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Old 4th February, 2004, 06:58 AM
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Aggressive Memory Mode Settings

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What are the best setting for Aggressive Memory Mode. Max, Standard, Turbo, Manual?

If Manual, what should I be using for CPU Bus Park, Intel Fast CS, Intel CPC Function?

What do each of these settings do?
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I'm presuming that you have a board that supports an Intel processor? It might help if you mention which motherboard, as different boards do have differences in the way they handle memory.
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It does depend on what your memory can actually handle since these PAT like operand are meant for Intel approved ECC memories which (and I assume you are using i865) the Springdale does not support.
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Man am I sorry. I must have been falling asleep when I wrote that.

It's a 4PCA3+ V2 with Geil PC4000 and a 2.4C.
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The Geil memory isn't a good place to start looking since its not Intel Approved...........
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The Geil memory isn't a good place to start looking since its not Intel Approved...........
Back to one of his original questions:


What do each of these settings do?
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Old 5th February, 2004, 12:30 PM
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I unfortunatley cannt state due to the way in which we implement these routines - it is for NDA.
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Alright then, can you tell us what one of the 3 will give you the biggest performance increase?
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I unfortunatley cannt state due to the way in which we implement these routines - it is for NDA.
Evidentily CPC is clock per cycle.

I still have not found for sure what "CS" stands for though.
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Intel Fast CS is to enable Pat for 875p base board, CPC is very tough on the memory, I cannot get it to be stable with CPC enable. Beside I don't notice any or much improvement in proformance with it being enable. CPU bus park, which I don't have no idea what it is for( the same as the CPC, not much improvement at all). In the bios I just left mine like this: enable, enable, disable. I think the biggest proformance is the leave the Intel Fast CS enable(Same as Pat).
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Thank you OC_Newbee. That is the information I am was for.
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