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Originally Posted by P.J
What are "1:1 ratio" and "ie: 3-4-4-8" ?
Can you explain it more ?
Thanks.
Its the RAM timing ... it vastly improves system performance.

http://www.overclock.net/showthread...ghlight=timings

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What are "1:1 ratio" and "ie: 3-4-4-8" ?
Can you explain it more ?
Thanks.
I have to go to a doctors app, I have get going but check out these links they should help you understand.

As for the Ratio 1:1 ---> http://www.overclock.net/showthread.php?t=1831

As for the timings ---> http://overclock.net/showthread.php?t=1807
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I overclock my cpu at:

CPU: 2.40B GHZ to 2.70GHZ (18*150, FSB600)
RAM: DDR333 to DDR400 !
But my cpu temp. is 65C(MAX) and 50C(MIN) and Vcore is 1.6 !
I think that my cpu temp. is very high ! (65C) and I need to a cpu cooler !
but there are many cooler (ASUS, Gigabyte and ...)
Can you help me again ?

Note: Ratio 3:4 ! is it good ? OR 1:1 ?
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Temps are too high. Keep them under 50C load for a Northwood.

1:1 offers best performance. There is absolutely no advantage to running RAM faster than the CPU.

Plenty of good coolers out there. SP-94 or XP-120, either with a 92mm Tornado (be warned, they are loud) are the best air cooling out there.
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1:1 offers best performance. There is absolutely no advantage to running RAM faster than the CPU.
Good point NoAffinity, I didn't realize that he was running the RAM faster than the CPU. LOL


Quote:
Originally Posted by P.J
Note: Ratio 3:4 ! is it good ? OR 1:1 ?
As NoAffinity said running your Memory faster than the FSB has no advantage. If you were able to run the FSB at 200mhz (800Mhz) and the Memory at 200Mhz (400Mhz), then you would have a kickass OC, a true 1:1 Ratio. If you are not able to get the FSB up that high, then reduce the memory down to match the the FSB. It looks like heat is going to be your number one problem, 65c is way to high. What kind of CPU cooling do you have??
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Good point NoAffinity, I didn't realize that he was running the RAM faster than the CPU. LOL


As NoAffinity said running your Memory faster than the FSB has no advantage. If you were able to run the FSB at 200mhz (800Mhz) and the Memory at 200Mhz (400Mhz), then you would have a kickass OC, a true 1:1 Ratio. If you are not able to get the FSB up that high, then reduce the memory down to match the the FSB. It looks like heat is going to be your number one problem, 65c is way to high. What kind of CPU cooling do you have??
INTEL CPU COOLER ! (Max. 4000 RPM)
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