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post #1491 of 4653
Normally you need looser timings when using higher ram frequencies.It's not related to
the FSB:RAM ratio.But be aware that some ratios might not work with some oc.
For example when I oc with 12.5 multi,my ram doees not like 4:3(1.33) ratio.

P.S. thanks for the rep Kinglaiho!!
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thanks for rep dude!

as far as i know, dividers do not dictate whether your timings will get loose... there are some mems that i know that can do ddr1100+ but with 5-6-6-18... for that is loose already... others consider 5-5-5-15 as loose already as some people have rams that can do 5-4-4-12 at ddr1066+

im kinda new to intel overclocking, i am very much used to s939s and s754 procies... hehehe =)

you may try setting up your timings to 5-5-5-15 2t then work your way up to the max stable oc that you have then from there try to tighten the timings...

for dividers, im not pretty sure about this but it seems some dividers produce better results in superpi and 3dmark06... but not that much, but still, a difference is a difference... =)
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it just boils down to your preference whether to run a high multi x low fsb or high fsb x low multi =) for me i am running 330x11 on my e5200 now just to check if it can handle high fsb setting.. =)
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dunno if this is the right place to be askin these questions...

but yeah i have been doing some reading here and there (mainly at work lol) and i was reading that if a CPU can handle a certain frequency (eg 3.5), that the multi doesn't really matter (ie it can be 350x10 or 280x12.5). I haven't tried this yet, but i was curious as whether this is known to be true. Which leads me to question 2!. If you have a lower multiplier and higher FSB, that means that in keepinga 1:1 divider ratio thingo, that your RAM will be operating faster, meaning better performance? Therefore a lower multiplier(and higher FSB) means better performance at the same overall frequency (3.5)?

Sorry for the nub questions. Will +rep good answers.
Depends on the chip. Take mine for example. I can't get my CPU's internal FSB to go over 310. With that being said. I'm currently testing 305 x 12.5 for 3.81Ghz. 318 x 12 = no post for me. So FSB does mater. Some chips not so much, just really depends on what you are OCing.
    
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Depends on the chip. Take mine for example. I can't get my CPU's internal FSB to go over 310. With that being said. I'm currently testing 305 x 12.5 for 3.81Ghz. 318 x 12 = no post for me. So FSB does mater. Some chips not so much, just really depends on what you are OCing.
Thanks for your answer! +rep

I'm seeing that the whole business of overclocking is quite the balancing act lol.
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Overclocking is more an art form then it is math. Though, there is a lot of math involved.



@ Glussier, during your 'burnin', are you just running your machine @ 1.5v+ or are you stress testing during those couple hours?
    
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im kinda new to intel overclocking, i am very much used to s939s and s754 procies... hehehe =)
Oh yeah I killed my old 3800+ trying to get to 3ghz hahahaha. That thing would like idle at 80degrees.

Update: Couldn't get stable at 4ghz + so I just settled for 3.8ghz haha 331 x 11.5

Passed 2hours OCCT now running Orthos while I'm at work.

Post screenshots tonight.

I WANT 4GHZ!
    
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haha too much is never enough aye

i've thought about overclocking my work comp
it's currently running at 2.13GHz

great way to piss off IT
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haha too much is never enough aye

i've thought about overclocking my work comp
it's currently running at 2.13GHz

great way to piss off IT
Better watch out

When IT hits, they hit hard

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3.81Ghz, very stable. No burnin yet.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=505639

Currantly running DDR2 @ 813 4-4-4-12 2.2v
Gonna try 1220 when I can put my fans back on.

vcore 1.424v no vdroop
NB 1.50V 54C
SB 1.35V 55C

Load temp was 64C with CPU fan on low. Forgot to turn up fan.
    
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