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Ajuda!!!!!!!!!! memorias

Discussão em 'Modding e Overclock' iniciada por Raines, 16 de Fevereiro de 2003. (Respostas: 5; Visualizações: 875)

  1. Raines

    Raines Power Member

    Comprei um chip de mem 333 da kingston 512mb cas 2.5 e tem chips samsung rev D (penso eu)- acabam os dois em tcb3 , mas antes um tem um D e o outro um C.

    tinha um de 256 samsung revisao C k estava mto bem a CAS2.5 com tudo no maximo a FSB de 146.

    agora tenho de ter em default.

    nao arranca por vezes e blokeia antes de entrar no windows.

    sera por ter os 2 chips e nao se darem bem 1 com o outro?!!

    ajuda please.....
     
  2. Raines

    Raines Power Member

    sabem se o COMMAND sdram 1T na bios interessa muito?

    MSI kt3 ultra. ajuda!! please

    e o memory interleaving??? ponho no maximo!?!

    digam me como posso ter estavel sem perder muita performance. agora ta a FSB141 estavel mas com SDRAM T1 disabled

    so com a rev C tava ligado
     
    Última edição: 16 de Fevereiro de 2003
  3. zArt

    zArt Power Member

    Oi,
    como é q tens os timings?
    Isto é + ou - assim:
    - timings + rapidos menor Bus de memória
    - maior Bus de memória + relaxados tem q ser os timings.

    Só experimentando é q vais lá.

    Boas...
     
  4. NakedEyE

    NakedEyE Power Member

    Vamos por partes!
    Na KT333, tens as memórias em sincrono (HCLK) ou assincrono (HCLK+33)?
    Eu no meu servidor com a KT333 Ultra 2, tenho 1 stick Crucial 2700 e outro Elixir 2100, ambos a Cas 2 1T e aguentam na boa 290MHZ em sincrono claro...por isso acho um pouco estranho!
     
  5. WhiteTiger

    WhiteTiger 1st Folding then Sex

    Esse setting é um dos mais criticos vê o que se diz no fórum Amdmb acerca disso - "SDRAM 1T Command Disabled (only experienced overclockers or people with low densities of RAM should ever set this to Enabled) "

    ==============================================
    * MSI KT3 ULTRA SERIES BIOS SETTINGS GUIDE *

    - written by: Mr Steveo and RacerX27
    ==============================================

    ==================
    Standard CMOS Features
    ==================
    Time Set Correctly Upon first POST and after each BIOS Flash

    Date Set Correctly Upon first POST and after each BIOS Flash

    Primary IDE Master
    Type AUTO
    32Bit transfer Mode ON

    Primary IDE Slave
    Type AUTO
    32 Bit Transfer Mode ON

    Secondary IDE Master

    Type **CDROM ** (If using a HDD or no drive set to AUTO If using a CD/DVD drive set to CDROM)

    32 Bit Transfer Mode ON
    ***THe above recommendation for Secondary Master is different from the other channels to directly work around a bug in the BIOS Please follow the above instructions closely For more information, see my first reply in this thread http://www.amdmb.com/vb/showthread....threadid=124773 ***

    Secondary IDE Slave
    Type AUTO
    32 Bit Transfer Mode ON

    Floppy Drive A Set Appropriately

    Floppy Drive B Not Installed (for most people)

    Boot Sector Virus Protection Disabled – If you really want to use this feature make sure its at least disabled during partitioning, formatting and loading of the OS

    ===================
    Advanced BIOS Features
    ===================

    Quick Boot Enabled

    Full Screen Logo Show Disabled

    Boot Sequence
    ---------------------
    1st Boot Device Floppy
    2nd Boot Device CDROM/DVD whatever you use
    3rd Boot Device IDE 0 (set at IDE0 for non RAID OS, and for RAID OS where a regular IDE hard drive exists also – If all you have for hard drives is a RAID array, set this option to Disabled)
    Try Other Boot Devices Yes

    S.M.A.R.T. for Hard Disks Disabled

    BootUp Num-Lock On

    Floppy Drive Swap Disabled

    Floppy Drive Seek Disabled

    Primary Display VGA/EGA

    Password Check Setup

    Boot to OS/2 No

    Internal Cache WriteBack

    System BIOS Cacheable Disabled

    C000,32k Shadow Disabled

    APIC Function Enabled ("Enabled" functions well on this board under Windows 2000 and XP and with most newer hardware PCI cards and drivers.
    If you are using Windows 9x/Me or TV tuner cards or winmodems or extremely old PCI cards/drivers set to "Disabled"
    If you change this setting after Windows has been loaded you may need to reinstall the OS)

