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996997 timings 1 year 2 months ago #1652

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To get to 2400MHz you should only need to loosen the primary timings, if your memory controller on the CPU is capable of running at 2400 it should work.
Try 11-13-12-31 2T, if that works try with the timings at 10-12-11-31 2T, try 1T later
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996997 timings 1 year 2 months ago #1663

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I tried the following but got errors all over the place in memtest86+:

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CAS# Latency = 11
RAS# to CAS# Delay = 13
RAS# PRE Time = 12
RAS# ACT Time = 31
READ to PRE Time = 8
RAS# to RAS# Delay = 7
WRITE to READ Delay = Auto
CAS# WRITE Latency = 10
WRITE Recovery Time = 16
REF Cycle Time = Auto (300ns)
ROW Cycle Time = 43
READ to WRITE Delay = Auto)
WRITE to READ Delay (DD) = Auto
WRITE to WRITE Timing = Auto
READ to READ Timing = Auto
Refresh Rate = Auto (7.8ms)
Command Rate = Auto (2T)

Also I raised the cpu/nb to 2400mhz & ht to 2400mhz.
Is there anything obviously out of sync here or will these chips simply not reach 2400 stable?

Thanks,
Chris
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996997 timings 1 year 2 months ago #1666

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How are you getting to DDR3-2400? Are you using a multiplier or are you increasing the HTT(FSB)?
If you are going by HTT what frequency are you setting?
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996997 timings 1 year 2 months ago #1667

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To get to DDR3-2400 I just bumped the memory frequency option up to that setting. I didn't increase the HTT at all it's still set at stock 200 and multi is raised to 23 as it's been for a while now.
CVF-Z (1503) | FX-8350 @ 4.6ghz @ 1.48125v | cpu/nb @ 2600 @ 1.35v | ht @ 2600 | 8gb (2x4) Redlines (996997) @ DDR3-2133 (9-11-10-28-1T ) | GTX 570 | 850Z PSU
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996997 timings 1 year 2 months ago #1668

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You may have better results if you push the HTT up instead of just using multipliers.
what I would do is set the memory to 2133, with the looser timings, then start increasing the HTT to see how high you can get the memory frequency. Of course you'll have to adjust your CPU, NB, HT multipliers so they don't get too high and cause instability.
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996997 timings 1 year 1 month ago #1675

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While testing with memtest86+ v5.1 and bios 1602 I managed to reach ddr3-2256 with ddr3-2133 timings until I ran out of time. I will test higher frequencies later this afternoon. I'm so close to ddr3-2300 that I'm beginning to wonder if ddr3-2400 will be worth loose timings.
CVF-Z (1503) | FX-8350 @ 4.6ghz @ 1.48125v | cpu/nb @ 2600 @ 1.35v | ht @ 2600 | 8gb (2x4) Redlines (996997) @ DDR3-2133 (9-11-10-28-1T ) | GTX 570 | 850Z PSU
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