Originally Posted by stanrc
that does help! thanks.
i usually have it set at 3 or sometimes 4 and my fsb is 305 if i try and use 5X and a lower fsb, it won't boot. i am at work now, but i will play around with it some more when i get home now that i know that.
I've just noticed that your motherboard has a Memory Frequency
option in the overclocking section of the BIOS. You can lower or raise this to adjust your memory speed aswell.
In overclocking terms you can think of the Memory Frequency
as how fast you memory will run along the HTT link. The K8<-->NB HT Speed
is the actual bandwidth itself that the RAM uses to communicate with the CPU. In short, the HTT link has to be running at at least the speed of the RAM in order to be effective. Though bear in mind that presently, the HTT link can't run faster than 1200Mhz on many AM2 motherboards.