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Your memory is underclocked by 200MHz. Raise one divider.
sorry for the noob question but by divider do you mean the 2.00d, 2.66d thing on the BIOS?
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sorry for the noob question but by divider do you mean the 2.00d, 2.66d thing on the BIOS?
No, on memory frequency you can set dividers such as 4:3, 2:1 and such. Use whichever one gets you closest to your stock RAM speeds.
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sorry for the noob question but by divider do you mean the 2.00d, 2.66d thing on the BIOS?

Yes, here's something I found on a quick google

http://www.thetechrepository.com/showthread.php?t=339
    
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No, on memory frequency you can set dividers such as 4:3, 2:1 and such. Use whichever one gets you closest to your stock RAM speeds.
I don't think I have that option, at least not that I can see it.
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Yes, here's something I found on a quick google

http://www.thetechrepository.com/showthread.php?t=339
So right now i have the strap to 2.00d with gives me 610 or 305mhz. If i change it to 2.66d it goes to 735 or 367mhz which of course is better...would that be the max i can get or is tgere something else i can do to get closer to 400mhz??
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So right now i have the strap to 2.00d with gives me 610 or 305mhz. If i change it to 2.66d it goes to 735 or 367mhz which of course is better...would that be the max i can get or is tgere something else i can do to get closer to 400mhz??
Can you set it at 3d?
post #3867 of 4653
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Can you set it at 3d?
Yes but it goes to about 900 something n it wont let me boot up
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Is the 1:1 ratio performance wise better or would it matter if i have the ram at a faster speed then the fsb?
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post #3870 of 4653
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Is the 1:1 ratio performance wise better or would it matter if i have the ram at a faster speed then the fsb?
There has been talk it's better, I personally don't see a difference. What you could do is tweak your processor multiplier so you run at 400FSB and your overclock.

For example: I run at 3.75GHz 12.5x multiplier. That's 300FSB. I could run at 400FSB, 9.5x multiplier for 400FSB.

Higher FSB does yield better results as the processor's internal cache runs at that speed. With that and 2:1 ratio your RAM would be running at stock speeds.
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