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should be able to select "DRAM Frequency" in bios

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aramil thx for the board man!! Pfff im confused.... can u tell me ur voltages pls...? MHC VCORE RAM voltage? and Ram Freq on bios? to help me compare with my results?? http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2102323 THANKS AGAIN!
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post #13 of 55
Hi iCeQ,

I'm a little confused with what you're trying to do. If you want to increase your CPU clock, you just need to increase the FSB frequency. Are you saying that when you increase your FSB, your RAM increases as well?

And as far as voltages go, for RAM voltage, just stick with what the manufacturer recommends (likely either 1.8V or 2.1V or something between there). For the other voltages, just increase them incrementally as needed. If you increased the CPU clock and your computer is now unstable, increase the vCore a little bit. If you increased your RAM frequency and your computer is unstable, then look for a FSB voltage and/or NB voltage to increase a little bit.

Just try making changes one step at a time, in small increments.
post #14 of 55
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hi jet:) yeah when i increase fsb on cpu ram overclocks too!! -.- ... i will tell u about my available options...

Memory Over Voltage : Min = 1.85000 Max: 2.24xxx something...
MCH Chipset Voltage : Auto,+0mV,+50mV,+100mV,+150mV
CPU Vcore Overvoltage : Auto, 1.25v,1.40v so waht u sugest me to do? biggrin.gif
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aramil thx for the board man!! Pfff im confused.... can u tell me ur voltages pls...? MHC VCORE RAM voltage? and Ram Freq on bios? to help me compare with my results?? http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2102323 THANKS AGAIN!

MHC for you should not need to be raised as you have two sticks of ram (I have four and a much faster FSB)

Ram Voltage should be whatever the the Sticker on the ram says (could look for your model of ram on google)
Ram Freq: keep it low for now (under spec) until you have a stable CPU OC then this can be brought up.

My voltages will be different because no system is the same and I have modded the board to supply a better CPU Voltage.
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Thanks for explanation!! hm... im at 667 option now on ram freq under spec as u said.. and i have a stable oc so far! but i cant Move further...


My ram sticks packet says only "CAS Latency CL6" and " 1.80v" No timings... -.-
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post #17 of 55
Ok, so your RAM voltage is 1.8V, and CL6 means that your ram is specified for 6-6-6 timings. I wouldn't worry about the timings right now.

Are the speeds shown in your cpu-z link done with the RAM set to 667 option? I looked into your motherboard's manual, and under "Chipset," look for "Northbridge Configuration". There should be an option "Configure DRAM timing by SPD". You can try enabling and disabling this option and see if this unlinks your CPU and RAM.

Right now, keep RAM at 667, try enabling/disabling "Configure DRAM timing by SPD" option, and then setting various CPU clocks and see what happens to your RAM frequency when you change CPU with and without that timing option.
post #18 of 55
According to your cpu-z you are running the ram @ :

RAM Speed : 428.5 MHz (4:5) @ 5-5-5-12 single channel so dual channel would be double(which is overclocking the ram) and misreading the timings "5-5-5-12" or cl5, not cl6 ( would need to check your model on the web for full specs)

this could be limiting your OC.

I would be tempted to manually enter your ram specs in to the bios to rule this out.
Edited by aramil - 11/18/11 at 9:00am
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Yeah with 667 option... I cant manual set timings over 5... now i can only set till 5-5-5-15 ... i Found Configure DRAM timing by SPD i had disabled it and i used manual timings... now i enabled it and it is 5-5-5-15 ...... and booted Like this... with 333 fsb.. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2104443 pff -.- im confused im thinking of load default values on bios and setup from zero xD
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Wow, that is strange. Let's try to straighten out what your motherboard is doing, focusing just on speed settings:

1) CPU Freq: Can be manually set to any value.
2) DRAM Freq: Can be set to either 667MHz, 800MHz, or 1066MHz
3) Configure DRAM timing by SPD: If ON, forces CPU FSB to whatever you set on (2), but DRAM timings remain unchanged in cpu-z.
If OFF, unlinks CPU from DRAM settings (2).

Are these statements correct, based on your options available to you in the BIOS and your experience?

What confuses me the most is why your RAM is setting with clock speeds above 667MHz. On my motherboard, I can only change the overall FSB frequency, and CPU and RAM speeds are set automatically to it. For example, if I set my FSB to 400, my CPU frequency goes to 400 x 9.5 = 3800 MHz, and RAM frequency goes to 400 x 2 = 800 MHz. This is what I assumed would happen when you enabled the "Configured DRAM timing..." option, but apparently not.

Maybe it would be a good idea to reset settings. Theoretically, you would want to do the following:
STEP 1) Don't change CPU freq.
STEP 2) Set DRAM Freq. to 800
STEP 3) Turn configure DRAM timing by SPD to ON, this should force FSB to 400, and give you an overclock of 3600 MHz on your CPU.

With an overclock of 3.6GHz, you'll need to increase CPU vcore too. You might want to decrease the CPU ratio (multiplier) to something low, like 6 or 7, until we get your FSB worked out. Once you are getting a 400 MHz FSB feeding to both CPU and RAM, then we can bump the multiplier up, and worry about voltages.

Does that make sense?
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