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bank cycle time (trc) tweak

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by qwo, Nov 23, 2006.

  1. qwo New Member

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    I found bank cycle time (trc) in cpu-z so i did a test on it

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    trc 23 default▲
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    trc 14 highest▲

    seems it improve speed a little, it is very easy to test, once you are able to boot, it is stayble, otherwise it wont boot
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    Incorrect. You can sometimes boot, and get into windows successfully, but you can suffer from data corruption and strange behaviour and random crashes if you havn't done a full stresstest to check for errors.

    Use something like Stressprime 2004 - orthos edition, or prime95 while in windows, or even better, put memtest 86 on a floppy disk and check it with that.

    Nice work though :)
     
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    i mean on my computer if it can boot, it can also pass prime95, i tested for one hour(blend)
    i found this myself, not sure if its correct
    13 wont boot for me

    PS:
    why does it say tRC is Row Cycle Time?
    on cpu-z its bank cycle time, are they the same?

    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=28
     
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