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    Default Re: E8400 Safe Voltage Help

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Tweaking advanced memory timings results in small performance gains where you're trying to get the last few % gains.
    On my system, these optimized settings are similar to running my cpu at 3 - 5 MHz faster speeds.

    It's a lot of work for a small gain.
    My current stable settings are:

    tRRD = 3
    tRPT = 3
    tRFC = 50
    tWTR = 3
    tWR = 6
    Driving Strength = 1066

    YMMV!

    I have tested with some of these timings set tighter (lower), but benchmark results were mixed, even though the settings were stable.

    oops.....my 15 hour OCCT test using these settings just "crashed" after running for 11 hours, 44 minutes.
    I don't require my system to be more stable than I am, so I'm willing to keep these settings.


    This info is from Lsdme's Memory Timings sticky, just below the image you plagiarized from his excellent guide:

    ACT to ACT Delay (tRRD)
    ________ 3-4
    Rank Write to READ Delay (tWTR)_______ (4-6) 9-11 (Note Actual Value set in BIOS Vs. What system Uses will be 7+)
    Write to Precharge Delay (tWR)________ 3-5 (Note Actual Value set in BIOS Vs. What system Uses will be 5+)
    Refresh to ACT Delay (tRFC)___________ 38-42 (2X1GB) 52-62+ (2x2GB)
    Read to Precharge Delay (tRTP)_________ 3-6 (Note Actual Value set in BIOS Vs. What system Uses will be2+)
    Static tRead Value (tRD)______________ (5/6) 7-10 (800Mhz) 7-12 (1066Mhz)

    To further confuse things, the bios setting names vary with mobo models, manuafacturers, software programs, and documentation.
    In this image:
    Bios----------------------------------Memset

    Rank Write to Read Delay------------> Write to Read Delayed (tWTR)
    Refresh to Act Delay----------------> Refresh Cycle Time (tRFC)
    Static tRead Value (aka tRD)--------> Performance Level

    As near as I can tell:
    tWR--------------------------------> Read to Write Delay (tRD_WR)

    I've run across several well written guides where they specify some general rules or guidelines tying two or more memory timing settings to each other, such as:
    timingA
    should be greater than or equal to timingX + timingY
    timingQ = timingR + 2

    The next step:

    Try increasing cpu host frequency in 5 or 10 MHz steps, test for stability and benchmark each increase.
    It will be easier if you initially leave the memory sub-timings on AUTO while testing.
    tRFC can be left at 52.

    You're currently at 3.950 GHz, using 9 x 439, with your memory running at DDR2-1054. With luck, your memory might be able to run at 1080 - 1100 MHz or a bit higher.
    Go on, go for another world's record (for you anyway).
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    Thanks uuuuu!

    I fixed the picture even though it was no way near plagiarized ... it already had LSD's watermark. :D

    I'd barely started piecing together things together everything you answered ProJim. So THANK YOU!!! For adding everything I needed so much. It was spinning in my mind and I had a strategy the get it figured out but you know.

    This stuff is as bad as dissecting a symphony! lol Is a good way to put it.

    For example:

    Code:
    01. MemSet's  1st Timing =  1st Control in BIOS.
    02. MemSet's  2nd Timing =  2nd Control in BIOS.
    03. MemSet's  3rd Timing =  2nd Control in BIOS.
    04. MemSet's  4th Timing =  3rd Control in BIOS.
    05. MemSet's  5th Timing =  4th Control in BIOS.
    06. MemSet's  6th Timing =  __________________ .
    07. MemSet's  7th Timing =  8th Control in BIOS.
    08. MemSet's  8th Timing = 10th Control in BIOS.
    09. MemSet's  9th Timing =  7th Control in BIOS.
    10. MemSet's 10th Timing =  6th Control in BIOS.
    11. MemSet's 11th Timing =  5th Control in BIOS.
    12. MemSet's 12th Timing =  __________________ .
    13. MemSet's 13th Timing =  9th Control in BIOS.
    14. MemSet's 14th Timing =  __________________ .
    15. MemSet's 15th Timing =  __________________ .
    
    
    
    01. The  1st Control in BIOS = MemSet's  1st Timing.
    02. The  2nd Control in BIOS = MemSet's  2nd Timing.
                               and MemSet's  3rd Timing.
    03. The  3rd Control in BIOS = MemSet's  4th Timing.
    04. The  4th Control in BIOS = MemSet's  5th Timing.
    05. The  5th Control in BIOS = MemSet's 11th Timing.
    06. The  6th Control in BIOS = MemSet's 10th Timing.
    07. The  7th Control in BIOS = MemSet's  9th Timing.
    08. The  8th Control in BIOS = MemSet's  7th Timing.
    09. The  9th Control in BIOS = MemSet's 13th Timing.
    10. The 10th Control in BIOS = MemSet's  8th Timing.
    11. The 11th Control in BIOS = ____________________.
    
