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DFI LANParty UT X48-T2R, E8400, 496x8, Post 1 Of 3

 

As a followup to my earlier post, this is what I have settled on for 24/7 settings. The board/memory combination is capable of stable 500 FSB/1200MHz memory settings. However, due to what appears to be a chipset limitation I don't feel those settings could be sustained indefinitely. Further fine tuning of clock skews and NB GLTREF may turn that around. But for now I need to get some time in with the DDR III version of this board that's sitting here. All in all still not bad for 2GB modules for 24/7.

 

 

 

E8400 04/02 BIOS

496x8, Memory 1190MHz

2x2GB OCZ PC2 9200 Flex2

XFX8800 GTS (G92)

Yellow Slots Used For Memory

VDIMM Measured 2.120V

 

 

 

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[color="Red"]CPU Feature Page[/color]
Thermal Management Control................Enabled
PPM (EIST) Mode...........................Enabled
Limit CPUID MaxVal........................Disabled
CIE Function..............................Auto
Execute Disable Bit.......................Enabled
Virtualization Technology.................Enabled
Core Multi-Processing.....................Enabled

[color="Red"]Main BIOS Page[/color]
Exist Setup Shutdown......................Mode 2
Shutdown After AC Loss....................Disabled
O. C. Fail Retry Counter..................0
CLOCK VC0 Divider.........................Auto
CPU Clock Ratio...........................8x
CPU N/2 Ratio.............................Disabled
CPU Clock.................................496 MHz
Boot Up Clock.............................Auto
DRAM Speed................................333/800
PCIE Clock................................100MHz
PCIE Slot Config..........................1X 1X

CPU Spread Spectrum.......................Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum......................Disabled
SATA Spread Spectrum......................Disabled

[color="Red"]Voltage Setting Page[/color] 
CPU VID Control...........................Auto 1.2200V
CPU VID Special Add.......................108.50%
DRAM Voltage Control......................2.150V
SB Core/CPU PLL Voltage...................1.510V
NB Core Voltage...........................1.504V
CPU VTT Voltage...........................1.160V
VCore Droop Control.......................Enabled
Clockgen Voltage Control..................3.45V
GTL+ Buffers Strength.....................Strong
Host Slew Rate............................Strong
GTL REF Voltage Control...................Disabled
CPU GTL 1/2 REF Volt......................110
CPU GTL 0/3 REF Volt......................110
North Bridge GTL REF Volt ................110

[color="Red"]DRAM Timing Page[/color]
Enhance Data Transmitting.................Fast
Enhance Addressing........................Fast
T2 Dispatch...............................Enabled
Clock Setting Fine Delay..................Listed Below
CAS Latency Time (tCL)....................5
RAS# to CAS# Delay (tRCD).................5
RAS# Precharge (tRP)......................5
Precharge Delay (tRAS)....................15
All Precharge to Act......................6
REF to ACT Delay (tRFC)...................54
Performance Level.........................Auto
Read Delay Phase Adjust...................Listed Below
MCH ODT Latency...........................2
Write to PRE Delay (tWR)..................14
Rank Write to Read (tWTR).................11
ACT to ACT Delay (tRRD)...................3
Read to Write Delay (tRDWR)...............8
Ranks Write to Write (tWRWR)..............Auto
Ranks Read to Read (tRDRD)................Auto
Ranks Write to Read (tWRRD)...............Auto
Read CAS# Precharge (tRTP)................4
ALL PRE to Refresh........................6

[color="Red"]Read Delay Phase Adjust Page[/color]
Channel 1 Phase 0 Pull-In.................Auto (7)
Channel 1 Phase 1 Pull-In.................Auto (7)
Channel 1 Phase 2 Pull-In.................Auto (7)
Channel 1 Phase 3 Pull-In.................Auto (7)
Channel 1 Phase 4 Pull-In.................Auto (7)

Channel 2 Phase 0 Pull-In.................Auto (7)
Channel 2 Phase 1 Pull-In.................Auto (8)
Channel 2 Phase 2 Pull-In.................Auto (8)
Channel 2 Phase 3 Pull-In.................Auto (7)
Channel 2 Phase 4 Pull-In.................Auto (7)

[color="Red"]Clock Setting Fine Delay Page[/color]
Ch1 Clock Crossing Setting................More Aggressive
DIMM 1 Clock fine delay...................140ps
DIMM 2 Clock fine delay...................630ps
DIMM 1 Control fine delay.................630ps
DIMM 2 Control fine delay.................350ps
Ch 1 Command fine delay...................840ps

Ch2 Clock Crossing Setting................More Aggressive
DIMM 3 Clock fine delay...................140ps
DIMM 4 Clock fine delay...................420ps
DIMM 3 Control fine delay.................420ps
DIMM 4 Control fine delay.................420ps
Ch 2 Command fine delay...................840ps

Ch1Ch2 CommonClock Setting................More Aggressive

Ch1 RDCAS GNT-Chip Delay..................Auto
Ch1 WRCAS GNT-Chip Delay..................Auto
Ch1 Command to CS Delay...................Auto

Ch2 RDCAS GNT-Chip Delay..................Auto
Ch2 WRCAS GNT-Chip Delay..................Auto
Ch2 Command to CS Delay...................Auto


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DFI LANParty UT X48-T2R, E8400, 496x8, Post 2 Of 3

 

XP SP3

 

 

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3dx Max w/V-ray

Time to render: 14min 32sec

 

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Everest - Right screen shows C1E enabled

 

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DFI LANParty UT X48-T2R, E8400, 496x8, Post 3 Of 3

 

Vista 64 Bit SP1

 

 

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3dx Max w/V-ray

Time to render: 15min 56sec

 

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Everest - Right screen shows C1E enabled

 

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great work nice setup. neat and clean layout also. congrats on the oc and sharing with us. what water cooling are you running i see your at 2.1 volts on that cpu what are the temps at idle and load with a oc like that

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Thanks guys. Actual CPU voltage is right at 1.330V. With the displayed memory timings the board can do a straight 7 tRd with a slight bump in NB voltage. But as most of my posts are for users to use as a starting basis I tend to use settings that are a bit on the lax side.

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