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do you think i should take 1gb out? what exactly does the HT multi do?
if you have 3 or more sticks in an AMD system, its not very good for overclocking. I reccomend you stick with 2 gigs, and get a higher OC
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Im using all four slots at the moment.. I have 2* 1gb stick and 2* 512mb sticks.. what should I do?
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post #13 of 73
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Im using all four slots at the moment.. I have 2* 1gb stick and 2* 512mb sticks.. what should I do?
What till your system arrive and test it to make sure that the ram us not holding you back


@TheSubtleKnife : what is your CPU stepping
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how would I go about doing that?
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how would I go about doing that?
Like i said before ,, use a low ram divider ,, say 266 if it is stable When you are running @ 2.6GHZ then it is fine and you should raise the divider to 333 if it is not stable ,, you either push more voltage or loosen the ram timing a little bit ,, you will need to keep testing till you get your system stable @ highest possible clocks
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post #16 of 73
Hmm.. looks like kemo will be able to help able you as he has the same cooler

I ran mine under water @ 2.9 with 1.62v
    
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ok so if i cant achieve 2.6 then i need to raise voltage, in what sort of increments would I do that?
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post #18 of 73
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how would I go about doing that?
take out 2 of those stick for now , 939 CPUs dont like 4 sticks
    
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@TheSubtleKnife : what is your CPU stepping
LCB9E...i think...something like that haha

its actually at 2.9 stable...3Ghz is superpi-able, but thats about it..
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post #20 of 73
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ok so if i cant achieve 2.6 then i need to raise voltage, in what sort of increments would I do that?
You raise Voltage with the lowest Increment supported by your Motherboard and take 1.35V as your starting point for CPU

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Hmm.. looks like kemo will be able to help able you as he has the same cooler

I ran mine under water @ 2.9 with 1.62v
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LCB9E...i think...something like that haha

its actually at 2.9 stable...3Ghz is superpi-able, but thats about it..

mm

Mine running 2.8GHZ 1.35V on air LCBIE 0618 EPMW AMD FTW
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