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  • Need help with optimal Ram Settings with MSI X48c

    I am having a problem with my Msi x48c Platinum, i can not get the ram setting right in order to obtain a stable frequency. all it does is go into a boot loop until i reset the bios.

    Motherboard..................................... MSI X48C Platinum
    Processor......................................... Intel X3220 2.4 GHz stock
    Ram............................................... .. F3-12800CL8D-4GBRM


    Bios Settings
    D.O.T. CONTROL............................... DISABLED
    INTEL EIST....................................... DISABLED
    CPU FSB FREQUENCY........................ 400
    CPU RATIO....................................... 8
    CPU FREQUENCY............................... 3200
    EXTREME MEMORY PROFILE................ DISABLED
    FSB/MEMORY RATIO.......................... 1:2.00
    ADJUSTED DRAM FREQUENCY............. 1600
    PCI-E FREQUENCY............................. 100
    PCI FREQUENCY................................ 33.3Mhz
    AUTO DISABLE DIMM/PCI FREQ.......... DISABLED
    CPU VOLTAGE................................... 1.40v
    MEMORY VOLTAGE............................. 1.63v
    FSB TERMINATOR VOLTAGE................ 1.39v
    NB VOLTAGE...................................... 1.42v
    SB CORE/CPU PLL VOLTAGE................ 1.50v
    CPU GTL REFERENCE VOLTAGE 1......... AUTO
    CPU GTL REFERENCE VOLTAGE 2......... AUTO
    MCH GTL REFERENCE VOLTAGE............ AUTO
    DDR CHA REFERENCE VOLTAGE........... AUTO
    DDR CHB REFERENCE VOLTAGE........... AUTO
    MCH DDR REFERANCE VOLTAGE.......... 1.075V
    SPREAD SPECTRUM............................ DISABLED

    ADVANCE DRAM CONFIGURATION
    CONFIGURE DRAM TIMING BY SPD......... DISABLED
    DRAM CAS# LATENCY............................ 8 DRAM CLOCKS
    DRAM RAS# TO CAS# DELAY................. 8 DRAM CLOCKS
    DRAM RAS# PRECHARGE....................... 8 DRAM CLOCKS
    DRAM RAS# ACTIVATE TO PRECHAR....... 24 DRAM CLOCKS
    DRAM TRFC............................................ 74 DRAM CLOCKS
    DRAM TWR............................................. 12 DRAM CLOCKS
    DRAM TWTR........................................... 8 DRAM CLOCKS
    DRAM TRRD........................................... 4 DRAM CLOCKS
    DRAM TRTP............................................ 7 DRAM CLOCKS
    MCH READ DELAY(TRD).......................... 8 DRAM CLOCKS
    1N/2N MEMORY TIMING........................... 2N DRAM CLOCKS

    If anyone can help me i would sincerely appreciate it
    Ryan

  • #2
    What set of sticks do you have? Do you have the latest BIOS?
    Last edited by Tradesman; 03-02-2012, 09:18 PM.


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    • #3
      I do have the lastest bios for X48c version 7.4
      I have F3-12800CL8d-4GBRM

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      • #4
        The sticks should be fine, try pulling them and resetting each one firmly, then into BIOS, enable XMP and select the 1600 profile, if no joy try running a few passes of Memtest on each stick individually. If they test OK try raising DRAM voltage + .05


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        • #5
          ram sticks reseated , tried xmp with the higher dram voltage and the pc goes into boot loop.

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          • #6
            Might try at 1333 - 7-7-7-21 as a test, and see what happens, if it runs okay at that and stock voltages then there may be a problem with the mobo setting the FSB or DRAM correctly as far as regulating things


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            • #7
              Okay i will try those settings any idea what i should try for the advance settings, i have to put in something there isnt a auto in the selection.

              DRAM TRFC......................
              DRAM TWR.......................
              DRAM TWTR......................
              DRAM TRRD......................
              DRAM TRTP........................
              MCH READ DELAY(TRD).......
              1N/2N MEMORY TIMING......

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              • #8
                Leave them to auto, if stable, check 1N/2N timing and if default is at 2N can try 1N for a bit of additional performance boost


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                • #9
                  Originally posted by RyanGriffin View Post
                  Okay i will try those settings any idea what i should try for the advance settings, i have to put in something there isnt a auto in the selection.
                  .
                  There is no auto to choose from

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                  • #10
                    They should just fill in by themselves once you have the base timings in


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                    • #11
                      okay nothing on the x48c bios automatically fills in i have to manually input all settings.
                      right now i have it

                      1362MHz
                      CONFIGURE DRAM TIMING BY SPD......... DISABLED
                      DRAM CAS# LATENCY............................ 7 DRAM CLOCKS
                      DRAM RAS# TO CAS# DELAY................. 7 DRAM CLOCKS
                      DRAM RAS# PRECHARGE....................... 7 DRAM CLOCKS
                      DRAM RAS# ACTIVATE TO PRECHAR....... 21 DRAM CLOCKS
                      DRAM TRFC............................................ 88 DRAM CLOCKS
                      DRAM TWR............................................. 12 DRAM CLOCKS
                      DRAM TWTR........................................... 12 DRAM CLOCKS
                      DRAM TRRD........................................... 12 DRAM CLOCKS
                      DRAM TRTP............................................ 12 DRAM CLOCKS
                      MCH READ DELAY(TRD).......................... 14 DRAM CLOCKS
                      1N/2N MEMORY TIMING........................... 2N

                      ran memtest one complete pass without any errors, and it booted up to windows with no problem. but everything still seems slow in windows.

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                      • #12
                        Next would be to change the freq and timings for the stock spec and see if BIOS adjusts things as needed


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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Tradesman View Post
                          They should just fill in by themselves once you have the base timings in
                          still having problems, i wish these bios were better, im starting to think its the NB and or SB voltage

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                          • #14
                            this bios is whack, it doesnt adjust anything correctly. tho through research I
                            Found a program RAMMon, it shows me the standard settings for the ram i have.

                            ram at 1600 MHz 1.67v


                            CONFIGURE DRAM TIMING BY SPD......... DISABLED
                            DRAM CAS# LATENCY............................ 9 DRAM CLOCKS
                            DRAM RAS# TO CAS# DELAY................. 9 DRAM CLOCKS
                            DRAM RAS# PRECHARGE....................... 9 DRAM CLOCKS
                            DRAM RAS# ACTIVATE TO PRECHAR....... 28 DRAM CLOCKS
                            DRAM TRFC................................... ......... 88 DRAM CLOCKS
                            DRAM TWR.................................... ......... 15 DRAM CLOCKS
                            DRAM TWTR................................... ........ 8 DRAM CLOCKS
                            DRAM TRRD................................... ........ 6 DRAM CLOCKS
                            DRAM TRTP................................... ......... 8 DRAM CLOCKS
                            MCH READ DELAY(TRD).......................... 14 DRAM CLOCKS
                            1N/2N MEMORY TIMING........................... 2N

                            boots all the way to widows logo and the blue screens and cuts out
                            im starting to think it the NB and or the SB voltage any ideas?
                            Last edited by RyanGriffin; 03-03-2012, 11:19 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Can try raising NB voltage, SB has nothing to do with it


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