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Getting my OC stable w/ right ram timings?

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I'm trying to hit 3.8GHz with my Athlon II X3 450, but my computer starts to BSOD at 3.8ghz when doing a burn-in test. I wonder if it's a matter of Ram timings? Or just the motherboard (ASRock N68-S3 UCC).

It's Apacer's DDR3 Ram @ 1333mhz.

Currently they're set like this (6-6-6-15 I think?)


Here is my current CPU OC:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2047134

Thanks a lot in advance I'd love to push a bit more before I change my mobo and cpu.
Edited by Unrealized - 10/15/11 at 2:33am
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I'm trying to hit 3.8GHz with my Athlon II X3 450, but my computer starts to BSOD at 3.8ghz when doing a burn-in test. I wonder if it's a matter of Ram timings? Or just the motherboard (ASRock N68-S3 UCC).

It's Apacer's DDR3 Ram @ 1333mhz.

Currently they're set like this (6-6-6-15 I think?)


Here is my current CPU OC:
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2047134

Thanks a lot in advance I'd love to push a bit more before I change my mobo and cpu.
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Phenom II X4 965 @ 4GHZ Asus Crosshair V Formula NB@ 2.8GHZ VTX 5850 @ 800/1000 Corsair Vengeance LP 8GB 1600 9 9 9 27 1T 
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Crucial M4 256GB 000F WD Green 3TB WD30EZRX LG Prolimetech Megahalems + San Ace 
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Thanks, Now it doesn't BSOD, but IntelBurnInTest says that my OC is unstable.. And this means that I'm out of luck I assume
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If this is generic RAM (rated 1333 9-9-9, 1066 7-7-7, 800 6-6-6) you may need to get better RAM. Low binning often resultingly makes it tough to OC multiplier-locked processors.
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