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Old 20-06-2005, 02:47 PM   #25
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voltmod is your only chance
By Terwin
2876MB/s 7x325
2909MB/s 8x325

I need to find a bios for the A8N-SLI Deluxe that allows 1.6v cpu before I can get 8.5x325 or 9x325 stable with this Venice core.
.....1007 bios will let you select up to 1.65V but it only does 1.55V with a slight's an asus bug......I ran my Winchester on that board at 325*8 but dividers for me...not 1:1 stuff.....week 17 Venices need low volts to reach those speeds so might want to look around for that....i did a quick test with one week 17 and it had no problem doing a 32M superpi at 2800MHz 1.52V(option selected in bios).......i also found that both 1007 and 1011 bioses would change the timings selected in bios once you load windows.....i think that explains a pretty poor bandwidth score will find that TRC and TRFC shoot up to 22/24....max values and TWR or TWTR shoot up to 6(max value as well).....i could change it back to tight timings through A64Tweaker but it's a bug Asus needs to fix in their next bios will get a massive boost in performance once that happens.......running the modules 2T makes for a 2% performance difference to 1T so you are sweet there (Don't worry about larger Sisoft difference as it means nothing in real world tests)

how come you are using so much vdimm on TCCD?

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