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ok i set the dram frequency to 333mhz but i dont know how to lower the ht multiplier
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i also put the 1gb memory module in slot 1

Post some screens of the ram as you change front side bus.
You don't have to lower the HT multiplier. It'll run up over 1500 with voltage but you don't even have to take it nearly that far. All that's important is that you don't push the slow ram too far on timings. That's the only thing holding you back.
I've seen people take it to 1400 at 350 fsb but you need a bit of overvoltage for that. But don't even mess with overvoltage for now. You should get a nice overclock up in 275 to 300 range without it as long as we've freed up pushing the ram clocks with the fsb clock or got the ram clocks low enough to give you headroom.

Oh and congrats on the 1700 overclock. I wouldn't worry too much about the crash. Sometimes when you change the ram speed settings on a computer it takes them a while to work in. Overclocks will either stabilize or get more unstable depending on what's going on. But you have to be careful about messing up the sytem. An unstable boot can cause a blue screen of death on boot and make windows have to fix files and stuff. And it's going to not be very stable just because your cpu will always be seeing 2 different electrical waveforms from 2 different ram speed modules. So try to stick to burn in tests and not play the game when you want to see if it's ok.
Edited by Hephasteus - 5/11/11 at 1:06pm
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Post some screens of the ram as you change front side bus.
You don't have to lower the HT multiplier. It'll run up over 1500 with voltage but you don't even have to take it nearly that far. All that's important is that you don't push the slow ram too far on timings. That's the only thing holding you back.
I've seen people take it to 1400 at 350 fsb but you need a bit of overvoltage for that. But don't even mess with overvoltage for now. You should get a nice overclock up in 275 to 300 range without it as long as we've freed up pushing the ram clocks with the fsb clock or got the ram clocks low enough to give you headroom.

Oh and congrats on the 1700 overclock. I wouldn't worry too much about the crash. Sometimes when you change the ram speed settings on a computer it takes them a while to work in. Overclocks will either stabilize or get more unstable depending on what's going on. But you have to be careful about messing up the sytem. An unstable boot can cause a blue screen of death on boot and make windows have to fix files and stuff. And it's going to not be very stable just because your cpu will always be seeing 2 different electrical waveforms from 2 different ram speed modules. So try to stick to burn in tests and not play the game when you want to see if it's ok.
the dram frequency is set to 400 mhz and the bus speed set to 225 that gives me 1800.2Mhz core speed i tried to make the bus speed 227 but my pc doesnt boot up i had to reset the cmos, i run orthos for 20 minutes after getting 1800.2Mhz core speedand the max heat was 64c
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the dram frequency is set to 400 mhz and the bus speed set to 225 that gives me 1800.2Mhz core speed i tried to make the bus speed 227 but my pc doesnt boot up i had to reset the cmos, i run orthos for 20 minutes after getting 1800.2Mhz core speedand the max heat was 64c
Ok it appears that the system using the 400mhz to define a 200mhz baseline clock and then adding your 25 to it to get to 225. The baselines from what the chipset report appear to show 200 or 266 and that chipset wont try to do 333.

Ok since you are good at resetting cmos now. You need to do a big jump. Jump it to 266 front side bus and see if the ram will go to 266 timings.
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ok, i just change the bus speed from 225 to 266? i dont think my pc will boot up
@Hephasteu, ok ive done i set 225 bus speed to 266 and after saving my pc clock speed is back to stock clock
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dont forget to manually set your pcie speed to 100 instead of auto . changing the bus speed will alos over clock your graphics card. i played bc2 with a amd 2.8ghz quad and a 8500gt it wasnt pretty i had to turn down all the settings and reso then it was playable .
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That board isnt good for overclocking, but you should be able to get to 2.2Ghz.
Playing on my sig rig, 1366x768@ low and it plays fine,mostly. sometimes XBOXHUEG framedrops though..
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I would suggest getting a quad. Based on my experience, i was running bc2 on a e4500 2.20ghz and a gtx 275, which is if not, a little bit faster than yours. And i was still struggling from lags and slow framerates even though all the settings are already set to low.
    
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dont forget to manually set your pcie speed to 100 instead of auto . changing the bus speed will alos over clock your graphics card. i played bc2 with a amd 2.8ghz quad and a 8500gt it wasnt pretty i had to turn down all the settings and reso then it was playable .
hi, why would i need to change the pcie to 100? i overclocked my graphics card with a software. i am trying to overclock the cpu any suggestion please help me thanks!
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That board isnt good for overclocking, but you should be able to get to 2.2Ghz.
Playing on my sig rig, 1366x768@ low and it plays fine,mostly. sometimes XBOXHUEG framedrops though..
how can i get my cpu up to 2.2Ghz? help me pls.
my stock bus speed was 200 im at 225 bus speed at the moment when i tried to make it 226 my pc wont boot up it says "no signal"
look my cpuz ready on the site i hope u help me to overclock my cpu ty
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how can i get my cpu up to 2.2Ghz? help me pls.
my stock bus speed was 200 im at 225 bus speed at the moment when i tried to make it 226 my pc wont boot up it says "no signal"
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If you notice in your pic. You're fsb:dram frequency is now 1:1. On auto it was 4:3.

So you got it set for 400 and it's running ram at 200 and fsb is adding 25mhz.
Now you either need some way to control ram timins which board won't do or some way to get it to go into new timings.
When you set it to 266 it went back to old timings you said?
That's the only thing I can think of is for you to jump it big to next set of ram timings. Try 267 or 275 and hope the ram is smart enough to go to next spd settings.

Also was thinking try it with a single module. Having 2 spd modules is a big problem.
Edited by Hephasteus - 5/12/11 at 12:15pm
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