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help overclocking 4400+ X2 Toledo

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Ok i understand my ram isnt that good (better ram on the way just testing the chip) but i have it on a divider and currently at 176MHz so i still have some room..... so my cpu is running at 224x11=2464MHz. stable so far according to orthos. But when i got any higher than 224 it wont boot. so up the voltages maybe?
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I would maybe bump your voltages up just a tad for you CPU. Maybe try to loosen the timings on your RAM too...thats just maybe though. My guess would be that your CPU really won't get super high...so you probably need to bump your voltage up a little early. My X2 3800 needs a voltage bump around 2.5GHz..but my RAM is holding me back BIG TIME....even on a divider. Trust me, I've noticed that the ValueRAM does hold your OC back a lot. Try to bump your CPU voltages up a few notches...not much though, and your RAM up to maybe 2.7v or so.

Just ALWAYS remember to watch those temps!
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temps are good. under load im still at around only 41* C. So how high should i bump the voltages? looks like its at 1.350 volts right now. (im not expecting to much from this chip at all especially with this ram im just testing it.)
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