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With a NB of 2400mhz you won't see a noticeable performance increase over 3.5ghz anyways.

Just let it be.
    
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Multiplier: 12X
FSB: 260
DRAM: 867MHz
CPU/NB: 2340MHz

CPU V: 1.45V
CPU/NB: 1.3V
DRAM: 2.26V
NB V: 1.2V (Next step 1.3V)

Failed to boot into Windows. Crashes at welcome screen.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SLAiNTRAX View Post
Multiplier: 12X
FSB: 260
DRAM: 867MHz
CPU/NB: 2340MHz

CPU V: 1.45V
CPU/NB: 1.3V
DRAM: 2.26V
NB V: 1.2V (Next step 1.3V)

Failed to boot into Windows. Crashes at welcome screen.
Try CPU/NB 1.35V, in my case with FSB set to 250, I need 1.35 to keep it stable.

Some rams just doesn't like overclock. I remember on my former Asrock mobo, my OCZ gold cannot be overclocked at all.

It is advised to have CPU/NB frequency >= 3x MEM frequency.
Edited by Bulldozer - 10/6/11 at 12:26pm
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I can run almost stock volt at 250 FSB, so there's no point. I guess I have to get 1066 ram from someone...
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At these northbridge frequencies there's no point to overclocking past 3.5ghz, you won't see a performance increase.
    
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At these northbridge frequencies there's no point to overclocking past 3.5ghz, you won't see a performance increase.
He will see perfomance gain even if his northbridge frequency is at 2400....
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