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post #11 of 51
Here is a link to OCCT:
http://www.short-media.com/download.php?d=456
Just enter the code and download that. It just puts your CPU usage to 100% for half hour to make sure it will not miscalculate or anything.

-GILL-
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post #12 of 51
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thanks Gill,
And do u know what the difference is between ddr and ddr2. I mean that for ddr 1 i know that if the fsb is 925 i have to set the ram to twice slower - 462Mhz.
What about DDR II ?
Do u know?
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post #13 of 51
With DDR2 it is usually faster and you have to run a divider to use the full speed. But if you run 1:1 divider(such as 200FSB and 400RAM) you slow the speed to DDR1 speeds then you will get more out of your RAM casue it will have alot more headroom. The other difference is it has 240 pins compared to DDR1's 184.
p.sWhen you talk about FSB say it as 231 instead of 925.

Hope i helped

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post #14 of 51
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thanks,
well u can see that i am new for the forums i know that u have to multipy it by 4.
ok i have some time today and I will try to push it.
I will tell u how far i reach.
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post #15 of 51
well, the x4 speed is system bus speed,
when one refers to FSB, you say the 231

you should run your ddr2 on a divider unnless you really raise your FSB
1:2 or 3:4
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post #16 of 51
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What can I say - I just can not find the divider
How it suppose to look like
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post #17 of 51
it we be under frequency/voltage control
like CPU:RAM
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post #18 of 51
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Thanks,
I looked over there but....I could not find it.
I will try again
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post #19 of 51
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ok,
on the previous page I described how my BIOS look like.
and under frequency - I did not find it neither under Voltage control( see previous page).
May be i should ouse the option that I have to set maual FSB and RAM frequency.
I do not know...I better ask at asus's site.
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post #20 of 51
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now I am at 3500MHz timings 4-4-4-12 -auto-2 ram speed Pci e 110 MHz
I can say that It is stable... i am using occt now...
But that does not mean that i found the devider or even the multipier.
Vito
yes this is the most stable position with this timings
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