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post #3851 of 4653
Sadly I can't get mine past 3 Ghz, tried so many voltage combinations.
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I added the heatsink to my profile....but its the Freezer Pro 7....2 more question, I have the heatsink facing towards the back case fan, is that a good idea or should I put it facing the front of the case? Do you guys think I can overclock my ram or are they not capable of overclocking?
Stabilize your CPU OC first. Only OC one component at a time. When your satisfied with your CPU OC then move on to your memory. Worry more about your CPU OC, it will yield a higher benefit then memory OC will.
    
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I added the heatsink to my profile....but its the Freezer Pro 7....2 more question, I have the heatsink facing towards the back case fan, is that a good idea or should I put it facing the front of the case? Do you guys think I can overclock my ram or are they not capable of overclocking?
Corsair RAM should overclock well. Facing toward the back is the best idea. As for RAM overclocking, try for the highest frequency before becoming unstable. Then, lower the timings on the highest frequency you hit. To test for stability I use Prime95 on Blend mode.
post #3854 of 4653
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Stabilize your CPU OC first. Only OC one component at a time. When your satisfied with your CPU OC then move on to your memory. Worry more about your CPU OC, it will yield a higher benefit then memory OC will.
Thanx, Im actually satisfied with 3.5ghz OC.....So thats. Why Im looking into maybe overclocking the ram.....but also from my screenies do you think I should keep my ram:fsb ratio 1:1 or change it?
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So I'll keep the heatsink fan facing to the back....when you guys say change the timing thats the 5-5-5-18 sequence right? Anytime i do changes to that my system wont boot. The recommended voltage for my ram is 1.9 and thats what i ve it on, is there any other voltage setting i might have to change? Other then the vcore everything is. set to auto...
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Post a pic of the SPD tab in CPUz
    
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post #3857 of 4653
I did, its on the previous page pn my first post :-)

Edit: sorry i noticed u said "speed" ok I'll post that up. as soon as i get on my pc.
Edited by elsocplayer - 10/18/09 at 9:14pm
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post #3858 of 4653
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I did, its on the previous page pn my first post :-)

Edit: sorry i noticed u said "speed" ok I'll post that up. as soon as i get on my pc.
No. You posted CPU and Memory tabs. I need to see the SPD tab.
    
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post #3859 of 4653
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No. You posted CPU and Memory tabs. I need to see the SPD tab.
Yeah that's why I edited my post after I noticed.....anyway, here you go
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post #3860 of 4653
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Yeah that's why I edited my post after I noticed.....anyway, here you go
Your memory is underclocked by 200MHz. Raise one divider.
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