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post #11 of 16
Sorry for my ugly language...
Nforce Intel Edition SUCKS!!!!
I tried to buy same type of mainboard like adamu (P5N32-SLI) and I had the same problem with memory !!!!
I tried in many options but cannot raise memory above 860 Mhz in any configuration made...
Restarts, bluescreens,and when I get stable windows,testing with everest, it works worse than Intel.
Result: INTEL on INTEL RULLZ!!!
AMD on INTEL, must LEARN BEFORE make some components!!! the printscreen!

I take an Intel I955X Mainboard (P5WD2)and,all that was OK!
My Ram goes on the SKY!!!
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post #12 of 16
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ok, so how did you get you memory up to 484mhz?

before i got the nforce and XMS2-5400UL i had a P5AD2 Deluxe with XMS2-5400C4 which is also 667 and the memory also only ran at 333mhz and that board has a 925X

also im not try to get 860 im just trying to get 667
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post #13 of 16
Man, memory running at 333 mhz means 333x2>wich is 666(667) Mhz,that was OK for you
If memory runs at 166 Mhz, that is 333 Mhz effective.
My memory runs at 484 Mhz , wich means 968 Mhz.
I raise the fsb upper and upper and the memory raised it up till that frecvency.
I obtained 968 Mhz with 2,3 Volts DDRam from 1,8 volts default.
I hope that's was usefull.
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post #14 of 16
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i know
thats why i can get my fsb up but the memory stays at 166, i cant get it higher
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Originally Posted by Thumper
RAM frequency has nothing to do with how many sticks you run. You always double the speed lsited in CPU-z to get the correct speed, just like you always multiple your FSB by 4.
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i know
thats why i can get my fsb up but the memory stays at 166, i cant get it higher
do you have the oc feture set to linked or manual??
    
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i have tried both, nothing i do seems to make it go up or down
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