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post #11 of 26
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arg!!!!
phone pictures are bad. well anyways. k this is what i wanna know. in Mem Config do I change Memclock Mode to LIMIT? if i do then it shows the memclock valuse is 100 mhz. do i change anything there?
Then MCT Timing Mode is currently as Auto. Do i change it to manual? once its on manual then i see that i can change CAS, Tras, TRP, TRCD, TRRD, TRC, TRFC, TRWT values. which one do i change and should i try to go low one by one? like for now my timings are 3-3-3-8 should i try 2.5-3-3-8 then reboot and change 2.5-2-3-8 and same with third and fourth timings?

this is my current Jumper Free Config sets.
FSB freq = 300
SB to NB OC is Auto
PCIE freq is 100
Over Voltage CPU vcore is Disabled
Over Voltage NB vcore is Disabled
Over Voltage SB vcore is disabled
Over Boltage HyperTransport is Disabled
DDR vcore is 2.65
FID/VID change is manual
Multiplier 9x
Processor Voltage is 1.4 v


can u please help me out here
thx
post #12 of 26
Man we cant see those pictures well i cant anyways, just increase the CPU voltage to around 1.5v and up the chipset voltage to the one just above what it already is and then drop the RAM to 266, HTT to 2x... Should be fairly easy to figure out...

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post #13 of 26
Try this:

FSB freq = 320...
SB to NB OC is Auto OR NONE
PCIE freq is 100
Over Voltage CPU vcore is Disabled
Over Voltage NB vcore is Enabled go up by one
Over Voltage SB vcore is Enabled go up by one
Over Boltage HyperTransport is Disabled
DDR vcore is 2.65
FID/VID change is manual
Multiplier 9x
Processor Voltage is 1.5 v

The opties you can go as high as 1.6v i believe well you can with the single cores anyways but not reccomended for long periods of time
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post #14 of 26
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Man we cant see those pictures well i cant anyways, just increase the CPU voltage to around 1.5v and up the chipset voltage to the one just above what it already is and then drop the RAM to 266, HTT to 2x... Should be fairly easy to figure out...

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last time i touched the memclock value my new board fried. i set it at 200 from 100 then restarted it. it wouldnt boot. did all that i could like resetting cmos and jumper. still no go. well can u look at my new post and take some time to help me please.
post #15 of 26
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thx for the input. what about the mem timings?
post #16 of 26
the most i ever got out of mine is 2.9 3 would boot but not into windows.. bestg of the luck to you.... check out my sig
post #17 of 26
Ok so what is the memory timings set to at the moment? Its ok to go down in frequency but i wouldnt recommend going up with that ASUS board i had one like it....
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Ok so what is the memory timings set to at the moment? Its ok to go down in frequency but i wouldnt recommend going up with that ASUS board i had one like it....
is it better to have a slower memory for ocing or faster? thought that the lower the timings the greater is the chance of ocing the system.
post #19 of 26
Ok what i would probably do to find the fastest overclock from here is lower you memory frequency to the lowest it goes and up the timings to stock or higher, then i would lower HTT to the lowest setting and up the voltages like I said. Then boot into windows and download ClockGen which is a Software overclocking utility for NF4 based motherboards, and although i wouldnt recommend overclocking with it permanantly it is good for finding your best speeds and it is easy to use as it seems as though you are a little unfamiliar with what the BIOS settings mean... Apart from that i dont think i can be much more help sorry...

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Lower frequency and higher timings will give you more OC'ing headroom.
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