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post #1881 of 4644
You cant unlinked memory on Intel chipsets .

Only Nvidia chipsets eg the 680i or 780i

The best options is 2.00 which is 1:1 ratio or 2.40 which is 5:6 ratio.

http://img45.imageshack.us/img45/663/p1010002gd5.jpg

See where it says SPD Memory Multiplier thats where u change the ratio.
post #1882 of 4644
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Originally Posted by Benny99 View Post
You cant unlinked memory on Intel chipsets .

Only Nvidia chipsets eg the 680i or 780i

The best options is 2.00 which is 1:1 ratio or 2.40 which is 5:6 ratio.

http://img45.imageshack.us/img45/663/p1010002gd5.jpg

See where it says SPD Memory Multiplier thats where u change the ratio.

thx m8

but why can´t i go above 400fsb ? I think the problem is the memory, it wont´t do more than 800mhz It´s a 2gb kit (gskill 6400).
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thx m8

but why can´t i go above 400fsb ? I think the problem is the memory, it wont´t do more than 800mhz It´s a 2gb kit (gskill 6400).
which gskill set do u have? because if u up the voltage or loosen the timings u shouldnt have a problem
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which gskill set do u have? because if u up the voltage or loosen the timings u shouldnt have a problem

It´s a kit, the one with the red heatsink 6400/800 2x1024.
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It´s a kit, the one with the red heatsink 6400/800 2x1024.
if u go on newegg and read some reviews that kinda helps. one guy said he uped the voltage +.02 and they run fine at 4-4-4-12 which is very good at 800mhz. i wouldnt believe that set would overclock very well because sometimes u have to loosen timings to overclock and they are already set at 5-5-5-15. just up the voltage a little bit i no gskill has decent heatspreaders. mine is a different kit but i have mine at 2.2 at they run slightly hot
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post #1886 of 4644
Im running my g.skills at 852 @ 2.0v (+.2 in BIOS) at 5-5-5-12. I would suggest loosing them to 5-5-5-15 at 2.0v and you should be able to get to at least 850.

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Hi,

Just a couple of questions,

(1). How high will i beable to take my Q6600 Go Stepping processor on the stock cooler without it getting too hot ?

(2). I have my FSBRAM ratio set to auto, my cpu is overclocked to 2.8GHz and my G.Skill ram is overclocked to 936MHz, would my system be faster/better if i set my FSBRAM ratio to 2.5 and raised the FSB some more so i get a higher cpu speed say 3.0GHz but a slower RAM speed say 840MHz ?

Thanks for your help
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post #1888 of 4644
Sorry if this is a stupid question

What is the difference between the northbridge and FSB voltages?

Like how should I know when to bump one up but not the other. I've always turned them up together - but I've never known which one is really helping, or if both are.
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post #1889 of 4644
Hello,
When I adjust my FSB and save, the FSB remains default in windows (in cpu-z) and on post screen. In the bios the setting is still saved though. Not sure what to try but I have disabled speedstep and legacy USB, and set my ram timings, upped the vcore voltage a bit (1.375). I have also tried to adjust the multiplier from X9 (max) to X8 just to see if the changes made to that work - and it appears they do. Just can't up the FSB (even by 1mhz).
Any thoughts?

Thanks

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post #1890 of 4644
What Bios Version are u using ?

I also had this problem quite random . If ure using the F6 bios try updating to F8a or F8b.
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