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Np, give me a second to reset my rig.
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Ok, Delete to get into bios, then do the following. Go into the advanced settings, go down to CPU Configuration, select. Go down to Memory Setting, select, Memory Configuration, select, Memclock Mode, set to Limit, will open Memclock Value, set Memclock Value at 216, 233, or 250 (the setting you use will depend on how well your ram will OC and the voltage you are willing to run through it). I would say set it at 216, and work you way up. MCT Timing Mode should also be set to Manual. Set your CS at 3, TRAS at 8, TRP at 6, TRCD at 6. Once you have figured out which of the dividers you are going to use you can tighten you ram timings. Good luck!
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I'm going to tighten up the timings to 2-2-2-5 after i run the 8 hour loop of prime 95. I was able to get these timings before i oc'd the processor.
    
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oh ok i should loosen up the timings when i increase the frequency. THANK YOU SO MUCH TUBNOTUB! I really appreciate the help. This is my first ever overclock so i hope you can understand my stupidity.
    
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oh ok i should loosen up the timings when i increase the frequency. THANK YOU SO MUCH TUBNOTUB! I really appreciate the help. This is my first ever overclock so i hope you can understand my stupidity.
We all start out at the same place. And yes, definatly loosen up those timings as you increase the frequency of the ram or you will run into stability issues. And man, thats one hell of a nice first build!
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