Originally Posted by name='sarmad'
patriot 2x1gb pc 6400 timing 220.127.116.11
aw9d max (14 beta bios)
my voltage and other setting :
cpu voltage : 1.325 or 1.35 (make no difference) trust me, it does make a difference, 1.5v is the general max for 24/7 usage. Try small increases and re-run benchmarks etc until you find stability
memory voltage : 2.35 seems quite high, is your mem rated to this voltage? 2.2v is common
mch voltage :1.60 (higher or lower make no difference too) I had mine set to 2.0v on high overclocks... Try 1.65/1.7
cpu ferq:3.40 ghz and timing is 18.104.22.168 for this frequency i'd imagine you need 1.45v but this depends on if you got lucky with your cpu. With memory, loosen your timings to 5-5-5-15 while you get a stable cpu, then re-tighten them
when i run 3dmark 06 sometimes it pass the first test but sometimes not and
display a "dont send" error message or blank screen until i press the
escape key and 3dmark closed automaticaly or if i run "super pi" it well
calculate the 32mb for the first time and if l run it again this message appear
"not exact round " or somthing like that. so whats your idea about the
voltages value ?
should i change any of them to higher or lower?
is mch voltage important? if yes what value i have to set?
The above error messages are due to instability.
1. Set mem to 5-5-5-15.
2. Increase v core slowly, at each increment try benchmarks.
3. Don't exceed 1.5v on your cpu.
4. Add a little to vmch, it does add stability.
5. once cpu is stable work your mem timings down
Let us know how you get on