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i have adjusted 3 things...the cpu clock, the nb frequency, and the ht link...thats it
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post #132 of 1106
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i have adjusted 3 things...the cpu clock, the nb frequency, and the ht link...thats it
Tonkpils37, great! Good job so far. Keep pushing that Athlon II. Try shooting for 3.7Ghz next

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post #133 of 1106
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Tonkpils37, other then your memory being overclocked by 100Mhz (as previously mentioned by mypcisugly) I really don't see anything else wrong. Have you had to increase the NB (chipset) voltage at all? I'm thinking when you get close to 260-270Mhz (HT Clock speed) that you'll probably need to start adding more voltaget. Make sure before going any further that you test for stability. Prime95 and OCCT have proven to be great tools for this.

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Mypcisugly, it's about time that feature was available in the OS!
what should i lower to get it down and whats a good setting for it?
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ok does this look better on the memory?
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ok does this look better on the memory?

look's great go to 251 on your bus speed then stress test it
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what should i lower to get it down and whats a good setting for it?
Tonkpils37, for ddr2-800 (400Mhz) I would recommend setting the divider to ddr2-533. This can be done through the bios. Running that divider should bring it below the stock speed of 400Mhz . Overclocked memory can sometimes cause stability issues so it's wise to eliminate that for the time being until you've found a stable cpu overclock. Bump up the HT Clock speed a bit more and and start testing

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Tonkpils37, for ddr2-800 (400Mhz) I would recommend setting the divider to ddr2-533. This can be done through the bios. Running that divider should bring it below the stock speed of 400Mhz . Overclocked memory can sometimes cause stability issues so it's wise to eliminate that for the time being until you've found a stable cpu overclock. Bump up the HT Clock speed a bit more and and start testing

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you mean 333mhz 533 would put him a 1066mhz ram speed lol
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you mean 333
Mypcisugly, that would be ddr2-667. His HT Clock speed is already at 250Mhz which I'm assuming would still put the memory frequency over stock if set to ddr2-667 in the bios.
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Mypcisugly, that would be ddr2-667. His HT Clock speed is already at 250Mhz which I'm assuming would still put the memory frequency over stock if set to ddr2-667 in the bios.

ohh ok ..i was seeing it in a different way...
like if i want 3.6 on my x250 i would go to bios and set memory at 333 then the
added extra bump from bus speed from 200 to 240 would put my memory at 400 witch = 800ddr2
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ohh ok ..i was seeing it in a different way...
like if i want 3.6 on my x250 i would go to bios and set memory at 333 then the
added extra bump from bus speed from 200 to 240 would put my memory at 400 witch = 800ddr2
Mypcisugly, my math is quite poor when it comes to memory dividers but I understand what you're saying. Always need to compensate a bit for the HT Clock speed

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