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so far the best running ratio i can get is 1:1
others i can get
-5:4
-3:2
-1:1
-4:3
i cant get any others im stumped along with a pounding head ache (this is my sig rig)
post #2 of 16
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so far the best running ratio i can get is 1:1
others i can get
-5:4
-3:2
-1:1
-4:3
i cant get any others im stumped along with a pounding head ache (this is my sig rig)
Well,
1. Whats your FSB?
2. Those are the only available dividers I believe
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Well,
1. Whats your FSB?
2. Those are the only available dividers I believe
im on the e6300, so 266 when not ocing, which right not not ocing with ram at 1:1 533 3-3-3-8 is the best running ive had...
post #4 of 16
Do you OC at all. If so, what FSB do you run?
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Do you OC at all. If so, what FSB do you run?
usually 400
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usually 400
At 400, a 1:1 would be decent if you could do something like 4-4-4-5 or 4-4-3-5 timings.

I'd rather run at 1000, or 4:5 ratio. Then run 5-5-5-10 timings, or maybe even 4-4-4-8.

What voltage do you run?
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post #7 of 16
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At 400, a 1:1 would be decent if you could do something like 4-4-4-5 or 4-4-3-5 timings.

I'd rather run at 1000, or 4:5 ratio. Then run 5-5-5-10 timings, or maybe even 4-4-4-8.

What voltage do you run?
corevolt at 400 for windows stabilty at a multi of 6 1.415v
ram is ddr2-667 i run it at 800 usually, i cant get the timing below 4-4-4-11 when at 800, rated v is 1.8v i have it at 2.05v at that time
post #8 of 16
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corevolt at 400 for windows stabilty at a multi of 6 1.415v
ram is ddr2-667 i run it at 800 usually, i cant get the timing below 4-4-4-11 when at 800, rated v is 1.8v i have it at 2.05v at that time
Well, my RAM is ddr2-1000 5-5-5-15. But at my 389FSB, the best ratio for me is 4:5, or ddr2-970. Then my timings are 4-4-4-5.

Now, for you the best bet is probably ddr2-800, or 1:1 ratio at FSB of 400, with 4-4-4-11 timings. Try to boot them at a 4:5 divider with the 400FSB. Change timings to 5-5-5-15. Intels love high bandwidth, and I've always found the more mhz, the more speed
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post #9 of 16
If you are keeping at a 400FSB I doubt you are going to be able to see anything higher than a 1:1 since you have 667 DDR2. A 4:5 is going to put you at 1000MHz on that stuff and I just don't see it happening.

You've had several issues lately with your overclocks as far as I have seen and I really believe your memory is holding that E6300 back.
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Well, my RAM is ddr2-1000 5-5-5-15. But at my 389FSB, the best ratio for me is 4:5, or ddr2-970. Then my timings are 4-4-4-5.

Now, for you the best bet is probably ddr2-800, or 1:1 ratio at FSB of 400, with 4-4-4-11 timings. Try to boot them at a 4:5 divider with the 400FSB. Change timings to 5-5-5-15. Intels love high bandwidth, and I've always found the more mhz, the more speed
fsb 400 and ram 800 is 1:1, my ram will not run over ddr2-820
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