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Look at my Sig. It takes A LOT of work to find the clock on the NB that keeps things stable. It's the hardest ram I have ever come across to overclock. It took me about 60 restart to get this stable lol.

Edit: I forgot ti mention how hot this OC gets, you NEED cooling fans if you are going to run clocks like mine.
Difference is your running 4 sticks,always trouble with AMD and 4 sticks....
OP-Bump your CPU-NB voltage if its starts to fail and boot in to memtest86 to get a idea whether it will fail before booting to windows...i found my board only likes even Ref Clocks and low multi's...Any chance you can squeeze a bit more out of your NB?
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Difference is your running 4 sticks,always trouble with AMD and 4 sticks....
OP-Bump your CPU-NB voltage if its starts to fail and boot in to memtest86 to get a idea whether it will fail before booting to windows...i found my board only likes even Ref Clocks and low multi's...Any chance you can squeeze a bit more out of your NB?
yup I can increase my nb to 2400 with a slight voltage bump. I'll try that while increasing the OC on my ram. I'll give my cpu a .0025v bump too
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On a C3 rev Phenom II x4 you'll probably max out at 1800-1900Mhz
This is why I may recommend lowering timings. It keeps you at a speed that is stable while giving you the same kind of performance boost because AMD can respond well to a timings change.
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On a C3 rev Phenom II x4 you'll probably max out at 1800-1900Mhz
This is why I may recommend lowering timings. It keeps you at a speed that is stable while giving you the same kind of performance boost because AMD can respond well to a timings change.
This^
QFT,AMD do like timings instead of speed,you will get similar results at lower speed and tight timings.

OP-xd is your man for Ram OC,he helped me get mine to where it is.
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@xD, I have a slightly older set up. What i have been messin with is trying to get my ram to run at 1066. It's rated at 1066mhz, 5-5-5-15. I have got them to a stable 1000mhz at
5-5-5-12. Would it even be worth it to try for the extra 66mhz with an AMD???
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Probably not, go with whatever bus clock/speed combination works for you
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