    MPS Table Version 1.4

    =======================
    Advanced Chipset Features
    =======================

    DRAM Timing Control
    -------------------------------
    Current Host Clock Displays current FSB Frequency

    Configure SDRAM Timing By SPD (Set to User later if trying more aggressive RAM timings)

    SDRAM frequency HCLK for PC2100 HCLK+33 for PC2700 and higher. If you plan on overclcoking the FSB or use extremely aggressive RAM timings this may need to be set at HCLK)

    SDRAM CAS# Latency 2.5 (setting to 2 gives faster performance)

    Row Precharge Time 3T (setting to 2 gives faster performance)

    RAS Pulse Width 6T (setting to 5 gives faster performance – if RAM becomes unstable this is the first timing to lower back to default)

    RAS to CAS Delay 3T (setting to 2T gives faster performance)

    SDRAM Bank Interleave Disabled (setting to enabled gives Faster Performance – If RAM becomes unstable this is the second setting to return to default)

    SDRAM Burst Length 4QW (8QW should theoretically be faster but on many MSI boards is slower…still testing this setting)

    SDRAM 1T Command Disabled (only experienced overclockers or people with low densities of RAM should ever set this to Enabled)

    Fast Command Fast (start here and if Windows installs stable set to Ultra. If you use aggressive RAM timings you may need to return this to default/Normal)

    AGP timing Control
    --------------------------------
    AGP Mode Auto

    AGP Comp. Driving Auto (If you have problems with your graphics card or crashing out of 3D Games, this setting may need adjusted. If you have never used this feature before seek help in the forum)

    Manual AGP Comp. driving same as above

    AGP Fast Write Disabled (theres no reasonable basis to enable this)

    AGP Aperture Size 64 or 128 (higher settings can cause compatibility problems with some software)

    AGP Master 1 W/S Write Disabled (Enabled theoretically should be faster but is not on many MSI motherboards)

    AGP Master 1 W/S Read Disabled (Enabled theoretically should be faster but is not on many MSI motherboards)

    AGP Read Synchronization Disabled

    PCI Delay Transaction Disabled

    ========================
    Power Management Features
    ========================

    IPCA Function Enabled

    ACPI Standby State S1/POS

    Call VGA at S3 Resuming Disabled

    USB Wakeup From S3 Disabled

    Power Management/APM Enabled

    Power/Sleep LED Single LED

    Suspend Time Out (Minute) Disabled

    Display Activity Ignore

    CPU Critical temperature Disabled

    Power Button Function On/Off

    After AC Power Loss Power Off

    Set WakeUp Events
    ------------------------------

    Wake Up on Ring Disabled
    Wake Up on PME Disabled (unless you use this feature. Also set to enabled for WOL)
    Resume On KBC Disabled
    Wake Up Key Any Key
    Wake Up Password N/A
    Resume on PS/2 Mouse Disabled
    Resume By Alarm Disabled
    Alarm Date 15
    Alarm Hour 12
    Alarm Minute 30
    Alarm Second 30

    ===================
    PnP/PCI Configurations
    ===================

    Plug and Play Aware O/S - No (for Windows 2000 and XP)
    -Yes (for Windows 9x/Me)
    (For Dual Boot 9x/2000 start with "no" and change to "yes" if you have problems)

    Clear NVRAM No (Set One time only to Yes After Installing New Hardware or Moving PCI Cards Around)

    PCI Latency Timer 64 (Set Higher for better PCI RAID performance reduce if having sound or LAN problems)

    PCI IDE BusMaster Enabled

    Primary Graphics Adapter (beginning with BIOS v5.3) AGP for AGP card – PCI for PCI video card)

    PCI Slot 1/5 IRQ Auto*
    PCI Slot 2 IRQ Auto*
    PCI Slot 3 IRQ Auto*
    PCI Slot 4 IRQ Auto*

    * there is a discerpency with the presence of these settings and the PCI table in the owners manual. Therefore leave on Auto unless a necessity Also, if APIC is enabled its best all these remain at Auto as well)

    Fonte:

    http://www.amdforums.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=124482
     
  6. Raines

    Raines Power Member

    tenho a 333

    acham melhor a 266???

    obrigado
     

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