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here is some base numbers to work with.


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This is what cpu-z is telling me.


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Your DDR2 is generic, definitely not designed for 1066Mhz+ running (the SPD there rated 800Mhz 6-6-6, that's what it's really rated for). If you can see, 1100Mhz on the SPD requires 7-8-8 timings! This is much worse than proper 1066Mhz DDR2 kits at 5-5-5 or sometimes 4-4-4. You will get better results with a still generic & inexpensive 800Mhz 5-5-5 kit of DDR2 over 1100Mhz 7-8-8! Even then 800Mhz 6-6-6 is very bad.

Not that this means no hope for you, it appears your RAM is labelled Micron. Micron made some of the best DDR2 ICs around. If you can look on the RAM chips at the words printed on them and post it here, I can figure out what ICs you have. Get some heatspreaders and push the voltage and you may be able to get impressive results.
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Your DDR2 is generic, definitely not designed for 1066Mhz+ running (the SPD there rated 800Mhz 6-6-6, that's what it's really rated for). If you can see, 1100Mhz on the SPD requires 7-8-8 timings! This is much worse than proper 1066Mhz DDR2 kits at 5-5-5 or sometimes 4-4-4. You will get better results with a still generic & inexpensive 800Mhz 5-5-5 kit of DDR2 over 1100Mhz 7-8-8! Even then 800Mhz 6-6-6 is very bad.

Not that this means no hope for you, it appears your RAM is labelled Micron. Micron made some of the best DDR2 ICs around. If you can look on the RAM chips at the words printed on them and post it here, I can figure out what ICs you have. Get some heatspreaders and push the voltage and you may be able to get impressive results.
So is it the specific sticks in my comp i have that are the problem or the whole line of memory that i bought? im sure i can still go exchange for new sticks but same brand/model #.

Fished the packaging for the memory out the closet:
Crucial CT2KIT25664AA1067 4GB Kit

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...67%204GB%20Kit
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So is it the specific sticks in my comp i have that are the problem or the whole line of memory that i bought? im sure i can still go exchange for new sticks but same brand/model #.

Fished the packaging for the memory out the closet:
Crucial CT2KIT25664AA1067 4GB Kit

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...67%204GB%20Kit
Your RAM is very good, Crucial with micron chipset (excellent chipset) rated as PC2-8500 (DDR2-1066MHz) with 7-7-7-21 timings @ 1.8V.

Try to set the RAM timings in the BIOS and test it with memtets86+
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post #16 of 39
what type of oc are you looking at?.

2 things you will have to do is lower that north bidge in the bios, it is set at auto or 2000 down clock it to 1600 or 1800. in my picture it is set at 1800 in bios + oc = the 2160.
next Force your ram to run 1-2 times lower then what is it raited for. So if its 1066 set it to 800 or 667. Also set the timmings for your highest rated setting ie you 1066.
then have at your oc.
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pls help me overclok 3500GHZ
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post #18 of 39
noobdown gives you the 1st steps.

Slowdown your RAM frequency or DRAM ratio in BIOS to 800MHz or 667MHz, set the voltage and timings manually and disable cool'n'quite and C1E support.

Start to rise the FSB in little steps (10MHz max), you will see your CPU crequency, DRAM frequency, NB frequency and HT frequency rise too, keep the NB and HT frequency the closest possible to 2000MHz.

Log in to windows and use prime95, LinX, OCCT or y-cruncher for 2 hours or more to test stability.

Keep your eyes in the temps, something above 55ºC isn't good.
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voltage auto or manual?
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voltage auto or manual?
The first 200MHz or 400MHz can be do it with stock voltage, but you need test that too.
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