Originally Posted by Touge180SX
You should actually set your RAM loose compared to recommended settings. Always OC the CPU first and lowering the RAM makes sure its the CPU causing problems and not the RAM. Then, with your RAM under OC'd, slowly raise your BClock using VTT and IOH to get stable. Once you found the max you would like, start raising your CPU Multi and adding VCore to to get it stable. Once you are satisfied with your CPU OC, then start with your RAM. Remember to have your DRAM Voltage at 1.65 and use more VTT to stabilize RAM. Also, make sure your Uncore Multi is double your Memory Multi (so 8x Mem Multi would be a 16x Uncore Multi).
follow that advice, I decided to leave my ram on Auto and not mess with it, it runs 1540mhz and 8-7-7-24 timings, stock timings are 8-8-824
so its running tighter than stock
im just gonna leave them, my PC is fast as it is, dont think id notice much difference at all from ram overclocking, then you gotta worry about stabilizing ram
anyone who has the SONAX-Fi installed with the creative console launcher installed, could you please open the Creative Console Launcher and see if it says Entertainment mode at the top or Game mode? Mine is on Entertainment, and I can't figure out how to change it to Game mode, i think that may be why I am not getting the desired sound thru games.
second edit: I found the ModChanger app in the SB X-FI MB folder in Program Files, however, when I launch it it says no Supported Device found Edited by 88EVGAFTW - 7/20/09 at 1:17am