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ok so ive just overclocked my i3 540 to 4Ghz using 182.01bclk @ x22 the only thing im trying to do now is get my memory speeds up, as u can see its showing 546MHz @ 4:12, (6-8-8-20) i just want to get them as close to stock as possible (667Mhz, 9-9-9-24). the only problem i have is working out how to do that with my mobo (ASUS P7H55-V) not sure what i have to set in the BIOS settings.
i have a DRAM frequency option, but i have it on the lowest one because the other 2 are over 1333MHz (1400+MHz) and i dont want to overclock my RAM, and i cant find a DRAM multiplier option
Edited by XFXG73 - 12/26/10 at 10:36pm
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Samsung 250GB Sata Benq DVDR/RW Windows 7 Ultimate ASUS 19" Widescreen 
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Originally Posted by XFXG73;11788654 
ok so ive just overclocked my i3 540 to 4Ghz using 182.01bclk @ x22 the only thing im trying to do now is get my memory speeds up, as u can see its showing 546MHz @ 4:12, (6-8-8-20) i just want to get them as close to stock as possible (667Mhz, 9-9-9-24). the only problem i have is working out how to do that with my mobo (ASUS P7H55-V) not sure what i have to set in the BIOS settings.
i have a DRAM frequency option, but i have it on the lowest one because the other 2 are over 1333MHz (1400+MHz) and i dont want to overclock my RAM, and i cant find a DRAM multiplier option
ive tried selecting the next frequency up and while its above the stock 1333MHz @(1456MHz), the timings are at default settings , so will that harm my system in any way or should i try and lower the frequency or try and find the RAM multiplier option (if my board has one)
Edited by XFXG73 - 12/26/10 at 10:49pm
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i3 540 @ 4.25GHz ASUS P7H55-V Inno3d Geforce GTX 260 Gold 216 Ed 700/1200/1400 4GB Corsair 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Samsung 250GB Sata Benq DVDR/RW Windows 7 Ultimate ASUS 19" Widescreen 
PowerCase
Coolermaster eXtreme Power Plus 650w Thermaltake V9 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i3 540 @ 4.25GHz ASUS P7H55-V Inno3d Geforce GTX 260 Gold 216 Ed 700/1200/1400 4GB Corsair 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Samsung 250GB Sata Benq DVDR/RW Windows 7 Ultimate ASUS 19" Widescreen 
PowerCase
Coolermaster eXtreme Power Plus 650w Thermaltake V9 
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anyone?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i3 540 @ 4.25GHz ASUS P7H55-V Inno3d Geforce GTX 260 Gold 216 Ed 700/1200/1400 4GB Corsair 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Samsung 250GB Sata Benq DVDR/RW Windows 7 Ultimate ASUS 19" Widescreen 
PowerCase
Coolermaster eXtreme Power Plus 650w Thermaltake V9 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i3 540 @ 4.25GHz ASUS P7H55-V Inno3d Geforce GTX 260 Gold 216 Ed 700/1200/1400 4GB Corsair 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Samsung 250GB Sata Benq DVDR/RW Windows 7 Ultimate ASUS 19" Widescreen 
PowerCase
Coolermaster eXtreme Power Plus 650w Thermaltake V9 
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