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Hi all!

I'm just wondering... I've OC'ed my pc a bit. CPU running at 2.6MHz @ 1.40VCore. FSB=260, CPU multi=10x, HT multi=5x and my HT Freq is running at 1300MHz. Memory @ 867MHz. Is 1300 not too much for the HT? It's running very stable with no issues, but I'm just wondering if I can keep it like this permanently. Also another noob question; How do I determine at what ratio my CPU:Mem is running? And how would I go about getting it 1:1.

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You're okay running the HT at 1300.... a lot of AM2 boards run well in the 1000-1400 range. Here is a good thread about ram dividers:

http://www.overclock.net/amd-memory/...-dividers.html

....according to the settings you have, you're running your ram at the 667 divider. There should be a setting in your BIOS to change it to DDR800.
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Cool! Thanks for that info. But if I run at DDR 800, the RAM would be clocked to 1040MHz, wich is way too high. Also, how do I know what the ratio is now?
    
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Actually, OCZ platinums can go that highish. I got mines at 1033, at 5-5-5-15 with the 2x2gb set too, you should try and experiment.
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Wow thats pretty cool. How long have you been running them like that?
    
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