I was trying to reach a higher Overclock than 2.55mhz. I just can't figure out what I can do when upgrading is not an option at this time. I was inching my way up when at 340*8 it wouldn't post past Overclocking failed screen. I went back to 336*8 and tried out some stability testing. Things are fine at that speed, gaming is great, burning and everything else is faster than stock 2.13mhz. But you know once you start you can't stop, right
I just need to get things optimized so when Crysis and COD 4 come by I can jack it up then, without having to do all this testing when trying to play the game, I would rather take care of it now while gaming is really good"for me". My overall goal is to hit 2.88mhz so I can try to keep up with the gaming performance the x6800 brings(according to the "tremendous value e6400" article over at Anandtech) to the gaming table. I know, wishful thinking right? I can't figure this ram issue out. It has to be that, my temps are good over all at present overclock state. So can I divide my ram in order up my cpu speed, or is that speed gain not worth the loose divided ram. Confused Since my ram is DDR 2 533 mhz it obviously can't overclock past 672 mhz, or can it? If I try and pour some more juice in the ram will I then be able to up my cpu.? I think this value ram that I was sucked into buying is at its limits. It is Kingston, But the Value Model KVR533D2N4/1G. And I am not sure how to even do that procedure
Can someone try and help me sort this out. The place where I bought it can't help overclocking Questions, so here I am a young overclocking Tadpole at the mouth of a huge lake, Look at the unknown waters of Overclocking. Thanx people for helping.