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is there any real difference from running from 800ish to 1066? like i mean anything i will notice. or is it just easier for it to operate?
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post #22 of 56
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is there any real difference from running from 800ish to 1066? like i mean anything i will notice. or is it just easier for it to operate?
Noticeable - Barely, if at all.

You WILL see an improvement in benchmarks though. SuperPi, PC Mark, ect..

And it won't be easier for it to operate. In fact, you will be running much cooler at 2.0v/800MHz than 2.1v/1066MHz. But, since you purchased 1066MHz ram, there's no reason to run it at 800.

Just pump the extra +0.1v.
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post #23 of 56
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oh i am! and im gonna give a lil love to the cpu and heat sink, ive decided to lap it tonight...
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post #24 of 56
you will see improvement if your fsb is 1:1 to your ram. but like .drift said only really noticeable in benchmarks.
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oh i am! and im gonna give a lil love to the cpu and heat sink, ive decided to lap it tonight...
Ohh, should be fun!

PICTURES!
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post #26 of 56
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how do i accomplish that? 1:1 that is what setting should i look at?
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post #27 of 56
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will do on the pics!! my comp is running like 40 something idle and a small program bumps it up into the 50 it's burning up ...
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post #28 of 56
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heres some pics of the rig from last night tuning...
http://s207.photobucket.com/albums/b...2043/computer/
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post #29 of 56
1:1 is your the clock ratio between your clock frequency before its quadpumped and your ram frequency, so if your fsb is 200mhz then you would set your ram at 400mhz to get a 1:1 ratio, you double the fsb to get your ram frequency. if you overclock your fsb to 333 you would set your ram to 667, 400 fsb for 800mhz ram and so on and so forth. not all people do this as the performance increase isnt substantial but it is an increase none the less, it increases performance by synchronizing your cpu with your ram so your ram doesnt have to wait for your cpu to transfer data. I doubt youll run your fsb at 533 so I wouldnt worry about it, just set your ram to 1066 and use it to its full potential
post #30 of 56
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heres some pics of the rig from last night tuning...
http://s207.photobucket.com/albums/b...2043/computer/
That's looking good man!

and 1:1 simply means your ram is running at the same frequency as your fsb - without using any dividers. Right now, we're just trying to get you stable. Once everything is working as it should, then we can focus freely on overclocking your memory, as well as your processor.

Edit: Mattb has a better explanation of the situation.
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