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From what I've read from googling this, my nForce4 should be able to go from 200mhz HTT to 250mhz HTT without any stability problems.

If I use a 5:4 divider with a 4x for the HTT and 10x for the processor.
(where x = multipliyer)

This way my ram clocks would stay at 200 mhz (since they are PC3200)
and my HTT Frequency at 1000.

My core speed would then be 2500mhz. Considering that my max temp I've had with my processor was 36*C. I think it should survive.

Before I try I would try with a 9x and look at my temps.

I was wondering if there was another way to test my HTT max speed except going 10 mhz at the time. If not i'll do it step by step.
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Originally Posted by Radwen
From what I've read from googling this, my nForce4 should be able to go from 200mhz HTT to 250mhz HTT without any stability problems.

If I use a 5:4 divider with a 4x for the HTT and 10x for the processor.
(where x = multipliyer)

This way my ram clocks would stay at 200 mhz (since they are PC3200)
and my HTT Frequency at 1000.

My core speed would then be 2500mhz. Considering that my max temp I've had with my processor was 36*C. I think it should survive.

Before I try I would try with a 9x and look at my temps.

I was wondering if there was another way to test my HTT max speed except going 10 mhz at the time. If not i'll do it step by step.
If you run a 5:4 divider your mem frequency will shoot up to 312 mhz. Thats not what you want. I would suggest running a 5:6 divider would bring your mem frequency to 208mhz, which hopefully wouldnt be out of range for your memory chips.
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humm I meant divide bt 5 multiply by 4 .. for 4/5th.

That way I get 200mhz for the memory.

Do we write 4/5 or 5:4 ? I'm confused now.
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Originally Posted by Radwen
humm I meant divide bt 5 multiply by 4 .. for 4/5th.

That way I get 200mhz for the memory.

Do we write 4/5 or 5:4 ? I'm confused now.
yeah you should be alright,,, just start slowly bringing the speed up, and check your temps when you get into windows ,,, You should also run some stability testing to make sure the overclock is stable.

what ram are you using you just have it listed as 3200 ram,,, any specific brand or is it just generic?
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I can say that RAM will have a lot to do with it. I had previously purchased some OCZ value ram and I couldn't get the FSB above 213 (DDR426) without problems. I RMA'd it and got whats in my specs and I have no problems now. I'm running a multi of 9x, FSB is 250 and 1:1 ratio on the Ram (DDR500) with my HTT at 4x and this thing is totally stable. Make sure your ram can handle it though. My idle temps are right around 34c.
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