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I have a pair of TCCD sticks (HyperX pc3200 K2) and want to OC them in the 250MHz range... my S754 low voltage 3700+ CPU has a 12x multi, and 250MHz will give me 3GHz. So what timings/voltage would you suggest to get a FSB is that range? And we'll set the range from 240-260MHz...

Thanks!

Edit: I'm making an educated guess that the chips will need timings somewhere between 2.5-3-3-6 and maybe as high as 3-4-4-8, but I don't know what voltage to try with this range. I'm also guessing to start at stock timings (2-2-2-6) and voltage at maybe 230MHz and see what stability I have and then move up in timings, then voltage...? Really I don't have much experience with changing the timings and testing what works... so a little info/help would be much appreciated!
    
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"Safe" voltage range is from 2.6-2.9. TCCD chips are not that power hungry and can achieve some really good speed/timings. My old Platinums can do 250MHz @ 2.5-3-3-7 with 2.8V.
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You wanna get 250?

2-3-3-6.

I have TCCD and have done every conceivable option...and anywhere above 235 ish is 2-3-3-6...but I forget when it starts to be 2.5-4-3-6...but I got up to 310 with 2.5-4-3-6 lol.

You should be able to do 2-3-3-6. If not, try 2.5-3-3-6 or 2-4-3-6...

Leave the volts stock. TCCD really doesn't go any faster with more volts, and sometimes it even hurts...

Good luck. If you have any problems, I'm around. I love my TCCD!

Change the timings as you go, but don't change voltage.

(btw, my TCCD was good at 1.5-2-2-5 until 235 I think...)
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(btw, my TCCD was good at 1.5-2-2-5 until 235 I think...)
Damn, not too shabby!! And thanks for the info... I'll give some of those timings a try tomorrow or the next day, whenever enough time permits it. And whats a solid program to test the stability with, hopefully not taking hours to fully test...? I mean I don't know what my CPU's limits are yet, nonetheless what the best timings for my RAM will be... I think the timings you gave should be enough to go from and work with, but I wanna try and make sure any instability is fixed in the right manner... So is there a program for testing RAM stability, versus total system stability? Thanks again!
    
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Yeah, so my lame MB won't OC at all. None. Zip. Zilch. Time to get a new MB or re-enact my other system that had... motherboard problems (its an Opty 146 on a A8N-SLI that won't show anything but a black screen). But I would prefer the other to work over this one anyway... much prefer the dual channel RAM and 2000HT over single channel and 1600HT. Thank god I have my sig rig to use while I get these other computers figured out and all up and running! Anyway, hopefully I'll get a chance to OC my RAM a little in the near future!
    
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