Originally Posted by Acoma_Andy
It looks like you are crossing your chipset specs. it should be 1000 max when your HTT is set to x5. 204 x 5 = 1020, which would be stressing your motherboard and no further overclock possible. Set your HTT to x4 (800) and you are good to go up to 250 FSB. If you want to go higher then 250 FSB go with HTT x 3 (600). With a higher FSB you also need to increase the cpu vcore most likely.
Hmm I dropped the HTT to x4 and now its @ 250mhz on a x9 multiplier. So right now I'm @ 2250mhz @ 1.6V. I didnt up the voltage on the chipset and memory, do I want to go back and up the chipset to 1.7V and the RAM to 2.9V?
I just realized that I was on a 1:2 so my memory was only @ 125mhz. When I put it back to 200mhz My cpu was < 1800mhz @ 500mhz memory speed, so I just set everything back to default.
Ok, I'm running HTT 250x4 on a x9 multiplier with a 5:6 divider. My memory currently sits @ 204.5/204.6mhz and cpu vcore set to 1.5V @ the cpu-z says its 1.424 with very little fluctuation. Good or try again?