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PLUS - just one other thing how to I change my ram timmings to 7-7-7-7-24?? what menu in bios is that in??

Thanks for the help dude
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ok so just to clarify as i dont want to crash my pc twice in one night... these setting are ok...?/

Cpu freq at (200x18)
Cur Ram freq 1600mhz
Cool and quiet : DISABLED
Cpu fsb freq : 210
Cpu ratio x18
Cpu Nb ratio LEAVE ALONE
Advanced clock calib AUTO
EC firmware NORMAL
Fsb/Dram ratio 1:4
Ht link speed Manual : 210
Auto disable Pci freq ENABLED
Spread spectrum DISABLED

and in CPU VDD voltage - change to 1.4v

Can you confirm these are ok please mate?
Change your CPU fsb freq from 210 to 200. Otherwise your CPU multiplier (16) times 210 will be 3.760Ghz, NOT 3.6. If you change the CPU fsb freq to 200, you'll be all set.

If it's a 955, the CPU-VDD Voltage should be 1.4v.

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PLUS - just one other thing how to I change my ram timmings to 7-7-7-7-24?? what menu in bios is that in??

Thanks for the help dude
In the Cell menu, select 'Advanced DRAM Configuration' and change 'DRAM Timing Mode' to both. Then change the first three (cas, trcd, trp) to 7, and then change tras to 24. You will have to do that again further down the list (two channels, two places to make adjustments).

Afterwards make sure you have set the voltage according to your RAM. I think it's either 1.6v or 1.65v, not sure. But, if you're overclocking your NB over 2400, you might want to add .05v extra to your RAM.

One last thing, at the bottom of the Cell menu, change 'spread spectrum' to disabled.

Good luck!

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Thanks marc.

Just changed everything to THIS! -

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...&postcount=240

and its idling at 40 (temps) ... on 3.8ghz!...

think i will run prime now to see how it goes.... anything else I need to do or is 3.8 a bit too much?
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bah!!!

just ran prime and after a couple of mins crashed (brown screen).

restarted and changed cpu multiplier to 18 (rather than 19)... which should give me 3.6???....
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is this the right set up for my ram also???

freq 666.7
fsb dram 3;10
cas latency 7
ras to cas TRCD 7
ras prechange TRP 7
cycle time Tras 24
Bank cycle time TRC 28
command rate 1t


any help would be great - so for so many posts
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bah!!!

just ran prime and after a couple of mins crashed (brown screen).

restarted and changed cpu multiplier to 18 (rather than 19)... which should give me 3.6???....
yes 200(HT reference clock)x18(multiplier)= 3.6Ghz
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yes 200(HT reference clock)x18(multiplier)= 3.6Ghz
same volts?

memory timings look ok?
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@pij - you should be fine running 18.5 x 200 (3.7Ghz) with 1.4v. Keep your RAM @ 1333Mhz (6.66 x 200Mhz = 1333Mhz) for now.

The volts @ 1.4v might be a bit strong for 3.6, but you can 'burn' the speed in with it, and then lower it after you've been running no problems for a few days. If you do it like this, inch it down little by little when you do, until it blue screens/crashes, then bump it back up one 'notch'.
Test for blue screening by running it for a day or so, if it doesn't at all with use, then you should be ok to inch it down one more 'notch'.

Once you have it stable, up your ram 'multi' to 1:4 (8.00 x 200Mhz = 1600Mhz). Then you should be in great shape, and good to go with your new speeds!

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The volts @ 1.4v might be a bit strong for 3.6, but you can 'burn' the speed in with it, and then lower it after you've been running no problems for a few days. If you do it like this, inch it down little by little when you do, until it blue screens/crashes, then bump it back up one 'notch'.
Test for blue screening by running it for a day or so, if it doesn't at all with use, then you should be ok to inch it down one more 'notch'.
Burning in is actually done @ stock speeds by lowering the voltage. untill it will go no lower stably and then torturing the heck out of it. Then you try to lower the vcore more and repeat until you cant go any lower.
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