 but one of the cores failed after 3 hours in prime95, the other went on for 6 hours before i stoped it .

 

model is

2x1GB Corsair CMX1024-3200C2PT dual channel kit

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Okay, you've got cas 2 platinums.....what rev? That will help too as they used different IC's. What are the stated default timings? 2-2-2-5 or 2-3-3-6?

 

XMS-PC3000C2 Rev1.1 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> Samsung TCB3/Micron (6ns rev B) and few Winbond BH-6

XMS-PC3000C2 Rev2.1 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> should Winbond BH-6

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev1.0 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> Winbond CH-5

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev1.1/2.1 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> Winbond BH-6

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev1.2/2.2 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> Winbond CH-6

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev1.3 (2-2-2-5-1T) --chip--> Winbond UTT ?

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev1.4 (2-2-2-5-1T) --chip--> Mosel Vitelic 5ns ~ Brainpower PCB

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev1.5 (2-2-2-5-1T) --chip--> Winbond New BH-5 ~ Brainpower PCB

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev1.6 (2-2-2-5-1T) --chip--> Winbond UTT ~ Brainpower PCB

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev1.7 (2-2-2-5-1T) --chip--> Winbond New BH-5UTT ~ Brainpower PCB ?

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev3.1 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> Infineon B-5

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev4.1 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> Samsung TCCD

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev4.2 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> Samsung TCCD & TCC5

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev4.3 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> Samsung TCCD & TCC5 (Rev. F) ~ Brainpower PCB

XMS-PC3200C2 Rev5.1/6.1 (2-3-3-6-1T) --chip--> Mosel Vitelic 5ns

You can see, there's a few out there.

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Try relaxing the memory timings to get some overhead.

 

You might spend some quality time with the Overclocking Guide. There's a wealth of information and testing techniques that can save you a lot of heartache and pain.

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