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So I learned how to overclock my cpu. The most I pushed it was 3.2ghz ant 1.425 vcore.(9x366). Im going to do a 8x400 so that I can keep the 3.2ghz. I was wondering im you guys know if my memory can do a 400fsb. I have a set of http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145015. I was thinking of running them at 800 with 2.0 or 2.1 voltage. Also what can I use to test my memory and if it can handle 400fsb with 4-4-4-12 timings?
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I recall reading somewhere that someone OC'd those to pass 800.
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how will go to checking if they are stable?
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One reviewer on newegg (no name given) claims: "this RAM running in the ballpark of 860 or PC2 6880. This is a 22% gain over the RAM's advertised speeds. The RAM is running at default clocks of 4-4-4-12 and is barely warm to the touch."
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yeah I think I recall reading that, I also seen some user post that the memory default timings in bios where 5-5-5-15 in the bios but are advertised at 4-4-4-12. Im going to use orthos for cpu and ram stress testing. I dont know much about it but what priority should I use?
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also I see some ppl post pics with nvidia monitor showing them the voltages and speeds of different hardware. when I open nvidia monitor it only tells me the speeds of gfc and no voltages at all.
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I used to have a kit of those same DDR2 675s, I pushed them to DDR2 900 with 2.20v, they ran pretty warm but not hot.

This is an old SS, I didn't keep any of the DR2 900 but it did do it. BTW, they were able to hit 4-4-4-8 DDR2 900 at 2.20v as well, but here, pic:



And I sold them in this forum: http://www.overclock.net/sale/160838...2-675-cas.html
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