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I disabled C1E and now I guess I'm slightly overclocking, but I guess that's fine? http://www.ny-dev.com/forums/gallery....php?photo=516
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I was just thinking, I shouldn't have to do all this extra stuff just to get my CPU running at it's speed.Might there be something wrong with IT or my MOBO? I should be able to get the right speed just keeping everything at it's defaults.
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post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by Chozart View Post
Why not leave it as is. Since your RAM is faster than the CPU, that only improves performance.

You should just set the RAM speed at DDR2 533 in BIOS to achieve 1:1

PS: turn off Speedstep... it hurts to see an underclocked CPU like that
I did set it to 533 in my BIOS.
I'm at 1:1 right now, but I'm getting BSOD 0x0000007f.
I even turned off Speedstep.
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1:1 is just your FSB x2

for example

400FSBxwhatever the multi so if 8 = 3.2 GHz

if your memory is DDR2-800 thats 1:1

400x2 = DDR2-800 and we all know that's actually 400 MHz because of double data rate

so in reality 1:1 the ram is the same MHz as the FSB
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=285318

450 MHz FSB and 450 Mhz RAM (DDR2-900)
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usually in BIOS theres a 1:1 option or like GIGABYTE BIOS theres mem multi options of 2, 2.4, 2.5 and so on

so just select 2 for 1:1

another reason you want good ram is if you want to run 500fsb and 1:1 your going to need ram that does 500 MHz (DDR2-1000)
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