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Lap means to grind down and polish the base of a heatsink so that it's as smooth as possible. More surface area of the Heatsink touching the CPU, means better cooling.
Oh i see. Any how changing my ram to 1:1 made battlefield 2142 crash alot. When I change it back to 4:3 it was super stable.
post #12 of 18
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Oh i see. Any how changing my ram to 1:1 made battlefield 2142 crash alot. When I change it back to 4:3 it was super stable.
Try increasing the memory voltage and/or loosen the timings.
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Increase your Voltage and Loosen your Ram timings.
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Increase your Voltage and Loosen your Ram timings.
How do I find out my current memory voltage? And how do I loosen my ram timings??
post #15 of 18
you can use Memset3.0 to change your timings. (search the forums)
voltage will be listed in your RAM specs. i think it's 2.0 or 2.1 for your RAM.
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post #16 of 18
Get a better fan on that BT maybe, get like 80cfm or more would help with that beast.
I agree with lossening the timings and setting it to 1:1

No more voltage untill you get coolling resolved first.
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No more voltage untill you get coolling resolved first.
keep forgetting that.
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Okay thanks guys.
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