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vCore: 1.4
vFSB (termination voltage): 1.4
vNB: 1.25
vMem: 2.10
Configured FSB: 400 x 8 = 3.2ghz

Memory Ratio: ddr2 800
Configured Memory Timings: no idea how to set or do this

C1E and SpeedStep off, Locked PCI Express Frequency locked at 100, PCI Sync Mode at 33.33.

booted to xp, but restart mid 3dm06
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Honestly, I'd say to bump up your north bridge... but that's with my experience on my board... I need 1.55 to get 340 MHz FSB stable.

To configure memory, check chipset section. I forget what it's called, but just look at options for each menu. On my board it's called SPD timings... or something like that. Disable that and ram timings should open up.
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i leave all volts on auto except cpu and memory, i have hit 490x7 with my old e6300 like that
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i was told the exact opposite....
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post #5 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by dualhYbrid View Post
vCore: 1.4
vFSB (termination voltage): 1.4
vNB: 1.25
vMem: 2.10
Configured FSB: 400 x 8 = 3.2ghz

Memory Ratio: ddr2 800
Configured Memory Timings: no idea how to set or do this

C1E and SpeedStep off, Locked PCI Express Frequency locked at 100, PCI Sync Mode at 33.33.

booted to xp, but restart mid 3dm06
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i was told the exact opposite....
i also dont do that of which is in bold. i say its your ram timings, if im correct your probably running 4-5-5-15 or something similar right now on auto. use cpuz and see what it says they are currently at. your gonna need to manually set them
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how do you mannually set em?
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how do you mannually set em?
under chipset settings, then northbridge settings, then 2nd one should be like "configure ram by speed" or similar, mark it as disabled, you will see your timings. try 5-5-5-12-6-35 first

this is off the top of my head, so the places may be named slightly different
post #8 of 13
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i dunno anything about timings... what effects what..... i dunno if i should start messing with those?
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i dunno anything about timings... what effects what..... i dunno if i should start messing with those?
read my last post, at the timings screen, going down, start at
5
5
5
12
6
35
leave the rest alone, see if you are stable then, if so you can try and tighten the timings up to 4-4-4-12-6-35. but if its still unstabel try 5-5-5-15-6-35


you going to need to get into your timings to be able yto overclock farther while stabel. got a link to your rams info?
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145590
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