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does this mean the FSBRAM ratio is 1:1 or 1:11.

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post #2 of 34
Yep, 1:1.

Edit: I took another look at it and I just noticed it says CPU/11. It's got to be a bug with the program. Try version 1.3 see if it still says it.
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Uhh... it should be 1:1, assuming you are running at stock frequency (~200MHz FSB). I think that's a bug with older versions of CPU-Z - you might want to try downloading the newest version.

EDIT: Chim3ra beat me to it...
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When i overclock it changes to 17 or 15. Do you reckon thats also a bug.

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The new version still says CPU/11.

Do you know what the problem could possibly be,

I have been trying to find the answer on forums for 6 hoours now, and have got nowhere!!!!
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What is your FSB: DRAM set to in your BIOS? I'm suspecting it's probably on Auto or something to that effect. Unless you are running a divider it should remain on a 1:1 as you overclock.

Go into your BIOS and ensure your FSB: DRAM setting is set to DDR400 to maintain a 1:1 ratio.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chim3ra
What is your FSB: DRAM set to in your BIOS? I'm suspecting it's probably on Auto or something to that effect. Unless you are running a divider it should remain on a 1:1 as you overclock.

Go into your BIOS and ensure your FSB: DRAM setting is set to DDR400 to maintain a 1:1 ratio.
Unfortunately, I do not have the option to see the FSBRAM in my bios. The Mhz on the Ram is at 200, and the HTT is at 200, the HT multiplier at 4x or AUTO, and tye other multiplier at 11x.

techincally they should be 1:1 i think.

I cannot recall ever running a divider, I dont even know how to! i do not have the option to choose DDR400.

I have reset everything ot default.
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Hopefully one of the other A8N users will jump in here. I'm pretty sure that the board has the ability to run a divider.
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Ok, so you've got 200 on the RAM, 800 (200x4) on HTT, and an 11x cpu multiplier for a final speed of 2.2GHz, correct? All looks OK, except I think the HTT multi should be at 5, since the stock HTT for a San Diego is 1000MHz. Unless you are OCing, then you want to keep it lower as to offset the increase in FSB and still equal 1000 (like 250x4 = 1000). Does that make sense? Oh, and I built my friend a comp with an A8N and while I did not change the divider, I'm 99.5% sure you can.
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Quote:
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Ok, so you've got 200 on the RAM, 800 (200x4) on HTT, and an 11x cpu multiplier for a final speed of 2.2GHz, correct? All looks OK, except I think the HTT multi should be at 5, since the stock HTT for a San Diego is 1000MHz. Unless you are OCing, then you want to keep it lower as to offset the increase in FSB and still equal 1000 (like 250x4 = 1000). Does that make sense? Oh, and I built my friend a comp with an A8N and while I did not change the multiplier, I'm 99.5% sure you can.
It is as you say.

yet it is still at CPU/11!!!

When i Overclock, and put multiplier at 4 and HTT at 246, it goes to CPU/15.

WEIRD.

If i reset all options to default on bios - as I ahve done, shouldnt it be OK...even though it isnt.

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