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i have been OCing my p4 3.4 for a while, but no matter what i hve it set to, its always a 3:5 memory ratio, but i dont know how to change that. i need some serious help to get a 1:1 ratio. i have read about it and im still clueless
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ok here is a simple break down, ur cpu i quad pumped, so if ur fsb is 800 u divide it by 4 and ur ram is dual pumped so if it is set at 400 divide it by 2, and that makes them both 200 wich is a 1.1 ratio, the simple way is to have ur ram speed at half of ur fsb speed, but it also depends on how ur bios displays it if u bios sais 200 for fsb the computer already did the math so just set ur ram to 400 and that will give u the best ratio for an intel cpu
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You *should* be able to change the memory speed to 1:1 (as explained above) in the BIOS. I'm not sure how the DS3 bios work, but in ASUS boards its fairly straight forward.
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thanks. ive never tweaked with memory before because ive never come across this problem. i cant jsut change the ratio of the memory, it say somthing like the memory mukltilier in the motherboard and if i get it wrong i have to reset the cmos and thats just a pain, lol. right now its using the 3.33 muliplier in the RAM settings, should i just set that to 2?
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If you set it to two you get a 1:1 ratio, so if that's what you're looking for then yes.
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post #6 of 7
With most of the Gigabyte Motherboards all the advanced Ocing options are hidden in a secret menu in the bios - Think it is F2 you must press to make the options appear.

I will double check though

EDIT: It is Ctrl+F1 to show these options
    
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post #7 of 7
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niiice, i set the multiplier to 2 so everything is a lot better. the timings went from 6-6-7-16 or something like that to 4-4-4-9, much tighter, and a happy camper
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