Originally Posted by uberjon
if your at 2.6ghz and 724mhz on the ram. your divider is off in a way you cannot test to see if your cpu can go higher..
2.6 / 9 = 288.888 mhz fsb
724 / 2 = 362mhz fsb
your running your ram higher than the cpu's base fsb. so in theory. if you run a different "ratio" you should be able to get your cpu to 362mhz and keep your ram at 362mhz as well. and it should work.
your trying to overclock your ram at the same time as your cpu. and by doing this you are "not sure" if its the ram or cpu holding you back..
on my board. it has the lowest at like 2.0 or something.. then like 2.4 and 3.0 and 4.0 etc..
2.0 would be like cpu fsb / 4 x 2 = your ram speed
edit: i voted sell ur ram and buy new ones. but test out my theory first.. also. if you buy new ones. dont buy anything lower than ddr2-800....
uberjon has pointed out an obvious problem, and it was a good catch on his part. I didnt even realize your ram was DDR2 667. You can try adding voltage tio the ram, or trying a lower divider. If you want to try upping the voltage, try +0.2v voltage to ram.