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post #11 of 18
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ok nvm bout that voltage, just needed to go trou bios better

Got it to 3.4 GHz no, all looking cool so far, temp is on 52 Idle tho :S i guess i will need to connect my water cooling again.

I left ram clock and ram voltage on Automatic, and vcore is 1.44
Left agp pci on 66.66/33.33

Is there any program that actually shows u ur currenr cpu, ram, etcetc clocks?
post #12 of 18
cpuz, google it and dl it...
then dl prime95 to stress test for stability
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oh and u need to keep the cpu under 65c load.... try not to let it get past 65c....60 preferably, but 65is max for prescotts
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THX VM for all help

gonna experiment with it a lil but now, and see how high can i get my PC
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good luck! keep an eye on temps (speedfan works great...) and dont break 1.52volts on vcore!!!!
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Well, it worked pretty good, except for one thing. I fully overcloaked to 3.4 and everything worked except for RAM

After overcloking to 3.4 and leaving RAM clock on auto it undercloked ram, and FSB RAM was 3:2 (it that good or bad???)

I tryed to change RAM clock manually to 400MHz and then my bios didnt want to boot, so i had to clear cmos ) Help on that RAM issue pls

Except that everything worked OK, wanted to ask about those AGP/PCI speeds too tho, will it help if i change that from 66.66/33.33 to 72.73/36.36, will it make any difference, or is it not important?

THX
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still waitting on reply

THX ppl
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Originally Posted by tomaskir
Well, it worked pretty good, except for one thing. I fully overcloaked to 3.4 and everything worked except for RAM

After overcloking to 3.4 and leaving RAM clock on auto it undercloked ram, and FSB RAM was 3:2 (it that good or bad???)

I tryed to change RAM clock manually to 400MHz and then my bios didnt want to boot, so i had to clear cmos ) Help on that RAM issue pls

Except that everything worked OK, wanted to ask about those AGP/PCI speeds too tho, will it help if i change that from 66.66/33.33 to 72.73/36.36, will it make any difference, or is it not important?

THX
Concerning your FSB:RAM divider... Normally you want to keep it at 1:1 because it'll give you optimal performance on Intel systems. But, sometimes your RAM modules cannot cope with the increasing FSB and you are forced to set such a divider.
What you want is to take the FSB value as high as your system allows while remaining stable even if this forces you to set an FSB:RAM divider like the one you have... so no, it's not that bad if it allows you to further raise the FSB as Intel CPUs love bandwidth.

There's little to no performance to be gained when raising your AGP/PCI bus speeds. In fact it often leads to overall instability so keep them locked at 66.6/33.3 MHz
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