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I would not use the OC SW but rather go into the BIOS and the Guru settings there... Manual control is generally best overall...
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I would not use the OC SW but rather go into the BIOS and the Guru settings there... Manual control is generally best overall...
Yeah I decided not to use the software since it kept shutting my pc off automatically, I also ran memtest v 3.2 for over an hour, I ran the defaul test 2x test #4 1x test #5 3x test #6 3x and test #8 2x they all passed.

what do you guys consider me to do now to overclock? I got my timmings at 2.5-4-4-7 pretty stable with everything else on default including voltages and the ht frequency is set at 3x
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If you know where the Mem (4x modules) is maxing out and you know where the CPU is try and run some dividers and up the FSB (HT) to get both working together... it will be a matter of trying various options as on paper it may look good but some combinations just do not work for a particular setup.

Set a target OC and get that really stable, then try going up from there all takes time
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If you know where the Mem (4x modules) is maxing out and you know where the CPU is try and run some dividers and up the FSB (HT) to get both working together... it will be a matter of trying various options as on paper it may look good but some combinations just do not work for a particular setup.

Set a target OC and get that really stable, then try going up from there all takes time
Alrighty, and about the dividers default is ddr400 should I set it at ddr333? 433? 500 or what?
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ok I just up my HTT to 230mhz w/ 1.5V and it seems pretty stable my ram is running all on auto and the memory frequency is 188mhz, overall im at 2ghz does the top info look good?

alrighty I guess the top info is not stable I just started up dod:source and my pc turned off showing a blue screen with a memory error D:

I just went into bios and changed my memory info to ddr400 2.5-4-4-7 the voltage at 2.65 and the frequency is running at 230mhz let me see if i can play dod: source now w/ no errors...(mem error appeared)

argh, my system crashed and I had to reset cmos..I'm still using 2.5-4-4-7 the fsb is at 210mhz let me see if it can acctually run dod source now...
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Wow, I need someone to come down to my house and help me overclock man My computer isn't stable at all, I try to keep it in a divider but half the time I don't even know what I'm doing. I might just leave it stock at 1.8, I can play any game on maximum w/ no problem so why overclock I guess, I'll upgrade to an amd 4000 later on.
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