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post #2041 of 4653
i am very cool now 46/47 in orthos 50-60 in intelburntest,3.5ghz 1.36v i dont know why i guess its cuase i was movving my bro n i took the ocmputer and it prolly got about 20-30 degrees, so that made a chem reaction with as5 and made me 10-c .. so if u have ac5, put your computer in the freezer for 4-5 hours take it out n ull notice a difference. even when its fully warmed up.
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i am very cool now 46/47 in orthos 50-60 in intelburntest,3.5ghz 1.36v i dont know why i guess its cuase i was movving my bro n i took the ocmputer and it prolly got about 20-30 degrees, so that made a chem reaction with as5 and made me 10-c .. so if u have ac5, put your computer in the freezer for 4-5 hours take it out n ull notice a difference. even when its fully warmed up.

Ummm, I would not suggest that with AS5. AS5 is not made for freezing temps. It will harden and crack. That's why peeps use ceramic paste for LN2 and DICE runs.
    
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post #2043 of 4653
Hi, I'm new to the forum and I'm going to be rude and fire off a question in my first post!

I'm ordering an Asus P5QL-E and E5200 and hoping to get it to sit around 3.3GHz.

Basically, is it worth getting 2*2Gb OCZ 8500 Reaper (1066) or keeping my 2Gb of Geil 6400 (800)?

My reasoning (which could be well off the mark) is that 1066 will surely be a 1:1 ratio if I clock my cpu at 266fsb x 12.5? (3.3Ghz)
Is that right? Or am I getting confused and dribbling nonsense?

If I'm going to be underclocking the 1066 then I may as well spend that on an AC Freezer 7.


Thanks
Edited by crushedlizard - 3/19/09 at 6:17pm
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Originally Posted by crushedlizard View Post
Hi, I'm new to the forum and I'm going to be rude and fire off a question in my first post!

I'm ordering an Asus P5QL-E and E5200 and hoping to get it to sit around 3.3GHz.

Basically, is it worth getting 2*2Gb OCZ 8500 Reaper (1066) or keeping my 2Gb of Geil 6400 (800)?

My reasoning (which could be well off the mark) is that 1066 will surely be a 1:1 ratio if I clock my cpu at 266fsb x 12.5? (3.3Ghz)
Is that right? Or am I getting confused and dribbling nonsense?

If I'm going to be underclocking the 1066 then I may as well spend that on an AC Freezer 7.


Thanks
A CPU FSB of 266 and Ram 1066 = 1:2 ratio, which will completely flood the CPU FSB bandwidth. Most PC8500 ram is just overclocked PC6400.
    
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Originally Posted by crushedlizard View Post
Hi, I'm new to the forum and I'm going to be rude and fire off a question in my first post!

I'm ordering an Asus P5QL-E and E5200 and hoping to get it to sit around 3.3GHz.

Basically, is it worth getting 2*2Gb OCZ 8500 Reaper (1066) or keeping my 2Gb of Geil 6400 (800)?

My reasoning (which could be well off the mark) is that 1066 will surely be a 1:1 ratio if I clock my cpu at 266fsb x 12.5? (3.3Ghz)
Is that right? Or am I getting confused and dribbling nonsense?

If I'm going to be underclocking the 1066 then I may as well spend that on an AC Freezer 7.


Thanks

You should be good with the geil 800. You would have to run 400 FSB OC to run 1:1 at DDR2 800. With the 800 ram, you could run a 333 FSB with a 5:6 divier and still be at DDR2 800. I personally have had the best ram performance running the 5:6 divider.
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post #2046 of 4653
flood the cpu bandwith what do u mean, i get better performance if im at a 1:2 ratio, id go for the more mhz clocked ram becuase it is flexable at higher speeds rather than 6400, can only go up to 1000 maybe a little more then that then 1066 ram can be clocked to 1200 . anyway. id personally go with the 1066 ram.. the e5200 has a high multi so even if your running your fsb at 1200 and your ram at 1200 or your fsb at 1066 andram at 1066. that is better then running at. well iv made my self comfused. jsut get then 1066 its more $ prolly but it will be more flexable for later..
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A CPU FSB of 266 and Ram 1066 = 1:2 ratio, which will completely flood the CPU FSB bandwidth. Most PC8500 ram is just overclocked PC6400.


Cheers, I had a feeling I had it wrong. I thought I had understood it all, but alas I have failed!

How did you work out the ratio? I've clearly got it completely wrong! lol
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Cheers, I had a feeling I had it wrong. I thought I had understood it all, but alas I have failed!

How did you work out the ratio? I've clearly got it completely wrong! lol

DDR2 is double data rate. So DDR2 800 (800/2) runs at 400MHz. With a 1:2 divider, it is 2/1 = 2. So take the actual FSB of 200 (stock for the E5200) and multiply by 2 = 400MHz. That is the actual MHz speed the ram is running at with 1:2 divider. So to change it to DDR2 it is (400 x 2) = 800.

At 266 FSB, it is 266 x 2 = 532MHz... 532 x 2 = DDR2 1064
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post #2049 of 4653
Thanks, sorry I was just about to edit my post. I dont know how I got that wrong! I didn't do the 1066/266 bit duuuuh

I did
1066/533 = 2
1066/266 = 4

1:2

Thanks for the quick replies people!

EDIT: So by the sounds of it, ratio has different effects on different people? I gues I'll see how I get on with the Geil and go from there. I'll let you all know how it goes.
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post #2050 of 4653
flood the cpu bandwith what do u mean, i get better performance if im at a 1:2 ratio, id go for the more mhz clocked ram becuase it is flexable at higher speeds rather than 6400, can only go up to 1000 maybe a little more then that then 1066 ram can be clocked to 1200 . anyway. id personally go with the 1066 ram.. the e5200 has a high multi so even if your running your fsb at 1200 and your ram at 1200 or your fsb at 1066 andram at 1066. that is better then running at. well iv made my self comfused. jsut get then 1066 its more $ prolly but it will be more flexable for later..
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