    
    
    01. MemSet: CAS# Latency (tCL) _________ = BIOS:  1. CAS Latency Time
    02. MemSet: RAS# to CAS# Read Delay ____ = BIOS:  2. DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay
    03. MemSet: RAS# to CAS# Write Delay ___ = BIOS:  2. DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay
    04. MemSet: RAS# Precharge (tRP) _______ = BIOS:  3. DRAM RAS# Precharge
    05. MemSet: Precharge Delay (tRAS) _____ = BIOS:  4. Precharge delay (tRAS)
    06. MemSet: All Precharge to Activate __ = BIOS:                            
    07. MemSet: Refresh Cycle Time (tRFC) __ = BIOS:  8. Refresh to ACT Delay
    08. MemSet: Performance Level __________ = BIOS: 10. Static tRead Value
    09. MemSet: Write to Precharge Delayed _ = BIOS:  7. Write to Precharge Delay
    10. MemSet: Write to Read Delayed (tWTR) = BIOS:  6. Rank Write to READ Delay
    11. MemSet: Act. To Act. Delayed (tRRD)  = BIOS:  5. ACT to ACT Delay (tRRD)
    12. MemSet: Read to Write Delay (tRD_WR) = BIOS:                              
    13. MemSet: Read to Precharge (tRTP) ___ = BIOS:  9. Read to Precharge Delay
    
    
    
     1. BIOS: CAS Latency Time___________ = MemSet:  1. CAS# Latency (tCL)
     2. BIOS: DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay____ = MemSet:  2. RAS# to CAS# Read Delay 
                                        and MemSet:  2. RAS# to CAS# Write Delay
     3. BIOS: DRAM RAS# Precharge________ = MemSet:  4. RAS# Precharge (tRP)
     4. BIOS: Precharge delay (tRAS)_____ = MemSet:  5. Precharge Delay (tRAS)
     5. BIOS: ACT to ACT Delay (tRRD)____ = MemSet: 11. Act. To Act. Delayed (tRRD)
     6. BIOS: Rank Write to READ Delay___ = MemSet: 10. Write to Read Delayed (tWTR)
     7. BIOS: Write to Precharge Delay___ = MemSet:  9. Write to Precharge Delayed
     8. BIOS: Refresh to ACT Delay_______ = MemSet:  7. Refresh Cycle Time (tRFC)
     9. BIOS: Read to Precharge Delay____ = MemSet: 13. Read to Precharge (tRTP)
    10. BIOS: Static tRead Value_________ = MemSet:  8. Performance Level
    11. BIOS: Static tRead Phase Adjust__ = MemSet:  x. __________________________
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    But I still needed the info you provided. BIG BIG TIME!!!

    One mmmooorreee THANKS!

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    PS
    That last record 3DMark was done with tRRD = 3. That's how it was possible. If fixed the Template to show tRRD = 3 instead of Auto like I had it.


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    Default Re: E8400 Safe Voltage Help

    YW, YW, YW.....

    but you need to look at my **edit** at the bottom of my previous post
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    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    YW, YW, YW.....

    but you need to look at my **edit** at the bottom of my previous post
    k np

    hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    Here go

    and TOO SWEET!
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    You asked about tWR, right after I replied the whole list of what is what to you??

    3) Write to Precharge Delay (tWR)

    You missed it? It is the one above tWTR in Memset

    Ohh, ya I guess I should remake that image with tWR in it, I just put >>
    Write to Precharge Delay = 9 Write to Precharge Delayed

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    Lsdme, Thanks for clearing up the tWR question.

    In post #30, I said:
    As near as I can tell:
    tWR--------------------------------> Read to Write Delay (tRD_WR)
    Is tRD_WR a hidden memory setting? Am I missing something?
    Inquiring minds want to know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Lsdme, Thanks for clearing up the tWR question.

    In post #30, I said:
    Is tRD_WR a hidden memory setting? Am I missing something?
    Inquiring minds want to know.

    Yes, that is not available in the P35 BIOS..... But it is in your BIOS

    tRD_WR is >>> Read to Write Delay (tRD_WR) Different Rank

    tWR is Write to Pre/Precharge Delayed

    Start at page 135 and read on for more info
    http://download.intel.com/design/chi...s/31696602.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You asked about tWR, right after I replied the whole list of what is what to you??

