Originally Posted by kiwi1234
ok i found out that i have to use dividers...ok...i dunno wat dividers are
i understood that might be changing the memory limit but im not sure... I ve tried to change some memclock values...first using 166mhz but then i saw my pc being unstable at 250fsb so i tried all the possible combinations...100mhz...fine pc started but memory at very low level....133mhz black screen... 166mhz black screen.....183mhz black screen...then i put my memclick value to auto and ive been able to set the 267fsb....so if i was trying to change memclock the pc was unstable...
the memory that ive got is 2x512 corsair value select (im a student
so my question is....wat r these dividers??? r the memclock valuse??? how do i determine the correct memclock value ?? if i use only the fsb and cpuvolt (which is set at 1.45) i can`t go beyond 2403mhz...how do i use the dividers??? and pls can u put a "formula" explaining the dividers use?? Im sry if i m not clear but I m italian
p.s ohh wat htt means??? <-----NOOB
the reason why using memory divider is
when you increase your fsb for you cpu, the memory clock is increased as well.
but then your memory has limitation of speed.
in your case it is around 200Mhz (because your ram is PC3200/DDR400)
To get higher stable cpu clock, you need to adjust memory divider to avoid your memory reaches its limitation before your cpu or motherboard reaches its limit.
For example, if you up your fsb from 200 to 300 (300/200 = 1.5)
and your memory divider or base clock was 166Mhz.
then your new memory speed will be (166 x 1.5 = 249, which is not stable for your memory)
so you have to adjust it to lower value like 133 (133 x 1.5 = 199.5)
and dont forget to loose your memory timing to avoid unstablity and get higher clock.
and there is HTT multiplier to adjust.
you should adjust it in order to get higher and stable clock.
remember fsb x HTT multiplier should be around 800~1000.
like if you up fsb to 300 then HTT multiplier should be 3 300x3 = 900