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    Default Re: X48 DQ6 E0 E8500 at 4085Mhz

    9 is the lowest tRD that will boot.
    1090 is the fastest speed my 8500C5DF-G will do at stock 2.1 volts (for me so far). Perhaps loosening timings, but at reasonably tight timings, no.






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    Default Re: X48 DQ6 E0 E8500 at 4085Mhz

    Could just be the memory then, you should be able to use 7-8 at that FSB on this board.

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    With active cooling, all being average, your RAM should last much longer than you'll actually want to use it for. This does vary OFC, as there are some ICs which truely hate higher than spec Volts. I'd say you'd be fine at that VDIMM. If you're cionsidering replacing them, you may as well just over volt what you have and like you say, replace them if they fail. It's statistically unlikely they'll damage the board if they do fail, so I'd go for it.

    Also I'd try loosening advanced timings such as tRFC etc a bit. It's surprising how much difference to stability it makes for a real tiny performance drop.
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    Microsoft (R) Windows Debugger Version 6.9.0003.113 AMD64
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    BugCheck A, {4d, 2, 0, fffff80001d476f2}

    Probably caused by : memory_corruption ( nt!MiIdentifyPfn+6f2 )

    Followup: MachineOwner
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    This bluescreen occurred at 4.3GHz/1090MHz after days of uptime. Happened again. It's a 30c day. May not have read the number but looked at latest minidump with debugger. I previously had this rig at 4.4GHz/928MHz for days, got this same error on another recent 30c ambient day. OC profiles promptly failed back to 4.1GHz. Rebuilt profiles from there. Had the same thing a week before that at 4.37GHz on yet another hot 30c day. (Only going to get even hotter ambients from now.)

    1068ram and 906ram both pass memtest tonight in pairs.

    Have put ram volts back to 2.1, and dropped to 4.31GHz/906MHz combo for the moment.
    Wondering is it caused by settings, temps or hardware?

    Last two dumps are memory corruption, nearly all else ntoskrnl.exe, one wininit.exe, and one hardware.
    Last edited by Salty; 10-16-2009 at 06:26 AM.





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    Default Re: X48 DQ6 E0 E8500 at 4085Mhz

    Finally got the time and OCed to 3.8GHz, and to tell the truth I can't tell the difference, hardly any from 3.16GHz too.
    Would it make ay difference if you used 4.1, with safer memory settings? I mran, without memory benchmark would you be able to tell the difference?

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    Default Re: X48 DQ6 E0 E8500 at 4085Mhz

    You are dead right of course Chike. The ram i have doesn't work as well over 1080. Without benchmarks I probably would not know the difference. That would be sensible.

    But if we were "sensible", we probably wouldn't be exploring overclocking.

    Congratulations on getting yr e7200 up to 3.8 though!

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    Default Re: X48 DQ6 E0 E8500 at 4085Mhz

    Hassles with my Corsair got the better of me. I thought ram either worked or went phut (dead) but my Corsair just seemed to have become a bit erratic.

    Bought 2x2gig G.Skill F2-8800CL5D-4GPI this morning. $160AU.

    Only change made at first was 1.9v for the ram, and then went back to 2.4B strap. Booted fine both times. (Corsair had started bluescreening on 2.4B)

    Then tried tRD of 8, as LSD said it should work. It did. Haven't tried 7 yet.

    After the 4.313GHz (454fsb) profile was sorted, tried the failing 4.33GHz (456fsb) profile. Booted, but LinX said Out of Memory, and Prime95 simply stopped working. Tried MCH, vtt, and then core volts.
    Turned out the only change needed to get LinX and Prime to run was 1.36875v cpu volts.

    After that, benchmarks so far gave same results as Corsair did with it's higher tRD of 9. Only Everest showed an improvement, with Read and Write both over 9000. With Corsair only Write was > 9000.

    tRFC had less influence on it than Corsair. Everest didn't change in memory bench results much from 56 to 48, no benefit to lower setting, so just set it at 52.

    Not unhappy with any of that. Good to be clocking up again, instead of going backwards.
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    Default Re: X48 DQ6 E0 E8500 at 4085Mhz

    You guys being ripped off worse than us here in Israel.
    Maybe those will have longer life with the lower voltage, It seems to me that some of the kys die after being used for a while.

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    Default Re: X48 DQ6 E0 E8500 at 4085Mhz

    This used to boot at 1.3625 core. So did 4408MHz. They were not stable, bluescreened a few days later while in 4.4, and 4.33 fell over too.

    SuperPi still has the 10.7 from that.

    Now, trying again, in the small move from 454fsb to 456fsb, core voltage had to be raised to 3.6875v.

    No other changes were necessary. Temps do not appear to have risen.

    Vid at this clock switches back and forth from 1.328 to 1.344 DURING Prime95, where before it would just drop at the start and stay there till Prime finished.

    EDIT: That's 24 hrs now. May as well leave it on till morning.

    EDIT: 31 hours complete.



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    Last edited by Salty; 10-19-2009 at 07:28 PM.





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    Default Re: X48 DQ6 E0 E8500 at 4427Mhz

    4427GHz @ 466, 1118MHz ram



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    Global Game Quality: High
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    TimeDemo Play Started , (Total Frames: 2000, Recorded Time: 111.86s)
    !TimeDemo Run 0 Finished.
    Play Time: 29.97s, Average FPS: 66.73
    Min FPS: 40.31 at frame 1983, Max FPS: 99.75 at frame 1627
    Average Tri/Sec: 65969156, Tri/Frame: 988665
    Recorded/Played Tris ratio: 0.93
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    Play Time: 24.77s, Average FPS: 80.75
    Min FPS: 40.31 at frame 1983, Max FPS: 101.52 at frame 1613
    Average Tri/Sec: 80778912, Tri/Frame: 1000399
    Recorded/Played Tris ratio: 0.92
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    Play Time: 25.39s, Average FPS: 78.77
    Min FPS: 40.31 at frame 1983, Max FPS: 112.60 at frame 115
    Average Tri/Sec: 78840184, Tri/Frame: 1000850
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    19/10/2009 7:33:13 PM - Vista 64

    Run #1- DX10 800x600 AA=No AA, 32 bit test, Quality: High ~~ Overall Average FPS: 79.76



    3DMark06 - 18940

    FarCry2
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    * Average Framerate: 70.92
    * Max. Framerate: 107.58
    * Min. Framerate: 49.13

    A lousy 15 minutes of large Prime, and 16 minutes of small.

    Prime blend was started Oct 19 20:58, still going at Oct 20 00:47 without errors yet. Failed at 6 hrs - Windows debug/read minidump = hardware failure

    That was what I thought when I got into bed and heard the comp reboot into Windows 7. Came home this arvo and rebooted into Vista. "Configuring update one of three" says the screen. Checked the dumps again. No dump for 20-10-2009 there.(Confused?!) (I'm pleading sleep fogged.)

    Bluescreened anyway. Up and working again at 1.39375v for cpu. Feel like I'm on the edge of water cool. While i couldn't pick a temp rise for the 1.36875 or even 1.3875 over 1.3625 temps, I certainly can for 1.39375v.

    22nd October: 32 degrees c and they all fall like dominos again. To reboot in the heat required a step higher core voltage. Surely getting closer to truly stable > 4.22GHz.
    Bluescreened again after 30mins. Kept overclocking testing in >27c. What did it need more or less of to boot? More mch. At 4.3GB on a hot day it seems to need +.25 (Ambient heat as stress testing?)

    Strange reading (?) Should've known it was unstable.

    Last edited by Salty; 10-22-2009 at 03:58 PM.





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