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Brand Crucial
Series Ballistix
Model BL12864AA106A
Type 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM
Tech Spec
Capacity 1GB
Speed DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500)
Cas Latency 5
Timing 5-5-5-15
Voltage 2.0V
Heat Spreader Yes
Recommend Use High Performance or Gaming Memory
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts Lifetime limited
Labor Lifetime limited
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that was very helpful, but as for the reason its because i dont want to run it at 1.8, but i would know exactly what to add to get it to run at exactly 2.0, but as for the system auto setting it, its not setting it at 2.0 its setting it at 1.97, is this fine and i should just leave it... or what?
The stock setting is 1.8v, setting the RAM voltag in BIOS to +0.2 equates to 2.0v, and yes showing 1.97 is fine, thats a normal fluctuation, nothing is always what you set it to all of the time. I would only be worried if you were having instability. IF I were you I would set the BIOS RAM volateg to +0.3 which is 2.1v and tighten your timings. GL and let us know if you need help.
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Thanks for the advise.. but what i dont understood is the "wasnt stable" before.. it passed orthos certainly and was a bit cooler .. whats the difference with now with speedstep and C1E dissabled? Im not doubting it.. its that i simply dont know
You need to understand that when you had speedstep enabled, you also had CPU voltage set to 1.8v, when you were idle, your CPU multiplier dropped to 6x and so did you voltage, but when you stressed your cores, the multiplier increased to 10x and since your Vcore was set to 1.8v, your computer had 1.8v to work with as oppsed to speedstep being disabled and you restricting that 1.8 down to 1.5 ish. Stop relating back to your days with speedstep enabled, that no longer applies, and you can't rationalize and say you had a stable overclock then. At 6x reguardless, it's an underclock. With speedstep disabled, your starting over.
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The stock setting is 1.8v, setting the RAM voltag in BIOS to +0.2 equates to 2.0v, and yes showing 1.97 is fine, thats a normal fluctuation, nothing is always what you set it to all of the time. I would only be worried if you were having instability. IF I were you I would set the BIOS RAM volateg to +0.3 which is 2.1v and tighten your timings. GL and let us know if you need help.
well why would i set it to overvolt to +0.2 if its already at 1.97? wouldnt that make it go to 2.2v
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well why would i set it to overvolt to +0.2 if its already at 1.97? wouldnt that make it go to 2.2v
No, you have the RAM Voltage set to auto which has it at 2.0 which is what your RAM runs at. If you manualy configure your RAM, +0.2v would = 2.0v. Perhaps you should look at my overclocking video, it doesn't pertain to your exact setup, however I do go into BIOS and you can see what i'm talking about. Lastly, you would need to manualy set +0.4v in BIOS to achieve 2.2v
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No, you have the RAM Voltage set to auto which has it at 2.0 which is what your RAM runs at. If you manualy configure your RAM, +0.2v would = 2.0v. Perhaps you should look at my overclocking video, it doesn't pertain to your exact setup, however I do go into BIOS and you can see what i'm talking about. Lastly, you would need to manualy set +0.4v in BIOS to achieve 2.2v
Oh you're right, thanks..

But now its setting it a little lower than auto does, 1.95 vs 1.97, is it ok if i leave it on auto?
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Oh you're right, thanks..

But now its setting it a little lower than auto does, 1.95 vs 1.97, is it ok if i leave it on auto?
Before you answer that, I thought i should tell you after i posted i noticed it fluctuated and went up to 1.97, why would it do that if its off auto?
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Before you answer that, I thought i should tell you after i posted i noticed it fluctuated and went up to 1.97, why would it do that if its off auto?
Look, it doesn't matter if you set your RAM to auto or manually set it to achieve the voltage you want, it will always fluctuate. Rarely will you ever see a 12v rail running rock solid at 12.0v 24/7, same can be said for the 5 and 3.5v rails. same is true for RAM and CPU. Just because you set something to a certain setting, doesn't mean it will always be right on the dot. 1.97v for a setting of 2.0v is pretty damn good, you shouldn't be worried, leaving it on auto is fine if you so choose
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So, I have been messing with a lot of overclocks this weekend, and I was able to manage a POST @ 4.05 GHz, however BSOD at windows login. I think my most stable and which I will run 24/7 is a cool 3.42Ghz @ 1.440Vcore (1.5 Set In BIOS).

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=732501

It's not the best, and I will continue tinkering around with 3.62GHz, but I still haven't found the key to keeping it stable. Temps are fine, But shes screaming with over 1600 MHZ FSB. I'll probably mess around with dropping my Multiplier.
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