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yes parts are expensive in our country, thats why you need to overclock that cpu.

follow this guide:

1. Go to bios and change DRAM Frequency from auto to whatever is the lowest possible, probably 333 mhz. (this will give ram some headroom while it is also overclocked with the cpu)
Also lower the HT multiplier to 3x or 4x to give it some room.

2. Go to bios, advanced chipset, and raise the bus speed (this overclocks cpu)
First change from 200 to 203, save settings and exit, go to windows.
Run Orthos stress test for 3 minutes to check stability http://www.overclock.net/downloads/138142-orthos.html

3. If it passes the 3 minute test, restart and go to bios, change bus speed again from 203-206, and so keep repeating until it fails the stress test in windows.

4. Once you fail the stress test, lets say at 250 bus speed, lower it by ten to 240 bus speed and run stress test again for 6 hours to check for stability. If you pass then you just found your max stable clock. If you fail then lower it a bit again and run stress test.

Read these guides on overclocking intel cpu http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ed-guides.html


If you live near my area I can teach you in person in exchange for a bucket of SML beer.
hi, i did changed my dram frequency to 333 MHz before but it blows up my pc
cant open "no signal"
my dram frequency was 211 MHz and run the stress test and it passed and i try to make it 215 MHz but after 3 minutes my pc is frost and i lower the frequency to 212 and it passed.
haha sure, im from cavite where u live
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I play BFBC2 on a daily basis. I can tell you that even my setup has issues. I get about 45fps with some details turned down a bit. Best thing to do is to get a quad core processor(Core2Quad, i7 AMD quad etc), GTS450 or better GPUGTX460, 465, 470, 480, 560, etc), minimum 4GB PC6400 RAM or better(go better of you can.)
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Ok so it's locking up at 293 mhz using the 266mhz timings.
220x4=880 divide by 3 = 2.9333 You see how to calculate it. 4:3 dram timings. fsb speed x 4 then divide by 3.

The ram has SPD information for 333 timings. So you can go in change ram from auto to 333mhz. Then run cpu-z and we'lll see if it goes into 333mhz 5-5-5 timings. Once that is done we can see if pushing front side bus pushes ram speed up. If it's free then its just a matter of setting it for what ya want. You're almost there.
Or you could leave it on auto set fsb to 250. That would give 250x8= 2ghz. Dram should go to 250 x 4= 1000 divide by 3 = 333mhz. It should pop into the 5-5-5 slower timings then. If not it will try to run it at 266 spd settings and wont boot or maybe even post. And will require clear cmos ram to clear out the bios settings.
hi mate, please tell me step by step what i do i dont wannt to broke up my pc again becus when i change the dram frequency before my pc wont start it says "no signal"
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Nobody get's 60 plus unless your screen refresh rate goes above 60hz. Which is 1/60=0.0167 = 16.7 milliseconds. Which means it takes 16.7 milliseconds for the framebuffer to pulse through the panel. They block the frame buffer update if you exceed refresh rate or else you get screen tearing.
weird i get 150fps average with 16xAA and max setting. i think you want to say 60 or 60+ = the same because the game still playable cause of the refresh rate .and i dont get screen tearing just too say.
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Yep bingo. You got a 400mhz 1gb module in slot 2. You got a 512mb module 533mhz in slot 1.
The manual is not explaining bios clock right.
If you set it for 333 it will run it at 667mhz. So I think what you have to do is set it for 400mhz. Cross fingers.
Scratch that it says memory only has 2 clocks either 200 which would be 400mhz in the ram setting or 266 which would be 533 in the ram setting. The 333mhz is in the bios but the chipset doesn't do anything with it so it gives you the dead pc that has to be cmos cleared to boot.
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ok heres the picture of spd slot 2
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Yep bingo. You got a 400mhz 1gb module in slot 2. You got a 512mb module 533mhz in slot 1.
The manual is not explaining bios clock right.
If you set it for 333 it will run it at 667mhz. So I think what you have to do is set it for 400mhz. Cross fingers.
Scratch that it says memory only has 2 clocks either 200 which would be 400mhz in the ram setting or 266 which would be 533 in the ram setting. The 333mhz is in the bios but the chipset doesn't do anything with it so it gives you the dead pc that has to be cmos cleared to boot.
im at 1.7 Ghz at the moment after playing bfbc2 for 20 minutes my system crash it didnt happen before when it was 1.6 Ghz
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ok heres the picture of spd slot 2
Well there's another bios page called advanced setup.
it has
AGP aperature size
DRAM timing Auto
Hyperthreading Technology Enabled

It says you can take dram timing off auto but it doesn't list what screen you have to fill out. So it could be that if you set it to 400 in the other screen and set that off of auto it will work. But if you don't know how to clear cmos and get it back working again then you need to learn that first. Then learn how those bios settings affect your memory clock speed. And you need to be able to pull a module out and put it back in. Because I think somehwere along the way you are going to run into it working with a single module and that showing you the way to set the clocks but it just dead screening on you cause you're mixing 2 speeds of ram.
Plus most motherboard don't like having a small module in slot one and a bigger one in slot 2. Plus you got the faster module in slot 1 and the slower module in slot 2. If the board sense circuitry works off slot 1 then you need to put the 1 gb module in first slot and 512mb module in 2nd slot.
Edited by Hephasteus - 5/10/11 at 9:49pm
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yes parts are expensive in our country, thats why you need to overclock that cpu.

follow this guide:

1. Go to bios and change DRAM Frequency from auto to whatever is the lowest possible, probably 333 mhz. (this will give ram some headroom while it is also overclocked with the cpu)
Also lower the HT multiplier to 3x or 4x to give it some room.

2. Go to bios, advanced chipset, and raise the bus speed (this overclocks cpu)
First change from 200 to 203, save settings and exit, go to windows.
Run Orthos stress test for 3 minutes to check stability http://www.overclock.net/downloads/138142-orthos.html

3. If it passes the 3 minute test, restart and go to bios, change bus speed again from 203-206, and so keep repeating until it fails the stress test in windows.

4. Once you fail the stress test, lets say at 250 bus speed, lower it by ten to 240 bus speed and run stress test again for 6 hours to check for stability. If you pass then you just found your max stable clock. If you fail then lower it a bit again and run stress test.

Read these guides on overclocking intel cpu http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ed-guides.html


If you live near my area I can teach you in person in exchange for a bucket of SML beer.
ok i set the dram frequency to 333mhz but i dont know how to lower the ht multiplier
@Hephasteus
i also put the 1gb memory module in slot 1
Edited by ijanuel - 5/11/11 at 2:29am
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