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    nForce2 Tweaker V0.25b - by CodeRed

    nForce2 Tweaker V0.2

    A Windows Program written by CodeRed @ XtremeSystems.org allowing tweaking to all nForce2 base board on:

    - Memory Alpha Timing
    - AGP Controller Latency
    - AGP Bus Latency
    - PCI Latency

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    Before running this program. Close any hardware monitoring software ( MBM5, SpeedFan, ...etc)
    Turn it back on after nForce2 Tweaker tools already open.

    Download Link:
    http://forum.abit-usa.com/attachment...&postid=377948

    Happy Tweaking
    Last edited by tictac; 07-24-2004 at 05:13 AM.

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    here are some comparison for alpha timing

    this is with loosen timing: 6-6-6-6-3-6-6


    this is with tight timing: 2-3-5-3-2-2-4



    Gain some marks on 3d mark2001

    and some memory bandwith about 20-50Mb/sec

    and here is super tight alpha timing:0-0-3-3-0-0-3-3
    ftp://62.178.109.212/267.JPG


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    here some feedback from user

    JimmyPage @PCPerspective Forums
    tested all kinds of settings, ended up at 1-3-4-3-3-4-4 read top to bottom. Provides greatest bandwidth (about 40MB/s more than 5-4-6-3-3-5-6, about 15MB/s more that 1-3-3-3-3-3-4) and doesn't seem to limit my FSB at all.

    No errors at any speed up to the limit in Memtest.

    This is done with 2x256 CH-5 in DC, btw


    oh ya here some reference for Alpha Timing

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    Alpha Timing Parameters
    
    T = latency/timing in number of clocks
    DOE = ???
    RRD = Row Active to Row Active Delay
    W2P = Write to Precharge
    W2R = Write to Read
    REXT = ???
    R2P = Read to Precharge
    R2W = Read to Write
    if u have any other memory timing register plz let me know..

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    Good job guys!

    I've been using WCPCREDIT until now for these. I found that using 5-4-6-3-3-5-6 kills my bandwidth (by a lot) but allows sligtly higher FSB, so one step forward two steps back, pointless. I endedup with 1-3-3-3-2-1-3 for my double-sided 512Mb stick. I'd like to see what other people are running too.

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    Going to be really nice to try this little new addition to the tweak programs. However late is the hour :P And I must sleep so I will try this tomorrow if i have the time...
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    awesome!!!

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    i hope can add more option later.. now still searching

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    what timings does 88 35 and 32 correspond to?

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    Very nice job CodeReb

    Would it be possible to have all bios options in a windows based program?

    That would really rock

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    Originally posted by YoupY
    Very nice job CodeReb

    Would it be possible to have all bios options in a windows based program?

    That would really rock
    The next revision will have more options. Tictac and I just have to work out which options can/cant be set from within windows.

    BTW Dont thank me, thank tictac. He did all the hard work with the register values. I simply adapted A64 tweaker.
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    Tictac great job

    both you guys for both tools

    Any change we'll see voltage options windows based, or is that impossible?

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    Originally posted by blinky
    what timings does 88 35 and 32 correspond to?
    2-3-3-2-11

    Originally posted by YoupY
    Any change we'll see voltage options windows based, or is that impossible
    hope so

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    Thank's now I dont have to restart as much LOL.
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    Originally posted by tictac
    here are some comparison for alpha timing

    this is with loosen timing: 6-6-6-6-3-6-6


    this is with tight timing: 2-3-5-3-2-2-4



    Gain some marks on 3d mark2001

    and some memory bandwith about 20-50Mb/sec

    and here is super tight alpha timing:0-0-3-3-0-0-3-3
    [img]ftp://62.178.109.212/267.JPG[/img]

    Isn't 27 3DMarks within the margin of error ? And how the heck did Merlin manage 267FSB on a NF7-s ?!

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    ok thanx...

    267Mhz... no problem

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    hmmm

    Values "8C" "25" "22" correspond to 11,2,2,2,2.0
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    What settings would be the best for my 2x256 twinmos bh5 sticks
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    horey.. i just get trc & trfc offset

    edited:typo error in pic

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    Last edited by tictac; 07-24-2004 at 02:20 PM.

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    Outstanding job, thanks to everyone who contribute, and especially tictac for being all over it

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    Originally posted by tictac
    horey.. i just get trc & trfc offset
    looking into it right now

    EDIT: tictac can you check the following interpretation of your screenie. In particular I need to know the valid range for each setting. Just want to get it right (first time) before I commit this to code

    Last edited by CodeRed; 07-23-2004 at 09:24 PM.
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    X800Pro class 3DMark03 : 16092
    Ti4200 class 3Dmark01 No 1 : 22213
    Super Pi 1M : S754 28 sec, FX53 25 sec
    HEXUS Pifast : S754/Prom 40.55sec, FX53 36.92sec

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    Codered i already PM u the register

    All is 4bit register

    except Tras = 8bit register

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    Do I have to understand all these settings, or is it enough when I know that lower = better?

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    nForce2 Tweaker 0.25b
    Change log
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    - Add new timing option

    Cheers & Special Thanx to CodeRed

    Download Link
    http://forum.abit-usa.com/attachment...&postid=379291

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    hope someone can help me find

    - Data Scavenged
    - Super Bypass
    - Dimm Strenght & slew rate

    register next

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    hmmmm

    I still dont get the AGP bus latency location. Why does Oskar Wu say it is one place and the tweaker has it elsewhere?

    I guess that CPC on/off and CAS are two things we cannot alter from Windows....only bootup bios time these can be set?
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