[coreboot] spd binaries
sbhome1 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 18 12:16:13 CET 2016
Thanks you for your answers, finally i use decode-dimms for check value
because i have an spb binary with others reference component very close, i
had compare with documentation.
Be careful: Only problems, the input file of decode-dimms take output
hexdump -C exactly ( with numbers line ) else decode-dimms doesn't work.
thank you for your contribution.
2016-12-17 13:51 GMT+01:00 Pok Gu <pokgoo002 at gmail.com>:
> The difficulty with calculating by hand is there are some checksum bits.
> If your goal is to overclock the ram to maximize its performance, you
> probably have to do it again and again for servel times so that the ram
> reaches its best performance without failing the memtest (the higher the
> speed the more likely to fail the memtest). Without a tool or a script the
> checksum bits has to be calculated everytime by hand...I am calling for a
> tool to make this eaiser...
> Possibly you don't need to invest extra money (but just some time) to use
> that tool. Thaiphoon Burner has a free version that it does not allow you
> to save the spd.bin but it has a hex editor that can show you the modified
> hex bits and the calculated checksum. It can be used as a reference. Then
> manually modify the spd.bin file and write it using some free tools (e.g.,
> RWEveryting on Windows or eeprom/i2c-tool on Linux).
> 2016-12-17 5:21 GMT+08:00 David Hendricks <dhendrix at google.com>:
>> On Fri, Dec 16, 2016 at 11:01 AM, Pok Gu <pokgoo002 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Thaiphoon Burne is the most popular and probably the only tool for
>>> modifying the spd.bin. It has many built-in templates and you only need to
>>> select the speed, clocking, and voltage you like (e.g., DDR3-1688/DDR3-1333
>>> and CL10/CL11 and 1.35V/1.5V) and it will do all the rest calculations and
>>> generate the spd.bin for you. Then, the only thing you need to do is to
>>> flash the spd.bin to the spd chip on the ram, and reboot, and your ram
>>> stick is overclocked.
>>> Unfortunately, it is only available on Windows. So I have one harddisk
>>> loaded with Windows 7 and Thaiphoon Burne specialized for this work.
>>> I haven't found any linux software can do this unless you calculate and
>>> modify the spd.bin by hand. (If anyone found one let me know)
>> Cool - I never knew about that tool. Seems like a good investment if the
>> goal is to generate an spd.bin from scratch.
>> Sebastien - What are you trying to do, exactly? If you only need to
>> change one or two parameters, then a hex editor and a calculator should be
>> sufficient. The relevant specification for SPDs is JEDEC Standard No. 21-C
>> Annex K for DDR3 and Annex L for DDR4. (you'll need to register with
>> jedec.org to download the specs)
>> David Hendricks (dhendrix)
>> Systems Software Engineer, Google Inc.
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