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My OCed comp at the sys Spec. below
this is my DDR SDRAM
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...N82E16820145500
I think it use Promos chip

I've OCed like this: FSB:240MHz
1/ Didn't change the bandwidth (DDR/FSB:5/6) :--->srill run 200MHz
2/OCed the timming of my DDR SDRAM in DFI nF3 UT BIOS like this :
CPC: 1T
tCL : 2.0
tRCD: 3
tRAS: 7
tRP : 3
tRC : 10
tRFC: 12
tRRD: 2
tWR: 2
tWTR: 1
tRTW: 1
tREF: 3120
tWCL: 1

everything elses of timming I set at Auto (no change). Vdimm at stock
this passed the OCCT Stability test,...

Is my RAM timming OK ??
I wonder if I can OC the bandwidth more from 200 MHz ??
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sorry this is the link of my RAM

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145500
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no idea ???
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Please help me !!!
I just wanna know did OC right ?
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post #5 of 15
Set your RAM on a 1:1 divider (may be called 1:1. 200 or 400 in your BIOS)
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you'll have to try it... run memtest86 to test your RAM for stability
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i have the same model of ram but in 2gb version i overclock very easy
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Originally Posted by Remonster
Set your RAM on a 1:1 divider (may be called 1:1. 200 or 400 in your BIOS)
HMMM I don't think you will get that RAM running at 240MHz on those timmings...actually I am sure you will not .

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post #9 of 15
The corsair xms series was built to overclock the operating frequency with lower CAS LANTECY
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I know because i have the corsair xms series 1*2gb overclocked it at
cas(2.5-3-3-6) and staying at default latency its operating frequency is 240mhz it is possible.
post #10 of 15
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thx for helping but..my RAm use Promos chip so.. i dun think it can run @
240MHz

however I try to set it @ 2.5-3-3-7-10-12 and stock speed 200 MHz
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