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    Default Re: Ud3p & e8400

    "tRD 5? That's about 2-3 less than I have ever saw for this FSB/DDR, is that stable? "

    Here are my settings:

    FSB 450

    Memory: 5-5-5-15 (2.4B strap : 1080Mhz) DRAM: 2.09v

    Adv. Timings

    tRRD : 5
    WRD : 4
    Write Precharge : 8
    tRFC : 52
    Read Precharge: 4

    Read: 8900 MB/s
    Write: 9600 MB/s
    Copy: 9500 MB/s
    Latency: 59ns


    Blends for over 5 hours
    IBT for over an hour

    ..and since configuring my rig. Ive logged at-least 20 hours+ playing BC2 without any freezes or BSOD. So Id say its stable :)
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    Default Re: Ud3p & e8400

    With your P45 chipset, tRD = 8 is as good as it gets when using the B-strap in the 450MHz range.

    tRD = "Static tRead Value" in your bios and "Performance Level" in Memset.
    tRRD = "Act to Act Delayed" in Memset.

    Some of the values displayed in Memset show values that are approximately 7 - 8 higher than the bios values.
    Check out Memory Timings Explained W/ Suggested Timings & Memset VS. BIOS for more information.
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    I settled on the previous template of 440x9 3960mhz.
    I have prime blend it for over 35 hours
    To go to 4.00ghz(445x9) need a couple more notches of v core BUT it isn't any quicker in real life other than a number designation of 4005 (i did prime blend it over 10 hours)
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    Default Re: Ud3p & e8400

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    With your P45 chipset, tRD = 8 is as good as it gets when using the B-strap in the 450MHz range.

    tRD = "Static tRead Value" in your bios and "Performance Level" in Memset.
    tRRD = "Act to Act Delayed" in Memset.

    Some of the values displayed in Memset show values that are approximately 7 - 8 higher than the bios values.
    Check out Memory Timings Explained W/ Suggested Timings & Memset VS. BIOS for more information.
    So are my settings in the bios real? Or are they being changed by the os? In the bios my tRd is currently set to 5. Are you saying its really 8? Just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton05 View Post
    So are my settings in the bios real? Or are they being changed by the os? In the bios my tRd is currently set to 5. Are you saying its really 8? Just curious.
    It is probably higher than 8 if it is left on auto. What he was saying is that tRD is not tRRD, in BIOS it is Static tRead Value.
    Check with MemSet and see.

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    Thats my adv timings. The ones above are 5-5-5-15


    So is there not a spot in the bios to see the static tRead value? Now Im all confused LMAO!
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    Default Re: Ud3p & e8400

    It is under Channel A/B Timings Settings

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    Default Re: Ud3p & e8400

    I see, thank you for explaining that to me. I was confusing tRRD and tRD. Ill have to DL memset when I get home.

    Also, if I do modify it. What would you recommend for a value in bios? Considering my FSB speed?

    Thanks. ( Id just like to keep things stable, I might not adjust anything at all.. so well see )
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    Default Re: Ud3p & e8400

    tRD depends on both FSB and memory frequency. at your FSB/DDR 8 may be possible 9 should be stable.

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