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Opcod 7th June 2006 14:02

P4 805 Oc same as the test but... problem
 
Hi

So i got last week my great system.. So i have the P4 805 with the Asus board : P5LD2 and with 2 Corsair TwinX 512 ddr2 5400. So 1 gig of memory. And with a Zalman9500 cooler. And 450 Watt pwr supply.

So i got 3.8 ghz on a vCore of 1.425. But my problem is i can't got my ram to run perfectly.. If i try to put the setting for a ddr 667 or near of it my system frooze always..
If i put the setting for the ram at : Auto, it's just fine and run without any problem but my ram is detected , on the bios boot, as a pc-3800...

So i have the same setup as the article : http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=getarticle&articID=437 But, got problem .. What setting does i have to put.. increase the ram voltage... ?

Thanks

jmke 7th June 2006 14:05

hey, increasing the ram voltage a tiny bit might help, but before you do , download the latest [g]CPU-z[/g] and attach a screenshot of your memory speed and timings in Windows when you have the memory set to "auto".

Opcod 7th June 2006 14:24

So only ram voltage will be ok...

At about 1.9 can it be fine ? And i think that the min is about 1.8 if i'm right, i'm not in front of it right now..

Thanks again for your very quick reply.

jmke 7th June 2006 14:30

read the rest of the reply:)

Quote:

Originally posted by jmke
but before you do , download the latest [g]CPU-z[/g] and attach a screenshot of your memory speed and timings in Windows when you have the memory set to "auto".
since you are pushing your FSB beyond the default you'll have to work with memory divisors, it's possible these are not correctly set, or that the auto setting is in fact working to put the memory at a correct speed, in order to find out use the latest version of CPU-z

jmke 7th June 2006 14:35

it's the third tab in the app

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and if you submit it online you can link to it http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=98694

Opcod 8th June 2006 16:32

Ok

So i have made different test. And so i've got to run fine at 3.86 Ghz now. pretty great for me. And i put the ram Volt up to 1.9V. But i cant got any stability if i change other setting, or maybe i'm wrong at certain place. So i boot with pc-4800. so it's better than 3800...

But i check different ovc. And in cpu-z i got my CPU voltage at about 3.8 - 3.9 V. But the CPU V-core is set at 1.425V.

So is it ok or at long term it will be dangerous... ?

Thanks

Opcod 8th June 2006 16:33

About my ram, the timming is about 5-5-5-11. i don't remember the fsb, but it's stable... ;)

jmke 8th June 2006 16:56

CPU vcore in CPU-z is not reported correctly afaik, should not rely on that; see what your FSB:DRAM divisor is set to


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