Originally Posted by this n00b again
ok well i have intel eist disabled (there is no option for speed step)and yet the multiplier keeps flipping back between 6 and 9.
also i have the fsb to dram ratio put on linked. (options are auto, linked, and manual). im not sure which one to select.
well i quit all that crap software for overclocking and i've decided to just do it in bios.
this is my current setting below.
how do i achieve 1:1 fsb:dram ratio?
Edit- To get 1:1 ill check the pdf and tell you since your bios seem different. Ok it seem Linked is all you have to select from what I see but Linked could in fact be 1:2 so I can't be certain. If you have a sub menu when you set it to linked and you have a choice named Sync Mode then it should be it.
Or you can set Manual and set the Memory frequency to half the FSB then you can be sure but then youd have to change the frequency of the ram manualy if you raise the FSB to stay in 1:1
After you do that you will be able to overclock further... you are currently in 11:16 That mean everytime you raise your FSB you raise your Memory frequency by 16/11th of that amount. You can see why after a certain FSB your ram is VERY overclocked and won't let your system go further without crashing etc...