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so, 5-5-5-15 @500FSB wont work. not even at 2.15v.
The thing is i dont have any cooling for my memory, so i really dont wanna give it much extra volts. its rated at 2.1, u sure it can handle 2.2 without extra cooling?

So right now i am doing 5-5-5-15@425 and 2.1v, just need a stable system that wont fry itself under load during these warm days. i am currently quite concerned with the CPU temps and need to find a cool stable point for the CPU first before i can continue.

anyway, i will keep working on this over the coming few days, out of time now and works calling tomorrow.

Thanks for all the help and i will keep you posted on my progress!!
This is off topic.

Have you removed your PCI brackets? You can remove that and place a fan there to blow out air out that your video card creates.
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got it going now at 6x470, 5-4-4-12@2.1. Superpi now doing 18s, but the temps are finally down to 50 Load due to vcore being only 1.3 . need to work on that still thought, cooler should be doing better than that i think.

so, i also have a question on the RAM timings now. i know that basically the first four are most important, and the first one has a larger effect in terms of stability and speed than the second and so on. what i dont know tho is the fifth -tenth settings. mine are like so:
5-4-4-12-4-30-10-10-10-11

is this a good setting or should i be lowering the final 5? specially the middle one seems kinda high, no?
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5-4-4-12-4-30-10-10-10-11
Run a mem-bandwidth test, then set them to the following:

x-x-x-x-x-30-9-9-9-9...if it boots and loads, run a memtest, then perform the bench for bandwidth again...you will notice improvements.

*Also, if you are having stability issues with your RAM approaching 1000mhz, raise your timings to:
x-x-x-x-x-40-x-x-x-x the higher trfc rate helps.
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thanks so much for all your help in this and sticking through it with me!!
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np, glad to help. Besides, i might ask you to return the favor some day
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Work on the subtimmings help a lot,even if you don't know wich ones to work with.Start to lowered the subtimmings and you goin to see a difference too.
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