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    DFI NF4 None Expert Series Bios Timing For TCCD series, FF,LA,LE,LC,LD ete.

    the following timing is for DFi Ultra-d, SLi-D, SLi-DR
    Can NOT use for Expert, Venus

    F1-3200DSU2-1GBFX
    2.6-2.8V; HTT=5; FSB=200
    Dram Frequency Set: 200 (1:1)
    Command Per Clock: Enable (1t) (2T if not stable using 1T)
    Cas: 2
    Trcd: 2
    Tras: 5
    Trp: 2
    Trc: 7
    Trfc: 13~18
    Trrd: 2
    Ter: 2
    Twtr: 1~2
    Trwt: 2~3
    Tref: 3684
    Twcl: 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Enable

    Dqs Skew Control: Auto
    Dqs Skew Value: 0
    Dram Drive Strength: 7 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Darm Date Drive Strength: 3 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Max Async Latency: 6~7ns
    Darm Response: Normal
    Read Preamble Time: 4~5ns
    Idlecycle Limit: 256
    Dynamic Counter: Enable
    R/w Queue Bypass:16
    Bypass Max: 7
    32 Byte Granularity: Disable

    F1-3200DSU2-1GBLA
    DDR400
    2.6-2.8V; HTT=5; FSB=200
    Dram Frequency Set: 200 (1:1)
    Command Per Clock: Enable (1t) (2T if not stable using 1T)
    Cas: 2
    Trcd: 2
    Tras: 5
    Trp: 2
    Trc: 7
    Trfc: 13~18
    Trrd: 2
    Ter: 2
    Twtr: 1~2
    Trwt: 2~3
    Tref: 3684
    Twcl: 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Enable

    Dqs Skew Control: Auto
    Dqs Skew Value: 0
    Dram Drive Strength: 7 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Darm Date Drive Strength: 3 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Max Async Latency: 6~7ns
    Darm Response: Normal
    Read Preamble Time: 4~5ns
    Idlecycle Limit: 256
    Dynamic Counter: Enable
    R/w Queue Bypass:16
    Bypass Max: 7
    32 Byte Granularity: Disable

    DDR600
    2.6-2.8V; HTT=3; FSB=300
    Dram Frequency Set: 200 (1:1)
    Command Per Clock: Enable (1t) (2T if not stable using 1T)
    Cas: 2.5
    Trcd: 4
    Tras: 8
    Trp: 4
    Trc: 7
    Trfc: 13~18
    Trrd: 2
    Ter: 2
    Twtr: 1~2
    Trwt: 2~3
    Tref: 3684
    Twcl: 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Enable

    Dqs Skew Control: Auto
    Dqs Skew Value: 0
    Dram Drive Strength: 7 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Darm Date Drive Strength: 3 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Max Async Latency: 8~9ns
    Darm Response: Normal
    Read Preamble Time: 5~6ns
    Idlecycle Limit: 256
    Dynamic Counter: Enable
    R/w Queue Bypass:16
    Bypass Max: 7
    32 Byte Granularity: Disable

    F1-3200DSU2-1GBLE
    DDR400
    2.6-2.8V; HTT=5; FSB=200
    Dram Frequency Set: 200 (1:1)
    Command Per Clock: Enable (1t) (2T if not stable using 1T)
    Cas: 2
    Trcd: 2
    Tras: 5
    Trp: 2
    Trc: 7
    Trfc: 13~18
    Trrd: 2
    Ter: 2
    Twtr: 1~2
    Trwt: 2~3
    Tref: 3684
    Twcl: 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Enable

    Dqs Skew Control: Auto
    Dqs Skew Value: 0
    Dram Drive Strength: 7 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Darm Date Drive Strength: 3 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Max Async Latency: 6~7ns
    Darm Response: Normal
    Read Preamble Time: 4~5ns
    Idlecycle Limit: 256
    Dynamic Counter: Enable
    R/w Queue Bypass:16
    Bypass Max: 7
    32 Byte Granularity: Disable

    DDR550
    2.6-2.8V; HTT=3; FSB=275
    Dram Frequency Set: 200 (1:1)
    Command Per Clock: Enable (1t) (2T if not stable using 1T)
    Cas: 2.5
    Trcd: 3
    Tras: 5
    Trp: 3
    Trc: 7
    Trfc: 13~18
    Trrd: 2
    Ter: 2
    Twtr: 1~2
    Trwt: 2~3
    Tref: 3684
    Twcl: 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Enable

