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I guess i never asked, do you have quality ram or budget. If your running budget, you can kiss ddr2-1000 good bye.

You know what IC's your RAM has, most likely not D9's
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I guess i never asked, do you have quality ram or budget. If your running budget, you can kiss ddr2-1000 good bye.

You know what IC's your RAM has, most likely not D9's
my ram is supertalent 667 model T6UB1GC5

as of right now i got 10 bones to my name, i have listed things on ebay, i can almost afford my next c2d, then im selling this one

so ill have about 110 bones +what i get out of this ram
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my ram is supertalent 667 model T6UB1GC5

as of right now i got 10 bones to my name, i have listed things on ebay, i can almost afford my next c2d, then im selling this one

so ill have about 110 bones +what i get out of this ram
next c2d?

Get yourself some quality RAM, and your OC will be temp stopped not RAM.

I was able to boot all the way up to ddr2-1280 with that MB and my RAM
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fsb 400 and ram 800 is 1:1, my ram will not run over ddr2-820
1:1 ratio would do you fine, you probably wouldn't even notice the difference from running the ram higher than the FSB unless you are running some intensive applications.

The reason you can't run over 800 is probably because your ram is rated at 667. Ways to get it stable over it's rated speed would be to: increase voltage, loosen up the timings, if you have tried that, congrats on reaching your RAM's maximum OC.

And yes he can get high performance ram for a budget build. G.Skill HZ easily goes over 1000MHz and is just barely more $$$ than run of the mill 800MHz ram.
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And yes he can get high performance ram for a budget build. G.Skill HZ easily goes over 1000MHz and is just barely more $$$ than run of the mill 800MHz ram.
Yeah, just get some new RAM for $110, and yet temperature be your limit for OCing
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next c2d?

Get yourself some quality RAM, and your OC will be temp stopped not RAM.

I was able to boot all the way up to ddr2-1280 with that MB and my RAM
my e6300 tops out unstable at 2.81ghz 400x7
but is stable at 400x6, but at 400 the corevolt has to be atleast 1.415 to boot windows
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