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Getting RAM stable

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So i tried to make my overclock better, and succeeded. now i have to get my RAM stable and Im having trouble, it freezes in intel burn test after 10 minutes :/

CPU: 240 times whatever @ 3840 +0.1v (1.4v)
NB: 240 times.... @ 2880 +0.125v
RAM: 240 times ... @ 1600

before the cpu/NB overclock i could get 6-8-6-20-1t stable with 1600 mhz, now i cant :/ any ideas?

or should i try get NB to 3ghz by changing FSB to 200 mhz, 3.8 ghz cpu and 3ghz NB?
post #2 of 4
You need more CPU-NB voltage.
post #3 of 4
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Nah NB was stable at that point, i added more voltage now though, im

CPU: 203*19 = 3856 +0.1v
NB: 203*15 = 3044 +0.225v
RAM: 676.6*2=1353 @ 6-7-6-24-33-2T +0.1v
just tested

RAM also unstable at: 1624 6-8-6-24-40-2t +0.1v

how safe is it to overvolt the RAM, its stock 1.65 and im at 1.75, is it safe to go any further? up to what point is it safe?
Edited by Klinkey - 10/15/11 at 6:30pm
post #4 of 4
You can go just a little bit over like 1.7 i wouldnt go any higher but if you have the proper cooling for it you can push it

Try it out raise the DRAM volts see if its stable

you mihgt have to drop to 1333 (or around that area) to get stable at cl6
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