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I'll try out a couple of mine and see if I can get a scale for the amount of space/cooling required.
I emailed ThermalRight and they said these were compatible.
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Wow, a 33% improvement in the 3DMark06 score. Nice!
    
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wait, doesn't this chart basically say that 512MB yields the best performance?
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post #24 of 36
Hi

Gigabyte GA-MA78GM-S2H (780 Chipset) Rev1.0 Bios = F7
AMD X2 4200+ CPU
Onboard ATI HD3200 Video (512 mb shared Ram)
1x ADATA 2GB DDR800 RAM
Stock CPU fan + extra fan blowing on the NB Chip
Windows XP SP3

I want to increase the HT frequency as well to improve hardware acceleration of 1080i H264 HDTV. In terms of temperatures I'm not worried as the case has fairly good airflow and is usually about 25-35 degrees celcius.

I've tried the following overclock in bios
FSB = 220 (Increased from 200 default)
Multiplier = x10 (Decreased from x11 default)
VGA Core = 600 (Increased from 500 default)
Everything else = Auto

I'd really like to get the HT frequency up to around 1200. I don't want the VGA core/CPU any higher. I don't know how to setup RAM timings all the other setttings in bios. I am worried about overclocking my RAM, and I don't know [B]what settings I should use to get the HT up higher without overclocking the ram/cpu? And what timings should i use?
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Edited by Kiwijunglist - 5/26/09 at 10:16pm
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I've tried the following overclock in bios
FSB = 240
Multiplier = x10
VGA Core = 600
Everything else on Auto
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Edited by Kiwijunglist - 5/26/09 at 10:15pm
post #26 of 36
Why only increase the HT link speed? Changing it won't greatly alter your system's performance. You should modify your RAM multipier if you don't wish to change it also (it is linked to the HT speed). 1200 HT should be a snap for this motherboard, with it you should be able to get a few hundred extra mhz out of your CPU too.

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It's just an HTPC, the cpu is overkill only ever gets to 25-40% max that's why i lowered the multiplier with uping the fsb.
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Why only increase the HT link speed? Changing it won't greatly alter your system's performance. You should modify your RAM multipier if you don't wish to change it also (it is linked to the HT speed). 1200 HT should be a snap for this motherboard, with it you should be able to get a few hundred extra mhz out of your CPU too.

Fill out your system specs in your profile.
Increasing the HT clock improves the IGP's memory access. This is why SidePort models with dedicated memory show such improvement.
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It should speed up IGP without sideport memory (ie shared memory) too?
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I may not understand the chart correctly but I'm reading that you only went to 700MHz... I easily had mine to 900 something. I think I passed 1000 with .3 to the voltages.
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