Originally Posted by NickOOOShea;15350583
So, what should I do? Overclock my ram? Would that help at all? I mean, to be perfectly
honest, I only wanted to bump up the speed on my cpu to about 3.2 ghz, I wouldn't need much more.
Well, you don't need to overclock your RAM, more like underclock it to make it run as close as stock speeds as possible.
For 3200mhz, you'll need to put your HT reference clock to 250, then adjust your RAM frequency back to stock with it's own multiplier, drop the HT-link frequency to 2000 and leave the CPU/NB frequency to 2500.
My bad with the multiplier. You might have to increase the CPU voltage, depending on where you want to overclock too. There's no guarantee that you could run that chip at even 3.4Ghz at stock voltage. I've seen some Thubans that for some reason need crazy amounts of voltage to even hit 3.5Ghz.
Those are usually the bad rare ones, on average, a Thuban can hit 3.5ghz at stock voltage or less. I can hit 3445mhz at 1.2v, stock voltage is 1.275v.
But in many cases, 1035Ts seem to be do rather worse. They must be binned much lower.Edited by Devilmaypoop - 10/17/11 at 11:12pm