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OCZ DDR2 ReaperX pc2-6400 2X2GB @ 450mhz need help get lowest timing posible!

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  1. sy5tem

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    Hello,

    i am using a c2q "q9400" oc'ed at 3600 using 450mhz X8 1.3v

    now i would like to get lowest posible memory timing at 450mhz (901ddr2) with my reaperX, i've read review site stating 4-4-4-12@450mhz but i cannot get my system to boot on this! , lowest i've got is 5-4-3-15 and trfc 60

    i tried googling, wow lots of hit to forums signature

    here is a screeny of cpuid and aida64 :(

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    using p5q-e board.


    help would be appreciated.

    thank you
     
  2. erocker

    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Most likely you'll need to supply the RAM with more voltage.
     
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    Set your Performance Level to 11 or 12 and work down once it boots
     
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  4. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    every kit of ram is different...however try putting the volts up a bit what are they are now? my crucial reds took 2.1v iirc to hit good speeds and timings.
     
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    ty all for your reply

    my voltage are at 2.1v

    i will try playing with the "performance level" see if it work , if not il try again at 2.2v

    il be back with result soon :)
     
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    2.2v would be the max i push honestly it wont make much of a difference if those have the chips on them i thinking. Asus i think has an issue with TRFC settings but try loosing those up
     
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    thats actually pretty decent. 5-4-3

    try to lower that tRfc and tRas
    try 5-4-3-12-18
    or if it doesnt like it 5-4-4-8-12
    see if it likes that more
     
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    i've got my settings to 5-4-3-12-60 and performance level 11 as per other post advice lowered latency a bit :) testing stability atm

    also my TRFC start like at 10 and go up by increment of 5 , so (10-15-20-25...50-55-60)
    i do not see how i can set it at 18 .. also some person advised me that p5q ad problem with TRFC as also stated in above post, and advised me not to go under 52,, .. so my lowest would be 55... il try this later today!


    now to some benchmark and gaming :)
     
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    oops trc not trfc
     
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    5-4-3-12-60 and performance level 11 seem's to be max, if i try to lower anything ffrom there i get "bios corruption" and i must reflash the old 601 version , (asus emergency thingy) then reflash my 2101 lol

    thank for all input :)
     

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