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great info here
http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ing-guide.html

and you could fill in your system specs there
http://www.overclock.net/usercp.php

I would have to disagree on the above if anything drop the multi lower and get a higher fsb...here's what that ram can handle easy so i would think a x10 multi times 290 fsb would be much better
What divider would you put on 290 to have your RAM not underclocked and not too high for his RAM? I tried all the different dividers and they are all too high or not enough on his RAM. 290 wont work.

With a 133 divider = 191 = too low
with a 150 divider (most boards don't have) = 217 prolly too high
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sorry that ram is stock rated 433...you seen mine at 273 so it's running 556 so 166 at 290 would be fine...that don't even reach 400..so like alexisd said 180 would work at 290
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Ok Ive run orthos with the settings I was originaly using and to my annoyance I was getting errors on these settings. I reduced the memclock limit to 183 and have then run orthos for 2 hours straight with no errors.

Idle temps vary because of heating in the room but are in the region of 32-35c cpu at idle and 42-46c under load using my original settings.

Motherboard temps between 38-46c the heatpipe system on this motherboard is OK but these boards do run hot as you probably know.

I had trouble increasing past 255 freq, I can post but orthos is returning alot of errors. Im sure its the ram holding me back. Having said that I had to reset the cmos last night as I pushed it too far. Im back online now though but a little lost as regards what to do with the timings.

I will try the ammended settings people suggested and report back, If i can get orthos to run at 255 ill feel like im making progress.

Running with a 10x divider what advance ram settings should I change?
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If you read that guide posted earlier you will see that by setting your multi lower and using a easy divider like 133 on your ram then you can actually find the max limit on your fsb...So if that cpu can run @ 320 x9 then great you would just have to find the right ram settings after that... I would set your ram @ 133 put the multi on 9 and see how far you can get your cpu..then go from there..If it max's out at around290 -300 then the x10 multi would suit you good...post back !!!
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Hey man....I like your setup

Look's oddly familiar
    
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Hey man....I like your setup

Look's oddly familiar
yes me too i really like your setup as well ;7)
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