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Hmmm...glad you started this, I'm getting 42s :blink:

:blink: my my 3200+ (CH) with a Asus K8N-e and 512 ram gets 40s....

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I wish I had bought a new heatsink.. I'm looking at that Cooler Master Super 6 thing.. It weighs 1 KG though.. It seems like it could easily snap your mobo in half!

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55s 2700+ stock

seems pretty decent.

 

edit: 52 seconds (still stock).

Edited by mariol90

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:blink: my my 3200+ (CH) with a Asus K8N-e and 512 ram gets 40s....

I'm guessing it would be the cheap RAM I'm using right now while I wait for the Balistics to arrive. Right now I have two sticks of Kingston Value RAM (PC3200) 512 being used and I only have it at 8-3-3-3.

 

When I get time I can see if I can tighten them a little more.

 

X_C

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I'm guessing it would be the cheap RAM I'm using right now while I wait for the Balistics to arrive. Right now I have two sticks of Kingston Value RAM (PC3200) 512 being used and I only have it at 8-3-3-3.

 

When I get time I can see if I can tighten them a little more.

 

X_C

That value ram should be good for CAS 2.5 :mrgreen:

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I'm guessing it would be the cheap RAM I'm using right now while I wait for the Balistics to arrive. Right now I have two sticks of Kingston Value RAM (PC3200) 512 being used and I only have it at 8-3-3-3.

 

When I get time I can see if I can tighten them a little more.

 

X_C

My kingston value ram 3200 used to run fine (when I could determine what timings were what) at 2.5,2,3,5 all the way up to 229mhz. Unfortunately now, I can't tell ya what any of those ram timings are from the DFI board.

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tryed 2.5 and no joy, blue screen, this is the stuff that uses the samsung ram chips

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i overclocked mine (2.4 GHz) but when i run super pi, it says:

NOT CONVERGENT IN SQR05

 

or

 

NOT EXTRACT IN ROUND

 

what do these mean?

it managed to get to loop 2 or something, in 4 seconds, then i got an error.

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i overclocked mine (2.4 GHz) but when i run super pi, it says:

NOT CONVERGENT IN SQR05

 

or

 

NOT EXTRACT IN ROUND

 

what do these mean?

it managed to get to loop 2 or something, in 4 seconds, then i got an error.

that means its not stable ???

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it runs everything else fine so far...

on the program it did 16, 32, 64, and 128. at 256 it stopped at loop 13 i think.

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tryed 2.5 and no joy, blue screen, this is the stuff that uses the samsung ram chips

That sucks. I was always one for the Winbonds myself. Dont ya have any of that OCZ layin around man??

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That sucks. I was always one for the Winbonds myself. Dont ya have any of that OCZ layin around man??

In other systems, its ok, I can wait till the new RAM arrives, Im worken too much lately anyway. :rolleyes: Plus helping get my mother a care worker, I hired a company on friday, hopefully she'll like the lady they send out.

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In other systems, its ok, I can wait till the new RAM arrives, Im worken too much lately anyway. :rolleyes: Plus helping get my mother a care worker, I hired a company on friday, hopefully she'll like the lady they send out.

Sorry to hear bout your mother Xtreme. :( I know what you mean about the working part. 2 jobs is a pain in the rear I found out in the last 6 months. It sucks for me, having 2 passions, Cars and computers. But rewarding in the end. Anyways, working is why YOU always have all the great gear dude!!! :mrgreen:

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52s stock

 

44s at speed in sig, maybe a few tweeks will get me a bit faster :mrgreen:

Edited by spookywillow

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