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Running at 268Mhz bus clock, you won't be able to get 1600Mhz memory. You'll have to try and manage around 286-300Mhz bus clock.
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Edited by xd_1771 - 3/6/11 at 6:15pm
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Running at 268Mhz bus clock, you won't be able to get 1600Mhz memory. You'll have to try and manage around 286-300Mhz bus clock.
Thanks xd_1771. Your help always helps me very much.
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Yeah, it's due to the available memory multipliers you have. Since you need around 286-300 for 1600Mhz memory anyway which can get you 4Ghz with 14x multiplier or lower, there's really no need for a 1075T over 1055T unless it's cheaper.
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Yeah, it's due to the available memory multipliers you have. Since you need around 286-300 for 1600Mhz memory anyway which can get you 4Ghz with 14x multiplier or lower, there's really no need for a 1075T over 1055T unless it's cheaper.
het is wel een nadeel dat de 1055t en de 1075t een beperkte multiplier hebben.

I think i would be better of with a BE.
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Yeah, it's due to the available memory multipliers you have. Since you need around 286-300 for 1600Mhz memory anyway which can get you 4Ghz with 14x multiplier or lower, there's really no need for a 1075T over 1055T unless it's cheaper.
When i get to 14x 286 i only can boot when my memory is 1068 or someting. can't get it up to 1600. what am i doing wrong.
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Yeah, it's due to the available memory multipliers you have. Since you need around 286-300 for 1600Mhz memory anyway which can get you 4Ghz with 14x multiplier or lower, there's really no need for a 1075T over 1055T unless it's cheaper.
Stil can't get i right, im struggeling with my memory and the memory timings, any tips?
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post #18 of 18
That's awfully weird.... the 5.33x multiplier should give you aroudn 1523Mhz, and if you can get to 300 bus clock it'll run at 1600 spot on. Are the timings set to what's rated at that certain speed?
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