    Dqs Skew Control: Auto
    Dqs Skew Value: 0
    Dram Drive Strength: 7 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Darm Date Drive Strength: 3 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Max Async Latency: 7~9ns
    Darm Response: Normal
    Read Preamble Time: 5~6ns
    Idlecycle Limit: 256
    Dynamic Counter: Enable
    R/w Queue Bypass:16
    Bypass Max: 7
    32 Byte Granularity: Disable

    F1-4800DSU2-1GBFF
    DDR400
    2.6-2.8V; HTT=5; FSB=200
    Dram Frequency Set: 200 (1:1)
    Command Per Clock: Enable (1t) (2T if not stable using 1T)
    Cas: 2
    Trcd: 2
    Tras: 5
    Trp: 2
    Trc: 7
    Trfc: 13~18
    Trrd: 2
    Ter: 2
    Twtr: 1~2
    Trwt: 2~3
    Tref: 3684
    Twcl: 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Enable

    Dqs Skew Control: Auto
    Dqs Skew Value: 0
    Dram Drive Strength: 7 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Darm Date Drive Strength: 3 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Max Async Latency: 6~7ns
    Darm Response: Normal
    Read Preamble Time: 4~5ns
    Idlecycle Limit: 256
    Dynamic Counter: Enable
    R/w Queue Bypass:16
    Bypass Max: 7
    32 Byte Granularity: Disable

    DDR550
    2.6-2.8V; HTT=3; FSB=275
    Dram Frequency Set: 200 (1:1)
    Command Per Clock: Enable (1t) (2T if not stable using 1T)
    Cas: 2.5
    Trcd: 3
    Tras: 5
    Trp: 3
    Trc: 7
    Trfc: 13~18
    Trrd: 2
    Ter: 2
    Twtr: 1~2
    Trwt: 2~3
    Tref: 3684
    Twcl: 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Enable

    Dqs Skew Control: Auto
    Dqs Skew Value: 0
    Dram Drive Strength: 7 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Darm Date Drive Strength: 3 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Max Async Latency: 7~9ns
    Darm Response: Normal
    Read Preamble Time: 4~6ns
    Idlecycle Limit: 256
    Dynamic Counter: Enable
    R/w Queue Bypass:16
    Bypass Max: 7
    32 Byte Granularity: Disable

    DDR600
    2.6-2.8V; HTT=3; FSB=300
    Dram Frequency Set: 200 (1:1)
    Command Per Clock: Enable (1t) (2T if not stable using 1T)
    Cas: 2.5
    Trcd: 4
    Tras: 8
    Trp: 4
    Trc: 7
    Trfc: 13~18
    Trrd: 2
    Ter: 2
    Twtr: 1~2
    Trwt: 2~3
    Tref: 3684
    Twcl: 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Enable

    Dqs Skew Control: Auto
    Dqs Skew Value: 0
    Dram Drive Strength: 7 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Darm Date Drive Strength: 3 (or Best Value For Your System)
    Max Async Latency: 8~9ns
    Darm Response: Normal
    Read Preamble Time: 5~6ns
    Idlecycle Limit: 256
    Dynamic Counter: Enable
    R/w Queue Bypass:16
    Bypass Max: 7
    32 Byte Granularity: Disable
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    Very usefull, thanks G.STechnician!

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    Hi There G.S Tech, Have followed those settings and timings with my DFI Expert and 1GBFX but whenever i ran the Memtest, thousands of errors occuring in test 6 of the memtest. I run 1t and 2t but still have thousands of errors in test six.

    Pls help. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by adidassler
    Hi There G.S Tech, Have followed those settings and timings with my DFI Expert and 1GBFX but whenever i ran the Memtest, thousands of errors occuring in test 6 of the memtest. I run 1t and 2t but still have thousands of errors in test six.

    Pls help. Thanks!
    please check the title.. it is for Ultra-D. Sli-d, Sli-DR
    not for expert, venus!!
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    Sorry for that G.S.Tech...
    Will Really Appreciate if you can post also settings and timings for my Expert. Pls..... Thanks a Lot!
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    i will try but expert, venus is really hard to have a "fix char" for everyone
    DDS and DDDS is really different from person to person
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    Hi there G.S. Tech

    Currently, im having a new mobo DFI RS482 Infinity.

