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Old 3rd January, 2003, 02:59 PM
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My programs are acting really wierd. they keep crashing, a lot. I don't know what the memory timings should be I'm only using something my friend told me. Please let me know what are the correct timings for certain speeds. Right now i have 200mhz 4-2-2-2 IN that order from the 8rda+ bios. It's in sync with the cpu 200x 11 I think my cpu voltage is @ 1.75 or 1.7 I forgot and my temps are 42-48c
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There are as of yet no official timings for 200mhz, if its unstable, back em off a little.
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What is your mem voltage? At 200 fsb I have my mem voltage at
2.8 with 4-2-2-2.0 mem timings with my Corsair XMS My vcore is at 1.9 but I'm water cooled. What cpu do you have? Might try lowering your multiplier to 10 and see if it's stable there.
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What is your mem voltage? At 200 fsb I have my mem voltage at
2.8 with 4-2-2-2.0 mem timings with my Corsair XMS My vcore is at 1.9 but I'm water cooled. What cpu do you have? Might try lowering your multiplier to 10 and see if it's stable there.
I think im going to go 2.8 too. I'm at default right now
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try 6,2,2,2.0 and if stable for a while then try 5,2,2,2.0, you're being very aggressive with your timings. I'm surprised that you haven't corrupted any data yet.
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