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post #11 of 21
if your cpu is at stock settings, then its fsb is at 266mhz and ur ram is at 400mhz, that wouldnt be 1:1. also your ram is at 800mhz it's 400x2.
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what should my memory fsb be? I just set my cpu to overclock to 2.8ghz and I put 800 into the memory fsb. Now in cpuz it says 396.1mhz 11:14
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Originally Posted by barrysgoods View Post
what should my memory fsb be? I just set my cpu to overclock to 2.8ghz and I put 800 into the memory fsb. Now in cpuz it says 396.1mhz 11:14
If you want to memory to be at 800mhz and have 1:1. then u need to OC your cpu to 3.6 (9x400) or 3.2 (8x400) and so on, u can change the multiplier.
so it will be 400:400
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I unlinked the memory and then set my cpu for 2.8ghz and memory i just typed 800... I am not sure what i am doin lol.
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basically I am just lookin for a nice stable overclock, i heard this ram can overclock nicely so just let me know exactly what to put into the fields in bios to get lets say 3.2ghz and oc the ram decently.
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cpuz says the freqeuncy is at 400mhz 2:3, when I was in bios I set it at 1:1....
Just to clear this up for ya; 266.7 (divided by) 2 (times) 3 = 400.05, hence your 400MHz for the memory and why it is using the 2:3 divider.
266.7 is the stock FSB for the E6600 and your memory MHz you (times) by two to find the speed, DDR1000=500MHz, DDR800=400MHz, DDR500=250MHz, ect. so your numbers are correct for stock. As for why the memory is automatically setting a divider I don't know? I am sure someone can figure it out for ya
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I still need to know what to put into the memory fsb... Can't anyone let me know exactly what to type into some of the important bios options?
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post #18 of 21
Set your cpu:ram to unlinked and set your CPU fsb to 1066 and your memory to 800. Use 2.0v on the memory and 1.35 - 1.375 on the cpu.

Those are stockish setting for those two. At that point you can walk up the cpu fsb and do whatever overclocking you like.

In cpu-z it's going to show you your base fsb for the ram before it's doubled up for DDR2. Just multiply your cpu-z memory speed by 2 all the time.
post #19 of 21
Sorry gotta disagree with you Silviastud.Your ram obviously won't run 1:1 with FSB at 1600.You should run Linked and synced,like you said 1600 FSB with ratio keeping the ram at 800MHz.You have good ram and could probably up it a bit,but keep it at stock speeds with the lower latency timings,gives great stability with excellent performance.Bump your CPU vcore to 1.45 and RAM to 2 volts.Although it's probably set by default make sure the RAM command rate is set to 2T.Remember with your setup Linked and Synced are the way go,works like a charm If you want more specific info on voltage settings and other details on your mobo,check the Evga forums.I also recommend updating(if you haven't)to P28 BIOS.
Good Luck,
Scott
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by bavarianblessed View Post
Sorry gotta disagree with you Silviastud.Your ram obviously won't run 1:1 with FSB at 1600.You should run Linked and synced,like you said 1600 FSB with ratio keeping the ram at 800MHz.You have good ram and could probably up it a bit,but keep it at stock speeds with the lower latency timings,gives great stability with excellent performance.Bump your CPU vcore to 1.45 and RAM to 2 volts.Although it's probably set by default make sure the RAM command rate is set to 2T.Remember with your setup Linked and Synced are the way go,works like a charm If you want more specific info on voltage settings and other details on your mobo,check the Evga forums.I also recommend updating(if you haven't)to P28 BIOS.
Good Luck,
Scott
He was just asking for a value to set his at. Personally I wouldn't run linked and synced until you hit 400MHz fsb. Most motherboards do this naturally any way. He wanted a value to start at so I was just throwing out stockish settings so he could then up the cpu clock.

In another of his threaded I recommended linked and synced because he was reaching a higher overclock.

And I am running linked and synced myself but I just put it as 1:1 in my system specs because that's what CPU-Z reads it as.
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