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NB HT speed (HyperTransport) @ Auto mode
set to to 4x or 800mhz. Which ever one is there.

what speed of ram do you have?

lastly, could you post a cpuz screenshot of your current OC? it helps us help you
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and, just to change from Auto to 4x? not to change the FSB or something?

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Once you change the HT speed and lower your ram speed, you will be able to bump the fsb higher.

From your second pic, I assume you have 667 ram. In your bios, lower it to 533
Edited by MRHANDS - 12/21/08 at 12:14pm
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Once you change the HT speed and lower your ram speed, you will be able to bump the fsb higher.

From your second pic, I assume you have 667 ram. In your bios, lower it to 533

Hey, I only did the x4 to the HT, because I didn't find the ram thing.
the only thing I've got at this tab in the bios for ram, is the Memory Voltage and it set to 1.950V

Anyways I only changed the HT to x4, And raised the FSB to 250, and it gave me 2875 MHz.
And I've got some questions:
1. Is it bad that I didn't change the ram thing? can it hurt my pc?
2. does the 2.88 GHz with stock heat sink can be a problem?

I'll run OCCT stability test to see the temperatures and if it's stable.
thank you very much +rep.

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If you have cheap-o ram or ram without heatsinks, it could cause problems since you're overclocking them along with the cpu when you raise the fsb.

I wouldn't let the CPU climb higher than 60c
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Well. OCCT Crashed, Temperatures were like 60C.
So I downclocked in a bit. back to 2.76 GHz.
I'll continue to 2.85GHz as soon as I'll get my new ZALMAN CNPS9500 LED ( hope it will help )
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post #17 of 22
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I Found it,
Voltage etc weren't lock.

Here it comes:

NPT Vid Control ( CPU voltage ) @ 1,325v
NPT Fid Control (CPU multiplier) @ Auto mode
NB HT speed (HyperTransport) @ Auto mode
PCIE Clock @ 100MHz
CPU Freq @ 240

And this gives me 2760.21 MHz.
I tried to combinate, to raise the voltage to 1.350v, change the NB HT Speed to x11, but nothing worked.

Please let me know the right combination to reach 2.8 GHz.
And please write it clearly because i'm newbie at Overclocking and I get confused really easy =D

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Hi, i just recently overclocked my 4400 to 2.7ghz aswell, and everythings running stable. I spent hours trying to get the fsb on or over 225mhz, it would boot into windows but the cpu wasnt responding to commands (i.e load far cry 2). Im now testing up to 240mhz, and as mr hands said, its all down to HT. If you have the option of reducing the HT Multiplier down to x4, in turn the more fsb can be increased. It seems the ht doesnt like being above 1000mhz. Also iv never changed the voltage, sitting at 1.3 volts. Hope this helps.
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Once you change the HT speed and lower your ram speed, you will be able to bump the fsb higher.

From your second pic, I assume you have 667 ram. In your bios, lower it to 533
how do I do it?

I tell you what, my fbs are 245 x 11.5

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When I lowered the HT Link to x4 , and higher the FBS to 250, I had 2.88 GHz, but it was not stable. I Ran OCCT test and it crashed, Any Idea how to stabilize it? also if you recommend me to change ram thing, please tell me how to, I've got no idea.

Also the vcore is set to Auto. is it wrong?
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how do I do it?

I tell you what, my fbs are 245 x 11.5

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When I lowered the HT Link to x4 , and higher the FBS to 250, I had 2.88 GHz, but it was not stable. I Ran OCCT test and it crashed, Any Idea how to stabilize it? also if you recommend me to change ram thing, please tell me how to, I've got no idea.

Also the vcore is set to Auto. is it wrong?
Its more than likely that you have pushed the cpu as far as it is going to go to be honest. Every cpu overclocks differently, ive seen people overclock up to 3.0ghz with the correct cooling and voltage settings. There is other people who have only gained 200 mhz sitting at 2.5ghz. No 2 cpus are the same. You have basically covered all the angles except 1. The 4400+ Brisbane board allows voltages of 1.3(stock) 1.325, 1.350 and 1.375. You can try increasing it to one of the above and in turn up the fsb, but keep checking the temp, the more voltage the more heat u will get. max operating temp for the brisbane is 55c to 68c under full load.
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p11ma, youre doing a fantastic job. From the looks of it, the only thing you can do to try to make it stable is what toot suggested, and up the volts.
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