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    Default Re: Foxconn Black Ops Question

    I haven't tried it but I may just try it.

    I tried relaxing the memory settings (9-9-9-24, PL10) with everything else on auto and I've also tried with everything on SPD but alas it would not boot.

    New memory sounds nice though ;)
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    Well my P5E finally lost it, changed my dualie out with my Q6700 for some WPrime runs but it wouldn't post, put the quad in an old 965 MB, no problem, had some bent pins in the socket of the P5E? Decided it was time for a new board. Placed a Black Opps and two 2x1 kits of Crucial PC3 16000 in the cart and did a little looking around, Asus is giving 50 US back on the Rampage Extreme plus the price has droped a bit, flipped a coin and ended up with the RE. Still wondering if I made the right choice. The only thing for sure is the BIOS won't be alien.

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    Default Re: Foxconn Black Ops Question

    Just an update. Using the default P05 bios.

    I got the Kingston DDR3 PC-2000 triple channel (elpidia) in and used 2 of the 2GB sticks in the black ops at 1.648v. Had it up and runnning at 1960mhz PL6 at that voltage (e8400 @ 490x9) with 1:4(333). The best I could get it to with 1:3.2 was around 480fsb. There was a hole any higher and definitely @ 500fsb (1600). The 1:4 hole started at 491 and went up past 500fsb. Currently I am running at 4.503mhz (500x9) with the mem using 1:2666 (1333). The timings are all auto so I need to go in and tighten them up.

    Does anyone know if the holes are different with the P06 bios?

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    That's annoying for sure, the bios seems to have a lot of divider holes unfortunately :(

    With the P06 the 1:3.2 and 1:3 dividers still have a 500MHz FSB hole for me, I haven't played around as much as you to isolate the starting point, I went straight to 500*8 with 1:3.2 for 1600MHz which was a fail so I am currently working on stabilizing 425*10 with 1:4 CPU333/400 for 1700MHz on the memory at 8-8-8-22-2N, 1.916V.

    The only thing I'm having trouble with is Company of Heroes - Tales of Valor, but I think that may be a corrupt saved game I was using for testing as I was getting the nvidia "nvlddmkm Driver stopped responding" error. Prime95 is stable, more testing (Prime95, LinX, CoH-ToV etc) this weekend.
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    Default Re: Foxconn Black Ops Question

    What are your VTT, NB, and SB voltages? Mine are 1.2, 1.35, and 1.5 respectively. I was really wanting to run at 1:4 (333) to make use of the high end RAM (DDR3 2000) but I just couldn't get it stable enough for my taste. I tried rainsing VTT and NB but it didn't seem to make any difference. It may have been the mem. I kept it @ 1.648 because i didn't want to risk messing up the elpidia chips. Do you know if they can handle higher voltage safely? I was using 8-8-8-20-1T L6 @ 1960 which is pretty tight, all things considered. Currently it is running very stable at 450*9 using 1:4(333) with decent, but untweaked, mem settings.

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    Default Re: Foxconn Black Ops Question

    VTT: 1.275
    NB: 1.25 (air cooled with the supplied fan)
    SB: Whatever default is (I don't worry about SB)

    Elpidia apparently (annecdotal reference) prefer a relaxed tRCD so try 8-9-8-8 maybe? 7-8-7-7 ?
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    Default Re: Foxconn Black Ops Question

    Hi Guys
    Ok thought you may be able to help ive had the blackops since may 1st and i still cant get the 8gig running at the right speed,to cut a long story short im running at the moment 8gig kingston hyperx pc1440 1860 HOWEVER i have only got it to run without problems with the ram at 1066 that it seams to fall back on that speed after i try changing settings,i find it a dificult bios and im using G33 foxconn are no help its taking 2 weeks for them to reply with useless advice NB is just under red on voltage and ram is at 1.8 i really dont know what to try next any help or settings advice would help

    Martin

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    Default Re: Foxconn Black Ops Question

    I must check the Foxconn site, I'm currently running G32 with my E8600 (VID 1.225) at 4.0GHz 1.25V vcore, it will do 4.25GHz at 1.325V vcore as well.
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    Default Re: Foxconn Black Ops Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Mart24 View Post
    Hi Guys
    Ok thought you may be able to help ive had the blackops since may 1st and i still cant get the 8gig running at the right speed,to cut a long story short im running at the moment 8gig kingston hyperx pc1440 1860 HOWEVER i have only got it to run without problems with the ram at 1066 that it seams to fall back on that speed after i try changing settings,i find it a dificult bios and im using G33 foxconn are no help its taking 2 weeks for them to reply with useless advice NB is just under red on voltage and ram is at 1.8 i really dont know what to try next any help or settings advice would help

    Martin
    Hi Martin,

    P07 bios is out, it still has the 500MHz FSB /1:3 and 1:3.2 memory divider bug though.

    There is a person on XS Forums (Lord Trident) who works for Foxconn and is creating a list of bugs to pass to the bios engineers so hopefully we may see a result, now that saaya has left this is as close to Tech Support as we have these days.

    I assume you're running 4*2GB modules?

    Which cpu do you have and what is your FSB/memory divider, 450MHz? / 1:4?

    I would be trying 450MHz FSB (depending on the cpu of course) with 1:4 CPU 400 though 1:4 CPU 333 also appears quite robust.

    Kingston states all of their 14400 modules (G-standard, GN-nvidia SLi certified and GX-Intel XMP certified) are 1800MHz and require 1.9v to run 1800MHz so a lack of VDIMM could be part of your problem if you're running at 1.8V.

    Give the 1.916V setting a try, if it is stable try dropping to the 1.878V setting and test again. You'll probably find it will be fine at 1.878V, well mine is anyway and it is rated 1.9V too.

    Also what timings are you running? 8-8-8-24? (maybe 22)

    Kingston HyperX 14400 1800MHz Data sheet

    Kingston site DDR3

    Which of the Northbridge cooling options are you using?

    Cheers



    EDIT:

    Quote Originally Posted by webkid90 View Post
    I must check the Foxconn site, I'm currently running G32 with my E8600 (VID 1.225) at 4.0GHz 1.25V vcore, it will do 4.25GHz at 1.325V vcore as well.
    Pretty much the exact same as me with regard to VID, clocks and voltages
    Last edited by ANZAC_ELITE; 06-08-2009 at 03:59 PM. Reason: added clarification for fsb/memory divider bug
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    Default Re: Foxconn Black Ops Question

    Anzac:

    Thanks for the heads up on P07; sorry to hear that it didn't fix the 500/1.32 & 1.3 memory divider bug. Maybe Lord trident can get some results out of Foxconn. Just an observation - the mem voltage in bios seems a little low to actual according to Everest - I don't know if you are seeing the same.

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