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even from reading the different guides on how to tweak with ram, i still dont understand how to do it. maybe my ram is just horrible, lol. i have a pentium 4 prescott @ 3.8 and the Memory Multiplier thing in my mobo is set to auto. i have a gigabyte 965P-DS3. Heres a screen of cpu z.<br />
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My clocks are terrible, and i dont know how to get them down <img src="/images/smilies/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" class="inlineimg" /> at stock they are 5-5-5-12... how do i get a 1:1 ratio?
 

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1:1 refers to your RAM freq vs your CPU FSB. Example...(I'm an AMD guy, so these numbers may not make sense, but you'll get the idea) If you have a FSB of 250, that means your RAM is running at 250 mhz as well.<br />
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Try telling us what model P4 you have, as well as what brand of RAM you have. I'm not sure about DDR2, as I don't use it. Here's a bump for you so some Intel people can help you out.<br />
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BTW, I was just in Cincy today at Jungle Jim's <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 

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you will need to set your ram settings to manual, set the default timings, and voltage, and set your fsb to 333 X2 = 666,(no multiplier changes for the presscott if im not mistaken) if your cpu can handle it........
 

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Setting the memory multiplier to 2.00. That should make it into a 1:1 ratio.
 
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