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PDP Systems Patriot XBLK PC3200 Database

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What is the PSU? Did you plug all 4 power connector to DFI board? You can safely change the timmins to 2.0-2-2-6 1T. Getting error at DDR400 is not normal. FYI, I could run memtest at 2.0-2-2 at 229HTT @2.9v, with slight tune the alpha timings.

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Komodo, that is excellent work. 1.488v :cool: cool... Prime95 stable? Can you post a screenshoot of A64Tweaker 0.6 beta and everest latency. Thanks.

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WheresWaldo, nice results. Are you running PDP or Geil?

chennhui, This is the second system I am building and it is running the following hardware:

 

A64 3500+ CAA2C 0505DPMW (on water) @ 1.62v

MSI X800XL (on air)

BenQ 1633S DVD R/RW

Samsung 80GB SATA

Samsung 250GB SATA

1GB PDP PC3200 XBLK (2x512) @ 2.90v

 

Water setup is same as sig system with the exception of DD TDX (w/#4 nozzle) and X800XL on air.

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Holy cow!

Brother, you need to post your Genie BIOS setting in detail asap!! Are you using 101 or 100 for your PCI-E freq? Also, do you think an IDE drive would aid my OC more than a SATA HDD?

 

Okay here are the settings:

 

FSB 301 (highest game stable setting)

LDT:FSB x3.0

LDT Bus 16 16

CPU:FSB x9.0

PCIe 101

CnQ Disabled

CPU VID Startup

CPU VID Control 1.550

CPU VID Special 104%

LDT 1.30v

nF4 1.60v

DRAM 2.90v

 

DRAM Freq 200 (1:1)

CPC Enabled

Tcl 2.5

Trcd 04

Tras 09

Trp 03

Trc 08

Trfc 16

Trrd 04

Twr 02

Twtr 02

Trwt 04

Tref 4708

Twcl 01

DRAM Interleave Enabled

DQS Control Auto

DQS Value 0

DRAM Drive Level 7

DRAM Data Level 2

Max Async 08.0ns

Read Preamble 05.0ns

Idlecycle 016

Dynamic Counter Disable

R/W Queue 16 X

Bypass 07 X

Granularity Disable

 

I can bench as high as 305 but it needs tweaking to be game stable at that speed. so I'm content with 2.7GHz.

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Hey guy's, don't be afraid to slacken the timings. XBLK flies :nod:

 

XBLK results

 

Komodo,

 

What are the Genie BIOS settings. I think I am at about the same settings as you for everything but the actual RAM timings. Nice OC BTW.

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Since I have started tweaking in my SD 3700+, I have gotten my Patriot up to 322HTT at 2.9vdimm 2.5-4-3-8 bios 414-1 internal Memtest run full for over 18hrs. Started the run, went out and partied til late, slept for over 10hrs. Got up and it was still running. I am now Priming at 316HTT x9. Hopping to get all the way to the 322HTT, but it looks like 316-318 Is going to be the limited for my CPU at 9X.

With my 3200+ winnie, the RAM HTT lost stability at 306HTT, so it looks like the SD mem controller has given me about 15MHz more on the HTT.

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Oh, my timings have changed slightly since the post on page 2. This is with the 414-1 bios.

HTT 322

LDT X3

Cpu Multi X9

PCE-I 100

LDT V 1.3

Chipset V 1.7

Vdimm 2.9

 

Ram Multi 200 1:1

CPC EN

Tcl 2.5

Trcd 04

Tras 08

Trp 03

Trc 11

Trfc 22

Trrd 02

Twr 02

Twtr 02

Trwt 04

Tref 4708

Twcl 01

Bank Inter EN

Skew Control Auto (Off)

Drive Strength 07

Max Async Auto (8ns)

Read Preamble 05

Idle Cycle 256

Dyn Counter DIS

R/W Que Bypass 16X

Bypass Max 7X

32 Bit Gran DIS

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Anybody hit up that new beta BIOS? The 510-1 or 510-3 has apparantly had a lot of mixed reviews, some raving about how great it was and others saying it made things worse.

 

I was wondering if any fellow XBL owners were helped / hurt by this? I'm still running 310p and am starting to hit instability, so I'm wondering if I should switch to see if it will help...

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Oh, my timings have changed slightly since the post on page 2. This is with the 414-1 bios.

 

LDT V 1.3

Chipset V 1.7

 

robowang, do you really find that increasing these two voltages are necessary?

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