I will avoid trying to make adjustments to timing on this. Stability seems to be back with no shutdowns.
I did install AMD Overdrive.
But I have one question. If the job of the machine is to recode video and the memory is 667, if I find
some DDR3 for 1333 or one of the higher clocks, can I get my throughput up? How does the FSB figure into this?
I've had the understanding that solid state drives need more 'pipe' to be efficient. If so, how can the
FSB be widened (Upped) safely and without shutdowns?
The alternative seems to be just use Crucial SSD as a bootloader and -- what? -- dump the Adata's I have.
Crucial's optimize software had made a big improvement in CrystalMark bench test. I have made an
inquiry at a storage forum about free software -- not from Adadata Tools-- that could provide the
same function as what the Crucial 'magic' does. No info in that has returned.