    Pls do help me with mem timings for its is far different from my current rig (SIG below) in bios. not familiar with those new terms.

    Many Thanks
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    F1-3200DSU2-1GBFX
    Settings: DFI Ultra-D/SLI-D
    2.6-2.8V usually some like more; HTT=3; FSB=300 or more
    Dram Frequency Set: 200 (1:1)
    Command Per Clock: Enable (1t) (2T if not stable using 1T)
    Cas: 2,5
    Trcd: 4
    Tras: 7
    Trp: 3
    Trc: 7
    Trfc: 13~14~19
    Trrd: 4
    Ter: 2
    Twtr: 1~2
    Trwt: 2~3
    Tref: 100Mhz 7,8us/1,95us or 200Mhz 15,6us
    Twcl: 1
    Dram Bank Interleave: Disable

    Dqs Skew Control: Auto
    Dqs Skew Value: 0
    Dram Drive Strength: auto
    Darm Date Drive Strength: auto
    Max Async Latency: ~9ns max 10
    Darm Response: Normal
    Read Preamble Time: ~5,5-6ns
    Idlecycle Limit: 256
    Dynamic Counter: Disable
    R/w Queue Bypass:16
    Bypass Max: 7
    32 Byte Granularity: Disable
    32M max


    1M max


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    well it's about time I have somewhere to look for tested settings for my 1GBFF kit. THANKS GS TECH

    Just got a new opteron 148 and I couldnt get stock to run well...had a hunch that it was my ram settings. Running ddr400 2-2-2-5 now and its going well. Hope to start OCing soon.

    ps, is there a mailing list that we could get on depending on our register gskill ram? Like I got an email from alice about new ddr2 ram, it would be nice to get emailed these settings...I probably would never have found them if it wasnt for seeing this thread posted in another forum...just a suggestion.

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    Thank you so much GST!!! For both the RMA and everything! My system is up and running again and stable so far on DDR600/2.7ghz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordofDoom
    Thank you so much GST!!! For both the RMA and everything! My system is up and running again and stable so far on DDR600/2.7ghz.
    i hope my hand writing is not too hard to read

    happy to see the thing solve
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    Exclamation 4800FF - Help me!

    I've an X2 3800+ that runs @ 2,8Ghz vCore default with async mem (ddr @ 400) + DFI LanParty UT NF-4 Ultra-D (last official DFI bios) + G.Skill 4800FF (2x512). There're stability problem if I want to use my 4800 @ DDR 550 or @ DDR 600. I don't found the perfect stability with my hw; when i try to set my 4800FF to DDR 550 (275x10) or @ DDR 600 (300x9). I've problem with the boot or instability after the loginf of WinXP Pro (SP2).

    I've read your guide but I've the same problem.
    Please G.S Technician or someone help me to solve this problem!


    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordHanderson View Post
    I've an X2 3800+ that runs @ 2,8Ghz vCore default with async mem (ddr @ 400) + DFI LanParty UT NF-4 Ultra-D (last official DFI bios) + G.Skill 4800FF (2x512). There're stability problem if I want to use my 4800 @ DDR 550 or @ DDR 600. I don't found the perfect stability with my hw; when i try to set my 4800FF to DDR 550 (275x10) or @ DDR 600 (300x9). I've problem with the boot or instability after the loginf of WinXP Pro (SP2).

    I've read your guide but I've the same problem.
    Please G.S Technician or someone help me to solve this problem!


    Thanks
    Is there someone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordHanderson View Post
    I've an X2 3800+ that runs @ 2,8Ghz vCore default with async mem (ddr @ 400) + DFI LanParty UT NF-4 Ultra-D (last official DFI bios) + G.Skill 4800FF (2x512). There're stability problem if I want to use my 4800 @ DDR 550 or @ DDR 600. I don't found the perfect stability with my hw; when i try to set my 4800FF to DDR 550 (275x10) or @ DDR 600 (300x9). I've problem with the boot or instability after the loginf of WinXP Pro (SP2).

    I've read your guide but I've the same problem.
    Please G.S Technician or someone help me to solve this problem!


    Thanks
    which bios you use? try to use old bios if possible
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.S Technician View Post
    which bios you use? try to use old bios if possible
    I'm using the 6.0 PG (date 4/06/2006), the last official DFI.

    what version do you suggest?
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