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Ok Great that is the timings it took me....but above 2.9ish on the cpu and you may have to change the 2.5 to a 3....just maybe...
Well dotcomthese, I'm sorry to say that changing the 2.5 to 3.0 was a total bust. Would not even attempt to boot, black screen, no nuttin. So far, boosting the CPU and the RAM voltages have also netted me zero gains. I can boot at 2.833 and play battlefield 2, Fear, halo etc. with no problems, but Orthos pukes right away. I'm at a loss.
    
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what is your vcore at that oc??? The 2.833
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what is your vcore at that oc??? The 2.833
Hello again! At the time of my last post my vcore was at 1.5 and was doing me no good so I dropped back to 1.42and my RAM back to 1.85. I gained a little by raising my RAM and CPU voltage.
Even at 1.5 heat was no problem, so I must have cured that problem. I just figure I'm missing some little thing and may never know what it is. Darn it!
    
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Have you tried upping the PCIE to 108-112MHz?
    
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Have you tried upping the PCIE to 108-112MHz?
Whoa! PCIE?? What dat is?
    
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OK, Duke, I found it, and its now set to 112. I gained a wee bit, I am now at 2.844. I am sure it won't Orthos at this setting tho.
    
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Have you tried upping the PCIE to 108-112MHz?

Hmmmm, when I upped my FSB to 340 the computer would bootup, but within about 15 sec. the screen would go blank. Computer was still on and nothing seemed to change but my monitor was blank and said it wasn't receiving a signal.

This may solve my problem. Thanks Duke
    
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I refuse to believe that I can only get a stable 2.7 out of my Opty, so I'm trying again. My question is: how can I get my FSBram to read 12 istead of 11? Then maybe I can ease the stress on my ram. Is this a reasonable thing to do?
I start at what worked for my other OCs...2.5-3-7 and memtest and OMG!!!
3-4-4-8 is really not what your RAM runs at when you change speeds...that's recommended stock timings.
My Samsung that I run in this rig wouldn't even work a 3-4-4-8 1T in this rig...LOL
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Theres one question I can't get an answer to so far. Under the CPU-Z Memory tab, just below the Frequency, there is FSBRAM- CPU/11 for my 'puter.
Is it possible to change that to a 12? And if so,how?
    
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Just out of curiosity George....I forgot what is your actual stepping...Like mine is ccbbe0617...D you know your's...That is your ram divider....you were at 253 on your ram in the first post. So with a higher fsb then you may need to increase that division slightly...I think the 32sli dividers are different than on my board so can't help you there...let me search the manual...and get back to you
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