Originally Posted by phantommaggot
lol, its no big deal about the jumpers..
on the other hand..
id like to see how stable this setup will be.. hell ill leave it as is..
really tho... are you talking about 336 chip speed before multiplied, or 336 ram speed
The HT link speed shown in CPU-Z is too high and this can actually kill your chip if you do this too often or at least corrupt your OS.
Looks like you were using a 4x HT multi with that run but setting it to 3x should eliminate any problems that could be caused by it. This is shown as HT multi in the BIOS and the default setting is 4x.
You want to keep around or under 1000MHz, your shot shows it at 1390MHz.
No, I'm not exactly innocent of doing high HT multi runs either - Here's a pair of NMC runs I've done in the past and had the NT multi too high by accident when I forgot to lower the HT multi.
You can see the 175 was at 1340MHz and the 180 was at 1400MHz. I've even had the 180 as high as 1500 before (By accident too) and when I saw it, immediately rebooted to lower the multi before any damage was done.