Originally Posted by cbr600
Lol I'm so lost on all this I'm at 3.0 with just changing the mult. to 15x but if I even change the bus to 206 or 207 I fail prime in seconds. This odd even number crap whatever I'm just staying at 3.0 I think this is BS but prove me wrong please I will be first to rep you for it.
running 800's hum could be it there not sure though. if you crank your bios to 1066 will they run
IF YOU DIDN'T DO THAT DON'T
just seeing , you might of got gully
curious what is your ram at some ram may not take the bus speeds and then yes goto go to 15 but would you try using 201 mhz for bus on to it .
before you do that run 3d mark get a score
then run score at bus 201 with multiplier 15
tell me what happens prove me wrong I may need that
Also check voltage on ram 1.8 v might get you 3 to 4 mhz on bus clock
also check you timings on ram make sure they are right on your mem specs .sometimes taking them out of auto and use manual with you ram specs added helps and sometimes allot . Also ungained I found more stable then gained . find sb spread spectrum in bios and disable it .
you start using bus it will put some load on your ram
what is voltage on cpu
do you know you sweet spot on your voltage
with amd open move youre voltage up a bit and maybe down watch temps when they move the least and the time distance is the farthest appart try that voltage . I would try at it 3 ghz then it would be set for there and a little beyound. becareful though small jumps use arrow key not mouse any thing over a 2-4c jump in temp is not a good thing so remeber that but if stays a what ever 2 or 4 makes it for long time kept it . but make sure you idel is under 40 45 max when you do this then you know it will be around 50 or 55 max on a load really good if it is lower
never go over 1.5v unless you are a water guy and then I would say no
if you did this and no better I would not go any farther
give me what your running 15 m @ 3.0 v? actual speed of ram?
post a cpuz screen shot with ram speeds I will get dirty for you and do the math, it may not be perfect but it might get you closer then you are.