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Right ive altered all the settings to what you just posted the only one i cannot do is the DRAM frequency the only option near 800MHz is 835MHz which is because i changed the Fsb Frequency to 333 as you said am i safe to run 835MHz as its rated at 800MHz isnt it or is it ok to overclock too the DDR2-835MHz
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I'll go ahed and answer that. 835 isnt that high of an overclock and should run stable for you. But just to be sure, you should run memtest for overclocked ram. You can find it in the download section here on OCN.
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post #23 of 29
FSB Strap to north bridge choose there to set your freq. and go adjust it with the dram freq. Thats the key of that.

@ericeod First we oc-ing the cpu,later on we will do the ram
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Thanks for all the help i'll try out Orthos again later and run a test again, also i had quick look at Orthos and Cpu-z after just changed settings and they have different Cpu speeds

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post #25 of 29
Thats because Orthos is basing the clock speed on the CPU-s default multi and the current FSB setting. CPU-Z is correct. It is taking your actual set multi into account.

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FSB Strap to north bridge choose there to set your freq. and go adjust it with the dram freq. Thats the key of that.

@ericeod First we oc-ing the cpu,later on we will do the ram
Sorry, I thought he was done with the CPU and was trying to run the memory as close to 800 as possible. Am I mistaken?
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Am I mistaken?
No man.Benchmarks dont show U what is the problem(when error shows); cpu or ram.That why we oc-ong first cpu than ram.Ok cheers
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post #27 of 29
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I run Orthos for about 30mins and Vista shutdown and reseted itself im quite suprised i thought E2200 would been stable at 3000MHz speed ive seen people clocking them quite abit more than that and when i had randomly checked my temp it was around 45-48

I was hoping to get Crysis running with reasonable settings and a ok frame rate with overclocking aswell the auto setup picks very high settings yet it doesnt run too good anyhow any ideas what could fix my system being unstable ?

Update may be not running its best as virus checker may have been updating in background i think as Crysis seems to be running quite good with high settings and x2 anti on atm ...and never had it crash aprt from running Orthos so it seems stable apart from when i use that.
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post #28 of 29
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I was saying; Transaction booster "OFF" ,Load line calibration "enabled",FSB frequency, set on "333".
Dram frequency set at "800" mhz,
In cpu advanced options disable "peci"
Everything else its ok.Try with 1.375 vcore now and run the tests,if it fails,increase little bit vcore.

This is for cpu tm fuction ;
CPU TM function – enable. Option affects CPU protection/throttle management to help you when you don’t realize you’re pushing your chip too hard. Its up to you.
What about read this? Or what about read that guide? Or what if happens that U must clear cmos?
R U prepared?U dont have a cooler to do higher clocks! Read the fxxxx guide man!!!!
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post #29 of 29
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Id forgot about that post with me trying to alter settings to match all newer suggestions that had been posted afterwards So i assume i need to up the vcore abit then i have all the other options you mentioned already set just uping the vcore i haven't tried.
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