Originally Posted by giorgos th.
i dont know anything about your ram but give a shot at this.
in the mem clock frequency dont put it in 166 mhz but use yours.
Understood, & will do, replacing (reposting again for YOUR & 33's reference) what I have in my BIOS currently in these settings:
DDR-400 RAM user here & using dividers (DDR333):
CPU HTT Frequency = 4x
CAS# Latency Tcl = 2
Min RAS# Active Time Tras = 6T (down from 8T, currently for this Super-PI 1.5 mod test)
RAS# to CAS# Delay Trcl = 3T
Row Precharge Time Trp = 3T
Row Cycle Time Trc = 9T (down from 16t (down from 12T (down from 10T))
Row Refresh Cycle Time Trk = 14T
Read to Write Trwt = 2T
Write Recovery Time = 2T
1t/2t = 1t
JUMPER FREE CONFIGURATION DATA:
O/C Profile = Manual
CPU Frequency = 257mhz
PCI Clock = 101mhz (upped from 100mhz default)
DDR Voltage = AUTO (cannot do over 2.6v on my RAM, tried it already 2x)
Chipset Voltage = 1.6V (max)
HT Voltage = 1.25V (max)
CPU Mult = 11x
CPU Volt = 1.5V (max)
The GOOD part of all of this imo @ least? Is 2 things:
1.)That IF we find a better/faster rate here?? I can apply it potentially @ least to ScienceMark 2.0 as well (and my daily use of my system here as well, albeit that is usually below a 258FSB, lol, for stability in ALL tests & activities))
2.) Others w/ AMD Athlon64 x2 DualCore rigs will be able to hopefully/potentially as well... especially if they are 'victims' (lol, as I am, but thru my own purchases & volition) of DDR-400 memory that's NOT "overclocking ready"...
* BRB, going to test!