Originally Posted by AMD_Lynx
havent pushed ram past it s stock limits yet, and upgrading it was next on the cards. A mate told me to drop the ram down, and let it go back up as the HTT increased.
Your doing good to stabilize the CPU OC first, then the RAM.
But RAM speed is not going to rise with the HT. Just keep the HT at or near 2GHz and forget it. Yes, it will continue to rise as Ref Clock goes up, just change setting/multi to keep it near 2GHz.
RAM speed will only increase when you increase the Ref Clock, or bump the divider/ratio/mhz (whatever your RAM option in BIOS is).
At least get it up to ~400MHz if your using DDR2-800. Right now its severely underclocked at ~245MHz.
Messing with the Ref Clock, you probably wont land right on 400MHz but you can get pretty close by playing with the divider. Might end up a bit under 400 but let it go over if your system will let you. You will be very pleased with the results. Probably will have to relax the timings to get it to boot and/or run at higher speeds but then you can go back and tweak those. Dont freak if you see the RAM running at like 560MHz, as long as you havent overvolted it, your fine. And if you've gotten far enough to actually see it run that high, well, your doing pretty good.
Nice results on the CPU OC... Good Luck!Edited by Baskt_Case - 10/23/10 at 2:05am