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post #11 of 12
Yea, it doesn't look like your memory is supporting those high frequencies. As you already said, time to back your RAM frequency down a bit and think up a new strategy

And for the temperature question: Download one of these programs:
Motherboard Monitor
SpeedFan
Or download both if you like. It never hurts to get a second opinion
Both are hardware temperature and fan monitors.
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Well, so much for that experiment...............
Reduced the ram multi to get it down below stock speed, upped the fsb from 223 to 230mhz, and the thing wouldn't even boot the video to get back into the bios. Had to reset cmos and redo all the settings. Methinks mebbe I have my poor sempy maxed out.
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