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post #11 of 38
I would definately not adjust the voltage, you are asking for trouble, I got my 3200 up to 2.64 without voltage increase and i have cheap ram. Just use the memory lock on the frequency to either 166 or 133 mhz and then overclock the CPU some more, you may want to also look into a better HSF combo to keep your temps lower. Mine stays around 32 c under load with a Thermaltake SilentBoost. Good luck
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Just checked into my bios for the Memory value and it wont go below 200. I'll try and get some more cooling asap i'm waiting for my 120mm fans to come in anyways. Thanks for the other tips guys i'll try the ram timing and see if that will yield anymore results.

And the volts on my ram are currently at 2.6
post #13 of 38
that's strange it will not boot 166 divider. Can you check that with cpu-z ( or everest).

I can understand 133 being a no go, but not 166. If you set it 166, your ram should be running about 189-195mhz.

if you want to run 1:1 then I would set the ram volts to 2.7, This is not going to hurt anything, very slight increase. As long as the case cooling is up to it, you should be fine. OR if your mobo has a option that says "DDR ref Volt" set it to 1.27 and leave the other at 2.6, should do about the same thing.

those freaking MSI are a dog to overclock
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sorry i must have looked at my biostar mobo lol. yes the MSI board overclock but will not boot or if it does it just freezes up. 2.7v 2.5-3-7-3 2T timing. That's with 166mhz. Guess i'll just wait on my fans to come in to try and bump it up anymore
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You may want to loosen those timings and give it another roll, something on the order of 2.5-4-4-8-4 2T. Give it a shot and let us know if it works.
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with a 166mhz?
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You may want to loosen those timings and give it another roll, something on the order of 2.5-4-4-8-4 2T. Give it a shot and let us know if it works.
nix that, I didn't realize those timings were stable @ 200. Is your problem now that it's not booting?
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nix that, I didn't realize those timings were stable @ 200. Is your problem now that it's not booting?


I found that to be strange also. It might not have timings for 166, if you download cpu-z it will show what timing to put for a stock 166 boot.

Did you change anything else?
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no nothing else has been changed. I'll post up a cpu-z s/s in one second
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