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Finally after spending the WHOLE day yesterday I got my RAM timings down, passed memtest for windows 3200%.

Right now I'm priming, 1.5 hours so far. I knew my RAM was what was holding me back.

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why would you use memtest in windows ? you want to load the minimum u can in to ram to test it.
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Sweet Ill Add you to my Thread here if you wish :http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/12...ngle-core.html
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why would you use memtest in windows ? you want to load the minimum u can in to ram to test it.

No, I want to be sure it's "COMPLETELY" stable in windows environment.
    
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Sweet Ill Add you to my Thread here if you wish :http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/12...ngle-core.html

Thanks for the offer Enterprise, I'll get back to you when I finish with all of my stability tests. I still plan to up this thing some more, I just wanted to get 3 GHz stable first.

I'll keep ya updated here. I've got all weekend since I'm snowed in here at home.

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No, I want to be sure it's "COMPLETELY" stable in windows environment.
which makes no sense.

If you do it OUTSIDE windows....you're testing the ram even more. Don't ever do memtest for windows...windows has ECC built in and can fix errors that the ram are making...your ram might still be making errors (and that's not good for it)

Go make a memtest boot disk.
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which makes no sense.

If you do it OUTSIDE windows....you're testing the ram even more. Don't ever do memtest for windows...windows has ECC built in and can fix errors that the ram are making...your ram might still be making errors (and that's not good for it)

Go make a memtest boot disk.
When I did BIOS memtest, it passed no problems, so when I booted into windows to test it with SP2004 and memtest for windows, I got errors immediately. (I'm obviously talking about before I got the timings figured out). I can run memtest in BIOS again with these current timings. What do you suggest, I was runnning tests 5 and 8 before, 8 passes each.
    
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Sideburns ^^ thats what i was trying to say
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