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Thread: KINGMAX PC3700 info..
10-20-05, 05:24 PM #1
KINGMAX PC3700 info..
okay i have had this ram for about 7 months, matched with the P5P800 mobo. these two combined are actually one of two best performance combos for this ram because of the supported PAT feature this mobo has.
now... i have been trying to get some nice timings down but i just couldn't find the right timgings. if anyone has this ram u know what i am talking about. if anyone have these combos here are some nice timings for you try out.
#1 Combo for performance
Albatron PX865PE mobo with Kingmax PC3700 DDR466
timing 2.5-3-3-7: with these timings it is suppose to be set stable and good bandwith
timing 2.0-3-3-5: this timing is known to give the best perfomance for this combo, and stay stable with the max bandwidth.
#2 Combo for performance
Asus P5P800 mobo with Kingmax PC3700 DDR466
Timing 2.5-4-4-8: with these timings it is suppose to be set stable and good bandwith
Timing 2.0-3-3-5: same timing as the second one for the albatron but is known to give the best bandwidth along with stability.
just a little note if you have this ram with the P4P800 mobo or an NF3 chipset mobo u are SCREWED!! this ram does not like these mobos and will be unstable at any speeds...
i am currently tring the first timing of 2.5-4-4-8. running good so far and PCMark05 score went up 40points.
hope these timings help for people who have these combos.
10-20-05, 07:45 PM #2
you should have gotten the kingmax ddr 500
with the tiny bga memory chips ( small square chips )
here`s a linky to the stated module
i gigabyte modules
512 megsbyte modules
very little talked about memory
but very fast memory
i have the 1 gig ddr 400 stick
even in single channel they are very fast
10-20-05, 11:11 PM #3
oh.. yea i had the 500 in my hand, but they were too expensive. the jump in price when i bought them was unbelieveable. and i bought this ram at Canada Computers too.. lol
hey guys, i have a question. i am running 1:1 instead of everyone saying to run at 5:4, and also my agp/pci is not locked at 66/33 and my timings are 2.5-4-4-8 at the moment.
why do i have to lock the agp/pci? and also why would i want to change the 1:1 then my ram wont be running at wat its suppose to be? i am just dont understand it.
i am currently tring the 2.5-3-3-5 timings. hasnt crashed yet. gonna do some tests. if that all goes well then i will drop the 2.5 to 2.0
Last edited by jtracc20; 10-20-05 at 11:33 PM.