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divder + latency problems

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my motherboard beeps at me if i try to run a 533 divide (1:1) or a 400 divider... but only when i overclock. it also beeps at me if i try to loosen the timings from my memory's default 4-4-4-12. this is a big problem, all i can do is overvolt which gets me to 380fsb, ddr2-950, and 2.7ghz on the cpu.

anyone know whats holding me back from implementing a divider or loosening my timings?

ill probably play around with it in the next couple of days if nobody has any ideas...
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I've never touched DDR2 memory, but I'm pretty sure the timings are the same. Just not as tight as DDR.

Check that tRC (Row Cycle Time - 5th timing) is equal to, or a bit higher than, the 3rd and 4th timings added together. See if that helps at all first.
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