    3) Write to Precharge Delay (tWR)

    You missed it? It is the one above tWTR in Memset

    Ohh, ya I guess I should remake that image with tWR in it, I just put >>
    Write to Precharge Delay = 9 Write to Precharge Delayed

    Yep I totally missed the list with all seven Advanced Control names and MemSet Timings!

    Your Memory Timings Explained W/ Suggested Timings & Memset VS. BIOS link, and the location of it, in that post of yours, was committed to memory instantaneously. And I've clicked on it time and time again to get to the picture! But the seven things below the link, "got thrown out with the sink water". (*I have no idea what that means.*LOL)

    But as a result, it will not be anywhere near as much a crutch like I first intended!

    And all these crazy Controls and Timings; Timings and Controls; Standard Controls and Advanced Controls; Advanced Timings and Standard Timings... are finally SINKING IN! hahahahahahah *Get it? Sink! hehehehe*

    o nevermind.LOL *Breathless. Just breath in- breath out*

    (And I'd printed it out your first post, that was telling me what additional things to do. More than once I printed it out.. And it was starring me right in the face repeatedly!)

    But seriously, its worse than dissecting a symphony. (To thoroughly understand or know of every last little detail is crazy. I have no hair left!jk)

    But.. I'm... ever so slowly... getting it! w00T!(Boy am I getting it. That's- technically speaking- is a straight line. But don't go there. I was referring to the smiley face and how he was getting it.)

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    Its been one, big- easy at first- uphill climb.
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    Its been one, big- easy at first- uphill climb.
    And I'm reaching for the top now!
    Remember, it's not the fall that kills you,
    it's the landing!!

    Not to rain on your parade, but the more I learn, the more I realize how much I still don't know.

    Every question of mine that's answered leads to many more questions.

    Murphy's 7th corollary: YOU CAN'T WIN!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Lsdme, Thanks for clearing up the tWR question.

    In post #30, I said:
    Is tRD_WR a hidden memory setting? Am I missing something?
    Inquiring minds want to know.

    tWTR and tWR once and for all

    Sry, I answered out of order. But thank you for the answer because I knew before I crashed last night I had the answer! SWEET!!!

    You saw what I just cleared up already and answered out of order. Here1. I should have answered the above post first.(But I'd just woken up... is my explanation.)

    So thanks for coming threw and the answer above. I'd missed it Here2 from long ago, but you gave the answer too and made up for my incompetency. Big Time!

    I'm going to take care of tWTR and tWR once and for all today. *Back up. This aint going to be pretty folks*


    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Remember, it's not the fall that kills you,
    it's the landing!!

    Not to rain on your parade, but the more I learn, the more I realize how much I still don't know.

    Every question of mine that's answered leads to many more questions.

    Murphy's 7th corollary: YOU CAN'T WIN!!!
    Fall, Rain, More, Can't

    Now, I'm finally back in line. (Or should I say on the ground. hahahaha)

    What I know, is that I've always forgotten something. Therefore, the more I learn to remember, the more I know. (Take that! )

    And too many questions always arising in my head? It used to stop me from wanting to learn it was so bad. But then I studied statistics in a math class and understood how to overcome the endless accumulating questions I have. They were like rabbits breading in my mind. How do they? Why do they? Can they this or that? (See? -It never fails.)


    You may be right about not being able to win. But I always refer to William Shatner in Star Trek (Captain James T. Kirk) when the topic of winning comes up.

    Remember his approach and style in countless situations where it seemed impossible to win?

    My favorite was when he reprogrammed the computer that was used for War Game simulations and testing; and thus allowing himself to pass a test- and obtain a victory- that was suppose to be impossible and unobtainable. His criteria was, "To win at all costs, and by any means! So he did!!!

    They just didn't intend for anyone to HACK, and they forgot to include in the rules, "NO HACKING" . But countless students for years had overlooked the possibility, so nobody ever thought of any need to add it to the rules... ...UNTIL WILLIAM came along!!!

    The school emphasized using more than the mere knowledge an individual had before entering school. And changing the way one thinks. Because in outer space you won't be able to think like an average Earthling and still be able to survive!

    But oh well, he followed the rules and won! And the test givers instantly added to the test rules, "no reprogramming of the computers allowed". But that just meant he was able to keep on his resume, "The only person to ever legitimately pass the final War Games Test. James T. Kirk"! (Too Funny!)
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    Just in case you need some inspiration.....
    If you feel that you're dreaming the impossible dream.....
    When the odds are against you.....

    .....check this out.....and watch/listen to all 7 minutes.
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