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Ok i have the settings like so, but crashes every so often
210 x 11
Ram is @ 210mhz ( cuz it suppose dto equal the fsb corect?)
not sure of timings tho.. theyre @ 9.4.4.3.t (they are set on optimal)

advice? im still not getting what the timings are about.
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yep your RAM will raise just as much as your FSB so keep this in mind and you might need to run a divider to keep it stable. The timings that are set by your bios are usually loose and stable and only tighten then when you know what they mean. LEave em at that for now, im thinking that kingsotn ram, while good isnt made to handle very higer oc's. make sure you put your ht multi down one step too and keep raiseing the fsb.
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post #3 of 8
I don't think you need to worry about the HT, since XP are not HT chips. Unless I am mistaken?

Your Kingston memory may hold back your overclock as Hednik indicated, and a small divider is going to let you see how far you can take your processor. Once you have found how high you can push your CPU then you can try to see how high you can get your memory and processor in unison.

Take small steps, don't rush things until you are very comfortable. In addition, just adjust one bios setting at a time. That way if your system becomes unstable or will not post then you will know where the problem is. Good luck.
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alright.. which thing in the bios lets me set the divider? lol
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I don't think you need to worry about the HT, since XP are not HT chips. Unless I am mistaken?
what do you mean by HT?
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Never worked with an Asus board myself so I can not even talk in general terms. Typically in bios the memory is set to 1:1 by default or 200MHz. It may let you run at 6:5 where your memory will run at 83% of your FSB or it may be shown as 166MHz in which your memory will also run at 83% of your FSB. If you see a divider like either one of these that is what I would recommend. That should give you sufficient headroom to see where you can take that XP.

Edit: HT is short for HyperTransport, AMD's answer and better solution to Intel's HyperThreading. On most 939 chips are 1000MHz HT and 754 are 800MHz HT. Ideally on that type of configuration you want your HT to run the closest to max without going over. For instance by default my HT is set to 5x my HTT/FSB and since my I have a 357 HTT I manual set this to 2.5x so my HT reaches 892.5, and if it was at 3x it would be 1072MHz and that would exceed my 1000MHz HT processor. Clear as MUD? Like I said socket a XP chips do not have this HT technology so you have no worries where this is concerned.
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Never worked with an Asus board myself so I can not even talk in general terms. Typically in bios the memory is set to 1:1 by default or 200MHz. It may let you run at 6:5 where your memory will run at 83% of your FSB or it may be shown as 166MHz in which your memory will also run at 83% of your FSB. If you see a divider like either one of these that is what I would recommend. That should give you sufficient headroom to see where you can take that XP.
aaaaah ok. so a divider is the exception to running 1:1
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post #8 of 8
do a calculation...
mem speed = htt x mem divider
for example: 280*166/200=232 is your mem speed.
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