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your ht at 1800. i hope it isnt the x9 multi x your 300reference clock. that puts the ht at 2700 wich isnt going to do crap.
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Come again.

the HT and the CPU/NB was at 1800 MHz.

Anyway it was a PEBKAC issue, did some more research and it was the CPU/NB and it wasn't scaling with the CPU which caused the ram dumps.

Now at:

Cpu: 3449 MHz @ 1.312v
Ram: 1600 MHz @ 1.65v
CPU/NB: 2700 MHz @ 1.2750v
HTT: 300 MHz @ 1.2-4v ( I can't remember off of the top of my head)
HT: 1800 MHz

I think I may hit my target this time.
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 6/12/11 at 9:08pm
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