#1 bothers me because you're lowering the multi so much. i don't think your motherboard will like that. i don't like #2 because that's the only setup where you're actually underclocking the memory. with #3 i don't know if your memory will be able to handle it. i think #4 looks pretty solid. i'm a pretty conservative overclocker though.
another option is to just set everything to 1337. it won't work, but it will look really cool in your BIOS
Wow. I have to give you some credit, your pretty good with this stuff. #1 doesn't run on my motherboard, you were right, for some odd reason it craps out at 1473FSB. (I can run 1500+ with 6x multi, weird eh?)
#2 is where I am underclocking my mem so I thought the same thing.
#3 Is most likely what I will use, because my memory can easily handle it
#4 is what I would use if my memory couldn't take it.
But now I found something else. Check this out:
Unlinked Ratio: 11:16
These are direct from CPU-Z. All I wanted to you see here is what is in bold.
I noticed how on unlinked I still got a ratio in CPU-Z.
Does this mean that unlinked is still linked, just you can set your own ratio so to speak?
If so, then the tests that choggs is running will be true!!!
(see, we haven't totally hijacked his thread yet )