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currently i am at 3.2GHz Stable and my RAM is at 491.8mHz and when i got to SPD in CPUID, my Max Bandwidth is: PC2-6400 (400MHz)

also in my bios i set my RAM to 800MHz. I also got the option for that as Auto and 667Mhz. Should i keep it at 800Mhz or should i change it?

try 12x300 .ram ratio 2:66 thats how its calld at my mb the ratio.so ram will be correctly at 800mhz and go for voltage till it stbale. 3.6ghz will be ok
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by the way any1 what 2 do cause my northbridge is burning as hell without any overclock i cant hold it like more than 5 seconds.there isnt v control for it in bios
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post #283 of 1688
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Originally Posted by neetan View Post
currently i am at 3.2GHz Stable and my RAM is at 491.8mHz and when i got to SPD in CPUID, my Max Bandwidth is: PC2-6400 (400MHz)

also in my bios i set my RAM to 800MHz. I also got the option for that as Auto and 667Mhz. Should i keep it at 800Mhz or should i change it?
Something is wrong here

if you set your RAM in the bios to 800Mhz then -it should stay @ 400Mhz - (its actually 800Mhz in DDR2 terms) if you open CPU-Z to the memory tab

Look in the memory tab of CPU-Z and not in the SPD tab to know your memory speed

Also if you set your memory to 800Mhz in the bios and its still increasing as you increase your FSB then:

1- You are not doing it right
2- Your motherboard doesn't have the option to control the FSB/RAM ratio or unlink the RAM from the FSB

What is your motherboard?
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post #284 of 1688
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Edit.. i just downloaded your Motherboards bios PDF and there you can set the memory frequency but you can't latch or unlink your RAM from your FSB so i guess your OC is bound by how high you RAM can go which, using a PC2-6400 stick, is very limited
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so i should buy more RAM?? Omari79 ur using Kingston 800MHz and is that good for overclock because im going to buy another stick next month
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post #286 of 1688
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so i should buy more RAM?? Omari79 ur using Kingston 800MHz and is that good for overclock because im going to buy another stick next month
its not about how many ram u have . its about frequency or how its calld , these mhz . you better change mb if u want overclock up to 4gz with ur 800 rams
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Hey guys, I tried to OC with my E5300, and the best I can get with default voltage is 3.66G (333*11), which is pretty sweet. Then I tried to go further by increasing the CPU voltage little by little, but no matter how I tweak the combinations of the multiplier and FSB frequency, I just couldn't get any higher than 3.66G. Isn't that weird? The highest voltage I tried is 1.42v in BIOS.

Anyone has idea how I can push it a little bit higher? Thanks.
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post #288 of 1688
Hi to everybody im new in the forum and i just bought a E5300, i want to OC the cpu to 3.5 - 3.6 Ghz if possible, the max i can get is 3.2Ghz stable (247x13) but when i try to up to 3.4Ghz when windows is loadin appeared me a blue screen and whit 3.5Ghz computere restart....im using a good coler,temps are ok (41ª idle), vcore is 1.3v (im think is the max of my mobo), whit OC fsb up to 988Mhz and Dram frecuency is 411Mhz....have any chance to get 3.5 Ghz??

Thaks for help and sorry for the english xD

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Asus P5KPL-AM SE
E5300 2.6Ghz O.C 3.2Ghz (247x13)
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post #289 of 1688
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so i should buy more RAM?? Omari79 ur using Kingston 800MHz and is that good for overclock because im going to buy another stick next month
Its like Boyka said, its not how much RAM you've got , its about how fast it is

for example, my Kingston PC2-6400 ism rated @ 800Mhz DDR2 so its speed is only 800Mhz and it can OC to max 950Mhz (or 475Mhz according to CPU-Z's memory tab)

But the difference between your MB and mine is that i can latch my memory to the FSB and keep it at/or close to 800Mhz even if i OC the CPU to 4Ghz +, now your motherboard doesn't have a latch or unlink option that why your CPU's overclock is bound by how much you can Overclock the RAM and this is not a good way to OC because your RAM which rated @ 800Mhz will need to be overclocked to 1200Mhz if you want your CPU to hit 3.5Ghz+ speeds and even if your RAM can manage a 50% OC for some time it will Shortly die after that..so ...you have 2 choices here

1- Sell your existing RAM and buy a 1GB/2GB DDR2 1066Mhz stick or 2x2GB sticks of the same brand you have (since they OC well) and run them in dual channel mode

2- (and this what i would recommend), sell your motherboard and by a new one from Gigabyte like the one i have GA-EP41-UD3L for 65 USD or the GA-EP45-UD3L for 120 USD if you have the money for it

the GA-EP41-UD3L is great for overclocking 800MHz FSB CPUs like the E5300, while the GA-EP45-UD3L is great for overclocking 800Mhz, 1066Mhz, 1333Mhz, and the 1600Mhz CPUs + it has PCI-E 2.0 so its more future proof that the one i have

Good luck
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post #290 of 1688
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Hey guys, I tried to OC with my E5300, and the best I can get with default voltage is 3.66G (333*11), which is pretty sweet. Then I tried to go further by increasing the CPU voltage little by little, but no matter how I tweak the combinations of the multiplier and FSB frequency, I just couldn't get any higher than 3.66G. Isn't that weird? The highest voltage I tried is 1.42v in BIOS.

Anyone has idea how I can push it a little bit higher? Thanks.
its nice that you got an OC on your CPU to 3.66Ghz using default votlage but that doesn't mean that its stable @ that speed, stress test it using Prim95 for 4 Hours minimum and install Real temp to monitor your Cores temp while they being stressed,

Since you are now a member of Overclock.net, go your CP (control panel) and fill in you System's specs like Motherboard brand, RAM brand/speed and the cooling type you are using air/water so we can better help you
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