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Thread: How tight can I run my TCCD with 300FSB?

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    How tight can I run my TCCD with 300FSB?

    I'm running 300 x 9 2.5-3-3-7 @ 2.9v 1:1 1T, is it possible to do better (tighter)?

    So far, I failed. Any advises.

    Thanks

    FSB Bus Frequency: 300
    LTD/FSB Frequency Ratio: X 3.0
    LDT Bus Transfer Width: 16/16
    CPU/FSB Frequency Ratio: X 9.0
    PCI Express Frequency: 100 Mhz
    K8 Cool & Quiet Support: Disable
    CPU Vid Startup Value: Startup
    CPU Vid Control: 1.450v
    CPU Special Vid Control: Above Vid * 110%
    LTD Voltage Control: 1.20v
    Chipset Voltage Control: 1.50v
    Dram Voltage Control: 2.90v
    Run Memtest86: Disable
    MAC Lan: Auto
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    Machine MAC NV Address: Disable
    Internal Phy SATA 1/2: Disable
    Internal Phy SATA 2/4: Enable
    Si I3114 sATA Raid Control: Disable
    VIA 1394 Control: Enable
    Marvel Giga Lan Control: Enable

    Dram Frequency: 200 (DRAM/FSB:1/01)
    Command Per Clock (cpc): Enable
    Cas Latency Control (tcl): 2.5
    Ras to Cas Delay (trcd): 3
    Min Ras Active Time (tras): 7
    Row Precharge Time (trp): 3
    Row Cycle Time (trc): 7
    Row Refrsh Cycle Time (trfc): 14
    Row to Row Delay (trrd): 2
    Write Recovery Time (twr): 2
    Write to Read Delay (twtr): 2
    Read to Write Delay (trwt): 2
    Refresh Period (tref): 3632
    Write Cas Latency (twcl): 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Enable
    DQS Skew Control: Increase Skew
    DQS Skew Value: 255
    Dram Drive Strength Level: Level 7
    Dram Data Drive Strength: Level 2
    Max Async Latency: 0.8 nano seconds
    Read Preamble Time: 0.5 nano seconds
    Idle Cycle Limit: 256 Cycles
    Dynamic Counter: Disable
    R/W Queue Bypass: 16X
    Bypass Max: 7X
    32 byte Granularity: Disable (8 Bursts)

    Memtest86 36 passes (8hrs 25min) 0 errors.
    SuperPi 1M & 2M stable.
    Not Prime95 stable yet working on it.
    Last edited by Kosmic71; 05-06-2005 at 12:08 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kosmic71
    I'm running 300 x 9 2.5-3-3-7 @ 2.9v 1:1 1T, is it possible to do better (tighter)?

    So far, I failed. Any advises.
    if you REALLY are able to run 300 2.5 3 3 7 then you must be a very happy camper since with my TCCD (OCZ REV2) there is no way in hell i can even run 290 at 2.5 3 3 7..actually i used to run them at 2.5 4 3 7 289 for a few months OCCT/Prime stable - but recently i got issues and lost this overclock (have no idea why) ...so they dont even do 289 2.5 4 3 7 anymore. After weeks of tweaking and playing with voltages i had to run them at 10x260 2.5 3 3 7 now.

    If i were you i would start up loser and having less expections than running 300 2.5 3 3 7 OCCT/Prime stable.....you say you FAIL...but the same time you seek even tighter timings

    BNtw. m,emtest is worthless as you see...its good for testing your mem and the voltages....but what use does it have if you run it 8hrs ok but have troubles w/ prime under load then. Memtest cannot really be used as a "real world" stability test...many people think so but its not the case.
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    I thought that maybe it was my Vcore and heat that prevent me to get it Prime stable, because of heat I'm stuck at 1.450 x 110% (1.536v cpuz). I read somewhere that in Blend I should put 800 in memory to use, because Prime blend might go to the HD sometimes and that is why I fail that test. That is why I said working on it (Prime95).

    It is nice to know that the timings that I've got is acceptable

    Thanks
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    Kosmic, click on some of the results in this thread for suggestions...

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...t=53290&page=1

    ...although most at 300HTT are at 2.5-4-3-7.

    So far at 2.5-4-3-7 I've managed to get my OCZ Rev.2 upto 310 Memtest, P95 and SuperPi stable.

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    there are several guides about this in the xb section

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    i would be thrilled to run 300x9 @ 2.5-3-3-x - and i can run that in dos memtest all day long but windows stability is another thing all together!!

    you could try twtr=1 - might be able to run that - but since you have trcd=3 it might put too much strain.........try and report back though!!


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    i can do 2.5/3/3/7 at a little over 300mhz but i had to spring for g.skill pc4800 and had to be limited to 512mb. my "regular" tccd -pqi turbo- is only good at those timings to around 270. pretty sure its rare to do any better than you are doing without "special" dfi ram.

    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=16553

    very truly yours,
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    My advice is to hold on to those sticks for dear life.
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    try and report back though!!
    Yes I will.

    Thanks for the link, I will read it asap.

    My advice is to hold on to those sticks for dear life.
    From what u guys are telling me...hell yeah!!
    Last edited by Kosmic71; 05-07-2005 at 07:17 PM.
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    These are mine settings iam using to run mine G.Skill LC at 302MHz 2.74V..
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    It is the best I can do. I've got a big house fan in front of it (case side wall removed) room temp at 18C. At room temp 21C it gave me 2 errors at pass
    45 and 2 more at pass 59.

    Last edited by Kosmic71; 05-13-2005 at 05:49 PM.
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    i can pass memtest dos at speeds a lot higher than i can do in windows xp that is for sure.....

    so once you get memtest dos stable - try passing memtest windows - if you can do 1000% you are pretty good to go!!


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