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well, 67 won't hurt :)

 

and yeah, which is actually it's rated speed... says DDR500 at 2.5-3-3-7 2.75-2.85v :) god obviously just does not want me to have an a64 :)

 

16 errors at 240 2.5-3-3-7 2.8v .. ahh the joy :)

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try 250, 2.5-4-3-8, 2.85v......also are you running 1T or 2T?

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Try 2T also if my last suggestion didn't work.

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I started from scratch :rolleyes:

 

It passed test 8 (finally) at 210, 2-2-2-8 so I am now doing a full pass at 215 2-2-2-8 to see what happens... it's probably not going to work :) It's passed up to test 6 so far...

 

EDIT: These are the rated speeds:

Speed     Memory    Timings        Voltage Settings
PC3200   (400MHz)   2-2-2-5-1T     2.6-2.7v
PC3500   (436MHz)   2-3-3-6-1T     2.6-2.7v
PC3700   (466MHz)   2-3-3-6-1T     2.7-2.8v
PC4000   (500MHz)   2.5-3-3-7-1T   2.75-2.85v
PC4200   (533MHz)   3-4-4-8-1T     2.85-2.95v

 

EDIT: Now on test 8 at 215, 2-2-2-8

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66 Mhz locked AGP for me. I haven't verified it with anything, but I'm not experiencing any problems at 255x10. I'm sure something would get wonky at this HTT without a lock.

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It just that when I was playing with clockgen the other day, I had it at 66MHz... but when I was twiddling with the HTT with clockgen I noticed the PCI and AGP speeds going up with it. When I set it to 67MHz in BIOS it didn't seem to do it anymore. Whether that's just to cover the Neo2 and nothing for me to worry about I have no idea... I think it might have been. Won't hurt me to keep it at 67MHz though, just incase?

 

It passes memtest at 215, 2-2-2-8 so i'm gonna go prime now see if it's still doing the prime error thing like before :(

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I can't see 67 hurting anything. I might have to play with Clockgen myself. I've never actually even used it. :lol:

 

What else besides Clockgen can verify speeds? Is it in Everest or Sandra somewhere? I never even tried looking for it before. :O:blink::blink:

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lol go go go! clockgen is teh goodness :)

 

now priming :)

 

EDIT: CPU-Z tells you CPU speeds, FSB, vcore etc etc.. give that a try?

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lol go go go! clockgen is teh goodness :)

 

now priming :)

 

EDIT: CPU-Z tells you CPU speeds, FSB, vcore etc etc.. give that a try?

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Lol, no, just the AGP speed. I can already see all that other stuff in CPU-Z.

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OOH hmm.. not sure about that one :) I think nvidia's ntune/systemutility thing probably will, but I don't like that thing v much!!

 

Hmm well guess what ! Prime failed exactly like before... Hummm.. ! But since it's new RAM i'll uh... try 210MHz instead and see if it starts working then. Then 205... then 200... and if prime is still playing up at 200 again, I guess the chip goes back for RMA.

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yea run prime with everything at stock and see if it fails. If so then it is your chip.

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