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What Memory Controller is best for OC on the Winnie ?

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Here i am back again.

 

Upon Andy's suggestion i added a 60 mm fan next to my dimms and many of the overclocking problems i had vanished. PC is much more stable at any given overclock and doesnt fail OCCT in the first 3 seconds. I am still testing atm but for now i can tell you the memory controller on this cpu is not exceptional but not the worst either: CBBFD 0441 TPBW

 

Here are some numbers

 

Genie Bios Settings

 

 

Memory at 300Mhz (OCCT Stable but not 100% stable i m still testing)

Memmory at 282 with the same exact settings below it went 6 hrs memtest 1.55 with no errors

 

Multi 8x

 

CPU VID Startup 1.4V

VID Control 1.275V (or 1.250V) This together with the setting below leads

to a Voltage of 1.52V

Above VID 123% (or 126%)

LDT 1.2V

Chipset 1.8V

DRAM 2.8V

Enable +0.03v Enabled (This setting is in my 414-3 BIOS and brings the

Voltage of the ram up to 2.88 -read from bios- with these

settings)

 

DRAM Settings (In order like in BIOS page)

 

200 (1:1)

Enable

2.5

5

10

5

14

16

3

3

2

3

3072 (tried 4708 as well dont see the difference)

1

Enable

 

Increse Skew

255

Level 8 ( i tried 6~7 and it doesnt seem stable)

Level 3

7ns

5ns

16

Disable

16x

7x

Disable

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CBBHD 0449 MPM... can hit 300x9 with 1.58V, can't get it stable yet [haven't figured it out].

 

Run 24/7 289x9 @ 1.5V.

 

Hand picked this chip :D

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Yeah, CBBIDs mem controler does suxx sometimes. I had one (3500+ Winchester)

that could be gaming stable at 260 x 10 1:1 1T 3-4-4-7 2.8v, not that bad

considering.

 

Now, I'm using a 3500+ ClawHammer and this mem controler just roxx. I've read

that 3500+ ClawHammer are FX55 that failed testing for whatever reasons, and

they downgraded them to 3500+. Multi locked at 11x and disabled cache to 512,

FX mem controler are rock solid.

 

I can run at 260 x 10 at stock volts (1.456v cpuz) and memtest86 at DDR600 2.5-

3-3-7 1:1 1T 2.9v (300x9) for ever. 3500+ ClawHammer are cheap, u need to get

a CAA2C tho, they are the best OCers.

 

One thing...they run hot!! 260 x 10 @ 1.456v (cpuz) stock volt, Tambient around

25C, stock AMD HSF, Tidle 45, Tload 55C-57C. U need water to push it for sure. Heat is

what limiting my OCing right now.

 

Anyway, kinda off topic, justa let u guys know. ;)

 

3500+ ClawHammer link (long thread, worth it tho :D ). http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showth...highlight=tight

 

My settings. http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showth...highlight=tight

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i've gotten my 3200+ up to 245x10 without even touching memory timings yet. i ran memtest for hours, s&m, occt, 32m super pi, stress cpu, and 9 hours of prime. im testing 260x10 now, im trying to make this thing give me errors...

 

cbbid 0505 not sure what the following letters are... cpu-z shows a lot of F's FFO or something like that.

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I have a Winney 3000+ CBBID 0505 BPBW ( one of the worse oc`ers ).... The most stable speed I can hit is (267 x 9) 2.4GHz... My timings are set 2.5-3-3-6 1T @ 1:1.....even with looser timings or a divider anything higher than 267 is unstable...BAD MEMORY CONTROLLER!!... I can't complain 600mhz oc isn't that bad...i suppose... :confused:

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I am comfortable at 2.6 GHz @ 1.7V Vcore on my 3000+ CBBHD 0449MPM

 

RAM is 260 @ 2-2-2-5 1:1 @ 1T with 3.6V Vdimm

 

How is that ? ;)

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Nice VX man, but that's a really high vCore for 24/7? That's weird, I can hit 2.6GHz with only 1.5V on my 0449MPM...maybe cuz yours is a 3200, I got 3000.

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CBBID 0451 winny 3200+

 

2502 (9x278) @ 1.6

ram 2.5-3-3-5 DDR556

 

Tested to 8 hours of memtest and prime with no errors and been playing games and folding for a few weeks stable. Took me ages to get there but I'm unsure if it's because it's my first overclock or because it's a bad chip.

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how do u guys find out those stepping codes?

 

are they etched on the processor?

 

EDIT: ahh . im pretty sure i threw that little plastic processor case with the serial number on it into the trash about a year ago

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