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Achieving tighter timings on 6600/680i setup

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Hey guys, I have my system overclocked to the current specs listed in my sig, with SLI-Ready Memory disabled, FSB-Memory Clock set to Linked and FSB-Memory Ratio set to Auto. My CPU multiplier is 9x and FSB is 1520MHz, which with those settings set my RAM speed to 950MHz. All my timings are left at auto for now and currently have a timing of 5-6-6-22-2. Trying to tighten them up seems to give me consistent BSODs. The RAM is rated at 1066MHz, 5-5-5-15-1 timings at 2.325V. I've tried manually setting the RAM to those timings with that voltage (and slightly lower voltages) with no success. Any thoughts on how I can tighten this rig up?
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beats me dude.. have you tried running your ram at the rated speed with those timings? bump..
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Originally Posted by marleyforprez View Post
The RAM is rated at 1066MHz, 5-5-5-15-1 timings at 2.325V. I've tried manually setting the RAM to those timings with that voltage (and slightly lower voltages) with no success.
Yes, I've tried.
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the RAM is rated for 1066 and its running at 950?
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Yes, with the BIOS settings as described in my first post that's its current speed.
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