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Why can't I get pass 3200Mhz Oc'ing? I want to clock at least 3400-3600Mhz
What i'm I not doing right. Is it my memory or mobo.

My setting:

PCI Burn-in Mode 33.33Mhz
PCI Expess Burn-in Mode 101.32Mhz
MCH Voltage 1.600v
FSB Voltage 1.333v

Memory Frequency 533Mhz anything above blank screen.
Memory Frequency option on my mobo only 333,400,533,677,800Mhz.
For 1:1 ratio has to be 533Mhz.

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post #2 of 14
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Originally Posted by saul View Post
Why can't I get pass 3200Mhz Oc'ing? I want to clock at least 3400-3600Mhz
What i'm I not doing right. Is it my memory or mobo.

My setting:

PCI Burn-in Mode 33.33Mhz
PCI Expess Burn-in Mode 101.32Mhz
MCH Voltage 1.600v
FSB Voltage 1.333v

Memory Frequency 533Mhz anything above blank screen.
Memory Frequency option on my mobo only 333,400,533,677,800Mhz.
For 1:1 ratio has to be 533Mhz.

4-4-4-12
Memory Voltage 2.1
Have you tried 400 x 9 and put the Mem Freq at 800mhz. That will also be 1:1.

Then put the RAM voltage up to 2.15v and the FSB Voltage to its MAX
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Originally Posted by Joeking78 View Post
Have you tried 400 x 9 and put the Mem Freq at 800mhz. That will also be 1:1.

Then put the RAM voltage up to 2.15v and the FSB Voltage to its MAX

You mention 400 x 9. how do I get 400?
Only memory frequency show 333,400,533,677,800Mhz.
But than you said put the Mem Freq. at 800mhz.
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post #4 of 14
Put your FSB at 400 with x 9 multi

Then put the Mem Freq at 800.

That will put you at 3600mhz with your RAM running 1:1 @ 800mhz.

Put your RAM voltage up to 2.15v
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Originally Posted by Joeking78 View Post
Put your FSB at 400 with x 9 multi

Then put the Mem Freq at 800.

That will put you at 3600mhz with your RAM running 1:1 @ 800mhz.

Put your RAM voltage up to 2.15v
I think on this board only goes up in % right now my Host Burn-in is set at 34%..... To get to 400 i'm not sure what % will that be.
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post #6 of 14
NO NO NO!

Put your mem frequency on the 400MHz divider!

Putting it on the 800 would mean

400FSB * 3/2 (800) = 600MHz x 2 (DDR) = DDR1200 = NO BOOT!

400FSB x 3/4(400) -= ~300MHz x 2 (DDR) = DDR600 = Likely boot
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post #7 of 14
Hmmm

I have mine on 800 with the P5B-D and and FSB of 400.

No BANG yet and it runs at 800mhz
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post #8 of 14
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Originally Posted by Ihatethedukes View Post
NO NO NO!

Put your mem frequency on the 400MHz divider!

Putting it on the 800 would mean

400FSB * 3/2 (800) = 600MHz x 2 (DDR) = DDR1200 = NO BOOT!

400FSB x 3/4(400) -= ~300MHz x 2 (DDR) = DDR600 = Likely boot
Put FSB to 400Mhz core speed still @ 3217.5Mhz Bus Speed 357.5Mhz FSBRAM 4:3
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post #9 of 14
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Originally Posted by Joeking78 View Post
Hmmm

I have mine on 800 with the P5B-D and and FSB of 400.

No BANG yet and it runs at 800mhz
I think the FSB # on Asus mobo is the same as Host Burn-in on this 975xbx mobo, only mine goes in %. I jack it up from 34% to 40% @ 800 Mem Freq. Pc boot with three beep than blank screen. I think is this damn board....
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post #10 of 14
I may be wrong then.

Try 400 Mem Freq
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