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hey guys, for almost as long as i've had it, i've been runnin my E6600 @ 3.375GHz. well, i bought new RAM, which i have in my sig, and now i can't get it to run over 3. any ideas?
post #2 of 15
the timings seem loose enough... hmm...

the ratio is still at 1:1, I assume? (RAM:FSB)

Try to keep it at 1:1, and loosen the timings and see how that helps.
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it's actually 6:5. right now, i don't have the RAM oc'd at all, but i'll try goin for 1:1 with looser timings
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well even at 3.4ghz with the stock multi of 9 you shouldnt be ocing your ram on a 1:1, if you have it at 1:1 with the stock timings (i assume 4-4-4-12) and at the rated voltage whatever that is it should be fine
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post #5 of 15
XMS2 PC6400 is rated between 1.8v and 2.1v. Try manually setting your voltage to 1.9v or 2.0v just incase the motherboard is undervolting the RAM at AUTO. Also, make sure that you're useing the C4 version (4-4-4-12) as opposed to the C5 version (5-5-5-12).
post #6 of 15
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so 1:1 didn't work very well. to get the speed up to 3.4 means setting the bus speed to 1500, and i was fairly certain that the RAM wouldn't cooperate at that speed.

anyways, i had the RAM runnin at 2.1, and i do have the C4 version
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so 1:1 didn't work very well. to get the speed up to 3.4 means setting the bus speed to 1500, and i was fairly certain that the RAM wouldn't cooperate at that speed.

anyways, i had the RAM runnin at 2.1, and i do have the C4 version
You don't want the 1:1 setting in the bios, this will try to run your ram at the quad pumped cpu fsb speed. You want something to the effect of linked and synced. This setting will make your base fsb for your memory and cpu the same and will then multiply your cpu fsb by 4 and your memory fsb by 2.
post #8 of 15
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k well i can get it to boot to 3.4, but then Orthos and Prime95 will crash after a few seconds. any recommendations on voltages? i already run my RAM at 2.1 and when OC, my vcore at 1.5, what about NB and vtt? and the NB PCIe clock?

btw i have eist c1e thermal control and all that other stuff disabled
post #9 of 15
PCI Freq set to 33Mhz
PCI-E Freq set to 100Mhz

Your memory is the same as mine, 2.1v is as high as i use....they are rated for 2.2v MAX
 
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k well that's what i have it set to... still not working!
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