The bios can probably be patched to properly support Barton cpu’s, but if you want higher multipliers then you have to mod the board or cpu socket. It has an award bios. Jul 26, Posts: Chipsets Previous page Next page. Wed Oct 31, 5: Thanks for trying to mod the bios on my gigabyte – I apreciate the effort.
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Wed Oct 31, 4: All the tests and methods we employed are publicly available and reproducible. Jul 26, Posts: Nov 14, Posts: Vertical refresh sync vsync was disabled for all tests.
I used “Bios Patcher” to update cpu microcodes as well as some other things, then Modbin for my Abit’s Award bios. If you have questions about our methods, hit our forums to talk with us about them. A switch or short across the pins I have shown will allow You to access higher multi’s, but see what happens with it on above Tests were run at least twice, and the results were averaged.
We’re not dealing with fundamentally different technologies, for the most part, so they ought to run pretty close to one another.
DDR333, what is it and is it worth waiting?
What I didn’t understand is did you just connect those wires to a switch or did you connect them to a resitor and a switch? Board index All times are UTC. Wed Oct 31, 9: The bios can probably be patched to properly support Barton cpu’s, but if you want higher multipliers then you have to mod the board or cpu socket.
That speed is obtainable right now with KTA.
Yes, we do run the tests multiple times and average the scores, but still, many differences are ,t266 insignificant. Annoying but fairly easy. How does the board have specific support for this RAM while other boards don’t? Just get individual strands of copper wire and run them in pin holes as described at this link.
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I had to remove “av” from the filename as it was 10 digits and bios patcher is a dos program. OK, quoting Fascist from that thread Kalahari linked up, quote: Oct 16, Posts: Return to General Old Hardware. Wed Oct 31, 6: Luckily, since JEDEC hasn’t yet published it’s DDR standards, manufacturers can claim whatever they want to claim about DDR, and kt66 PC will never be a standard, mt266 will always be able to claim whatever they want about it.
Sorry for so many questions? To keep things fair, we tested with the memory timings set as aggressively as possible on each motherboard, so long as the system was stable.
Wed Oct 31, Originally kr266 by pauli: If an older chipset will let you set the RAM atisn’t it doing the same thing? DDR, what is it and is it worth waiting?
So in the case of the chipset, we had to test at CAS 2. There’s nothing special about the chipset, other than that they have been tested out with the faster RAM.
Apr 25, Posts: It has an award bios. Our testing methods As ever, we did our best to deliver clean benchmark numbers.