Under Advanced Setup, you can set the DRAM
timings manually or set it to SPD. If manual option is selected, there are a
lot of options which you can adjust to improve or lower the ram timings to
fit your o/c needs. In our test, it is set to CAS 3, 3-3-8, 1T cmd DDR2-533
for DDR2 module and CAS 2, 2-2-5, 1T for DDR-400 modules.
|As you can see, there are two
numbers shown, the first is the CAS latency for DDR module and the second is
for DDR2. You can select the CAS latency depending on whether you are using
DDR or DDR2.
|CPU multiplier is locked at
11x as we are using a X6800 processor (ES). CPU Freq can be adjusted to a
max range of 300MHz. In our test, we can run the system at 300x11~3.3GHz
using the above settings.
||DRAM frequency can be set to
run in SYNC or ASYNC to the CPU. In most cases for DDR, 200MHz is the better
option unless your ram can run in SYNC at 266MHz at lower timings at CAS 2.5
or 3. As for DDR2, our ram can run at CAS 3, 3-3-8,1T, so we select it to
run in sync at 266MHz.