Originally Posted by PineyJustice
Yes, I am on the most current bios.
The point still stands that with the divider I am using the timings need to be relaxed and I am unsure on how to proceed when confronted with a giant wall of ram timing settings. Up to a few months ago when I got my 1055 my only overclocking experience was my 955BE so I am unfamiliar with ram OCing.
Try this ~
Set FSB (HTT) to 300 ~
Multi to 12.5 or 13 (3.750 or 3.900) @ your current voltage (1.475 I think you said).
Make your CPU/NB voltage 1.35
Set your CPU/NB frequency to 2700 and your HT Link frequency to 2100
Set your DRAM timings as follows:
CR (Command Rate) to 1T; if not stable with settings below come back and change this to 2T and try again
(They should be listed in that order in your BIOS)
Set your DRAM frequency to 1600
Leave HT voltage, NB voltage, CPU VDDA, and SB voltage all to 'Auto'.
Under DRAM Configuration page, just make sure that the mode is set to 'Unganged' instead of 'Ganged', leave everything else as is.
See if you can get that stable. If you are close, up the CPU voltage a bit and if you're still seeing memory related errors/BSOD then up the CPU/NB voltage to 1.3875 and at most 1.4.
That should get you in the right path for stability.