Originally Posted by -n7-
What are you running for CPU?
9x378 = 3402 MHz or 8x425 = 3400 MHz?
If 9x378, then:
3:4 = DDR2-1008
2:3 = DDR2-1134
If 8x425, then:
4:5 = DDR2-1063
Up to you...
The UD3P lists the memory dividers as "SPD Multiplier", so 3:4 divider is listed in UD3P as 1.33, the 2:3 divider is listed as 1.50 and the 4:5 divider is listed as 1.25.
Originally Posted by 2qwik2katch
Use the X.M.P. memory profile. That should auto overclock to the specs it says on the memory.
This is a bad idea IMO. Once you OC the FSB, it isnt that easy to just use the EPP memory profile. it is always best to set the timings and speed manually.