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Thread: Wierd Freezing issue after OC




  1. #11

    Default Re: Wierd Freezing issue after OC

    Well, if you don't want to take the time to show what timings the board is setting, and what voltages you are using for the memory, chipset etc, then I am not able to help, nor do I wish to. Good luck.
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  2. #12

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    Okay so I checked with CPU-Z my timings are posted below in jpg format if you need anything else let me know. As for the voltage, DDR3 runs at 1.5 stock and with my +0.25 i posted from my MBIT that would equal 1.75 volts

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    Here is another pic from CPU-Z

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    Default Re: Wierd Freezing issue after OC

    You haven't really provided enough information here, however, given the two images you posted, are you sure you are running your RAM with in spec? It appears that you are trying to run 1066 or 1333 RAM at 1600.

    As Capt Proton said, you need to actually post what settings are being used in the bios if you want help. My guess is your RAM isn't stable at that speed.

  7. #17

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    The ram timings are set automatically. Because I have an option checked the board auto sets it for me, so all the boxes to change them are grey.

    Yes it is 1333mhz ram but I thought this was the point of overclocking? Since my initial post I have upped my CPU voltage a bit to 1.33 and changed the ram timing setting to manual I am attempting to run at 9-9-9-24, which is what the ram normally runs at 1333mhz. Should I post all my settings for the ram timings?

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    Default Re: Wierd Freezing issue after OC

    RAM timings, and the speed which you run it are two separate things. You should not be overclocking your RAM and your CPU at the same time, you need them separately so you know what is causing any issues that occur.

    Have a read of this thread:
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/giga...g-guide-26112/

    It explains how to overclock your ram, and how to over clock your CPU, and how it should be done separately.

    I think you should set your RAM back to stock settings. You get the most bang for your buck by over clocking your CPU.

  9. #19

    Default Re: Wierd Freezing issue after OC

    Standard Timing:
    CAS latency:9 default 7
    DRAM RAS# to CAS#: 9 default 7
    DRAM RAS# precharge:9 default 7
    Precharge delay (tras):24 default 7

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    Advanced Timing:
    ACT toACT Delay(tRRD): Auto default 4
    Rank write to read delay: Auto default 4
    Write to precharge delay: Auto default 8
    Refresh to ACT delay: Auto default 60
    Read to precharge: Auto default 4
    Static tRead value: Auto default 8
    Static tRead phase: Auto default 10
    Command rate: Auto default 1

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