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hello, i am currently overclocking my ram to see the difference between tight timmings and high clock frequencies. since i am overclocking fsb i have to lower my cpu multi to keep it from running over 3.3ghz. my ht link is at 1.5ghz now because i havent lowered its multi yet. what do you think i should stop my ht link at?

cpu: AMD athlon x2 4600+ dual core (windsor)
arcitecture: 90nm
model: 3
stepping: 3
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hello, i am currently overclocking my ram to see the difference between tight timmings and high clock frequencies. since i am overclocking fsb i have to lower my cpu multi to keep it from running over 3.3ghz. my ht link is at 1.5ghz now because i havent lowered its multi yet. what do you think i should stop my ht link at?

cpu: AMD athlon x2 4600+ dual core (windsor)
arcitecture: 90nm
model: 3
stepping: 3
Most people will recommend keeping it at about 1000.
I've had luck though at about where you are, but a different Mobo and CPU.
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Your maximum ht depends on your motherboard.

So you have to find it out by yourself... use this guide for oc'ing I think you should find it in here: http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ocket-am2.html

Otherwise use this guide by blitz6804:

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The way I recommend to do it (modified from its native 939-centric format):

1) Reduce CPU multiplier to 5x, reduce HT Link to 2x, reduce RAM to DDR2 400
2) Increase the HTT by 5 MHz
3) Run Orthos blend priority 9 for 30 minutes
4) If it passes, go to step 2; if it fails go to step 5
5) Subtract 10 MHz from the HTT you just tried and write that number down as "Max HTT"
6) Return HTT to 200, increase memory to DDR2 800
7) Increase the HTT by 1 MHz
8) Run Orthos blend priority 9 for 30 minutes
9) If it passes, go to step 7; if it fails go to step 10
10) Subtract 2 MHz from the HTT you just tried and write it down as "Max RAM"*
11) Return the HTT to 200 and the RAM to DDR2 400, then set the CPU multiplier to its default 14x
12) Increase the HTT by 5 MHz
13) Run Orthos small FFT priority 10 for 30 minutes**
14) If it passes, go to step 12; if it fails go to step 14; NOTE: if you are at your "Max HTT" as found in step 5, and miraculously it is still stable, revert to step 11 using 15x this time.
15) Subtract 10 MHz from the HTT you just tried, multiply it by the multiplier in step 11, and write it down as "Max CPU"
16) Return the HTT to 200 and the CPU multiplier to 5x, change the HT Link to 5x
17) Increase the HTT by 5 MHz
18) Run Orthos 30 minutes
19) If it passes, go to step 16; if it fails go to step 20
20) Subtract 10 MHz from the HTT you just tried, multiply it by 5, and write it down as "Max HyperTransport"

With the maximum HTT, CPU speed, and RAM speed, you should be able to get a fairly accurate idea of where you stand. Yes, I understand this way will take all day, but it would give to the best picture of where you stand. You could, if you want to save time, use a shorter period of Orthos or run OCCT custom test of 20 minutes instead. You may not be as stable and will need a little more adjustment on the other end, but you will save some time.


* Maximum RAM for those timings and voltage. Loosening timings tends to increase this value. Tightening timings tends to decrease this value. Increasing voltage tends to increase this value. Decreasing voltages tends to decrease this value. The effects are inelastically additive. A similar argument exists for CPU Voltage. Only increase voltages as necessary for final stability. (I like to try to keep them stock whenever able to.)

** This will also generate the second hottest CPU temperature capable. The only program that is hotter is S&M 1.9.2. It is slightly warmer than SMP Folding.
Source: http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/40...-begins-3.html


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