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Well, I think i'm going towards the max of my fsb. 480 atm.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=465583


Ain't bad, but the mem timings (auto in bios) are just bad, I mean that could be tighter right?

Now just find the fsb-wall, then start to lower timings or what should I do?

Thanks!
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Now that you've got your FSB up... play with it until you find the best, mulitplier/FSB combination.

Once you get that dialed in, bring your RAM and HT up to stock speeds, then slowly increase them.

Use CPU-z to find the SPD(correct acronym?) settings, AKA stock speed for your RAM. Manually set it to that, and then play with dividers and timings until it's stable and you're set.
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Ya, find the max overclock you want. Then tighten th eram timings. Also try to use 1:1 multiplier.
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