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I need memory Help... When following the guide... it say to set these settings

Clock Speed @ 200
CPU Multi @ 10x
HT Mutli @ 5x
CPU Voltage @ 1.5v
Memory Settings @ DDR2 800
Memory Timings @ 4-4-4-12-24-2T

I dont boot at these settings.. I also did not put my vcore at 1.5v it is 1.3 stock.. does it really need to be a 1.5v?

My memory has these timings 5-5-5-12-T1..

So should I leave them where they are.... I a bit lost with the memory...
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I need memory Help... When following the guide... it say to set these settings

Clock Speed @ 200
CPU Multi @ 10x
HT Mutli @ 5x
CPU Voltage @ 1.5v
Memory Settings @ DDR2 800
Memory Timings @ 4-4-4-12-24-2T

I dont boot at these settings.. I also did not put my vcore at 1.5v it is 1.3 stock.. does it really need to be a 1.5v?

My memory has these timings 5-5-5-12-T1..

So should I leave them where they are.... I a bit lost with the memory...
Sentry, those memory timings are fine. What is the current frequency speed of your memory? If you could post CPU-Z screenshots of each tab that would probably help us out a lot.
Setting the vcore to a higher value is only needed if your running into stability issues while overclocking your processor.

Let us know

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Sentry, your memory frequency may be to high. Right now your 15mhz overclocked and that might be the cause of your stability issues. If you can change the divider and run the memory at a lower speed.. Also try changing your HT multiplier to 5x. Apparently AM2 processors overclock well between HT speeds of 1200-1400mhz.

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Stock
Core Speed is 11x 200 = 2200, HT Link 5x 200 = 1000, Memory at 367, Stock Mem Times

Current Settings
Core Speed is 11x 226 = 2486, HT Link 4x 226 = 904, Memory at 415, Stock Mem Times

I Changed to
Core Speed is 11x 226 = 2486, HT Link 5x = 1130, Memory at 415, Stock Mem Times, N-Chipset +0.1v, DRR2v +0.1, Hoping this helps...
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I Changed to
Core Speed is 11x 226 = 2486, HT Link 5x = 1130, Memory at 415, Stock Mem Times, N-Chipset +0.1v, DRR2v +0.1, Hoping this helps...
Sentry, trying changing the memory divider. You might need to run a lower memory frequency. For testing purposes I would do this until you found a safe processor overclock. Play with the memory later.

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I think I have gone as far as I can at the time
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I think I have gone as far as I can at the time
Sentry, were you able to drop the memory frequency and up the HTT (reference clock)?

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post #29 of 43
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Hmm... not that I can think of.. unless their is something else I can do... I know that the CPU Multi controls the Memory Freq. Here is a list of settings and resualts I will get. All of witch I can run at HT 5x or 4x.

CPU Multi * Ref Clock = CPU Speed @ Memory Freq
10x 201 = 2010 @ 402
10x 202 = 2020 @ 404
10x 203 = 2030 @ 406
10x 204 = 2040 @ 408
10x 205 = 2050 @ 410
10x 206 = 2060 @ 412
10x 207 = 2070 @ 414
10x 208 = 2080 @ 416
10x 209 = 2090 @ 418
10x 210 = 2100 @ 420
10x 211 = 2110 @ 422
10x 212 = 2120 @ 424
10x 213 = 2130 @ 426
10x 214 = 2140 @ 428
10x 215 = 2150 @ 430
10x 216 = 2160 @ 432
10x 217 = 2170 @ 434
10x 218 = 2180 @ 436
10x 219 = 2190 @ 438
10x 220 = 2200 @ 440
10x 221 = 2210 @ 442
10x 222 = 2220 @ 444
10x 223 = 2230 @ 446
10x 224 = 2240 @ 448
10x 225 = 2250 @ 450
10x 226 = 2260 @ 452
10x 227 = 2270 @ 454
10x 228 = 2280 @ 456
10x 229 = 2290 @ 458
10x 230 = 2300 @ 460

11x 201 = 2211 @ 369
11x 202 = 2222 @ 371
11x 203 = 2233 @ 373
11x 204 = 2244 @ 374
11x 205 = 2255 @ 376
11x 206 = 2266 @ 378
11x 207 = 2277 @ 380
11x 208 = 2288 @ 382
11x 209 = 2299 @ 384
11x 210 = 2310 @ 385
11x 211 = 2321 @ 387
11x 212 = 2332 @ 389
11x 213 = 2343 @ 391
11x 214 = 2354 @ 393
11x 215 = 2365 @ 395
11x 216 = 2376 @ 396
11x 217 = 2387 @ 398
11x 218 = 2398 @ 400
11x 219 = 2409 @ 402
11x 220 = 2420 @ 404
11x 221 = 2431 @ 406
11x 222 = 2442 @ 407
11x 223 = 2453 @ 409
11x 224 = 2464 @ 411
11x 225 = 2475 @ 413
11x 226 = 2486 @ 415

Unless you wanting me to drop setting of the memory clock from DDR2 800 to 667.. witch I don't think is right..
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post #30 of 43
I go with the others, use bios for ocing, DO not use NTUNE.
I also think 2.7 good happen.
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