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Thread: DFI RD600 overclocking tutorial and an demostration of DDRII 1200 achievement




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    Default DFI RD600 overclocking tutorial and an demostration of DDRII 1200 achievement

    Recently, there are two new chipset released in market.
    They are Nvidia’s 650/680i and ATI’s RD600.
    The performance of both the board is real good.
    DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G adopts ATI RD600 chipset



    Most of the enthusiasts realized that DFI LANParty series has a very good OC
    performance.
    Moreover, BIOS settings is also fabulous…
    Frankly, I’m personally not drive the board well from very beginning. But after
    I’ve found the knack to this board, I was getting better and better each
    time I OC.
    I’d like to share some tricks about BIOS of this board to you guys. We can
    start from FSB500 and DDRII 1200 as a basis. Coz, DRAM settings of this
    mobo is totally separate from CPU.
    So, if you got a very good memory, you might capable to create a new
    history record.
    Let’s get to the point here:
    About voltage setting, the most important thing that we have to do is to rise
    up FSB.
    Therefore, you have to take these voltage options: CPU VTT, NB CORE, NB
    PLL, and NB Core.


    CPU’s FSB 500/ DRAM frequency: 601/ PCIE 100.

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    Default Re: DFI RD600 overclocking tutorial and an demostration of DDRII 1200 achievement

    The DRAM adjusting options:
    DDRII 1200 CL4-4-4-9 2T, the others of below options are the “performance optimized” options.



    The detail of my test bed
    CPU:INTEL Core 2 Extreme X6800
    MB: Nvidia nForce 680i SLI
    DRAM:DFI LANParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G
    VGA:ELSA GLADIAC 790GS PH2 256DT
    HD:Seagate 7200.7 160GB
    POWER:Corsair HX620W Modular Power Supply
    Cooler:TT Big Typhoon VX
    FSB500/ DDRII1200 is the starting point.
    The first memory modual:
    Mushkin Tuner XP Redline
    The default setting: DDRII 1000 CL4 5-4-11


    DDRII 1200 CL4 4-4-9 2T 2.54V(BIOS:2.57V)
    Super PI 32M finished

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    Default Re: DFI RD600 overclocking tutorial and an demostration of DDRII 1200 achievement

    The second memory modual
    Corsair TWIN2X2048-6400C3
    Default: DDRII 800 CL3 4-3-9


    DDRII 1200 CL4 4-4-9 2T 2.49V(BIOS:2.52V)
    Super PI 32M finished


    The 3rd memory modual:
    Patriot PDC21GB8000+XBLK
    Default: DDRII 667 CL3 3-3/DDRII 1000 CL4 4-4


    DDRII 1200 CL4 4-4-9 2T 2.52V(BIOS:2.54V)
    Super PI 32M finished


    Actually, after I’ve set the 1st & 2nd memory to run in DDRII 1200(1GB x 2)
    Then, the 3rd one I tried whether the voltage can be a bit lower or not (by
    512MB x 2)
    Finally, it ends up with a “about the same” result. It seems this model is not
    better than the 1st and 2nd one.

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    Default Re: DFI RD600 overclocking tutorial and an demostration of DDRII 1200 achievement

    The 4th memory modual
    CORSAIR Dominator TWIN2X2048-8888C4DF
    Default: DDRII 1111 CL4 4-4-12


    CPU is in FSB 511status
    DDRII 1200 CL4 4-4-9 2T 2.35V(BIOS:2.37V)
    Ends up in Super PI 32M


    I tried to found out how much of voltage I should add to NB when I want the
    FSB is higher than 500.
    Status I, when NB only has a fan-less solution:


    Super PI 32M (the OS of this test is moved from 975/ 650i with reinstallation, so, the PI result will be slower than the normal one)

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    Default Re: DFI RD600 overclocking tutorial and an demostration of DDRII 1200 achievement

    Status II: If we put a air cooling to enhance heat reduction,


    Super PI 32M


    NB has a fan: CPU VTT 1.44V/NB CORE 1.82V/NB PLL 2.31V/NB Core 1.89V
    NB without a fan: CPU VTT 1.44V/NB CORE 1.76V/NB PLL 2.21V/NB Core 1.81V
    I found that the heat of NB seems high is caused by the “temperature
    monitoring” program.
    When I put my finger on the top of NB’s heat sink, actually, it’s only “warmly”
    not hot. I can say 975/965 is a bit hotter than RD600’s NB. So, the actual
    temperature of it is 10 to 15C lower than what system shows.
    BTW, the highest FSB under BIOS seems around 511Mhz,
    If you use a AMD tweaking software under OS, it can push a little to 520Mhz,
    furthermore, if you decrease the clockGen voltage inside the BIOS, then, you
    might push FSB higher than 520Mhz.
    The lines above is my personally experience of DFI RD600
    Hope all these can help other enthusiast who has the same board.
    Compare to other Intel base platform mobos, RD 600 is truly has many
    advantages.
    I hope the price of it can be a little bit lower, let us has lot more choices!!
    some war booty I grab from PC mall recently


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