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post #11 of 16
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Take a look at this thread on XS.

BTW, I should be getting my Celly 430 either monday or tuesday, so I can help you out next week if you need it.
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PS.
Who would think a little over a year ago that a "celly" would whoup "FX ass".
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post #12 of 16
I want a Celeron 420 just because it's got the number 420.
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post #13 of 16
Why not run your ram 1:1 instead of over its rated speed?

That could help. ^^
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Hell no, a BSOD isn't always driver related, the whole point of a BSOD is too stop your PC before it suffers damage, or when there is an unrecoverable error. And yes, overclocking caused me tons of BSODs.
    
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How do I tie the RAM speed to the CPU on my MoBo?
    
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post #16 of 16
Change your ram ratio to Linked 1:1.

Not sure were that would be for your bios though.
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