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Hi guys pls post some 3500 codes...i tried a number of settings..i jus get frustrated and then i stop.. curently im runnin OC'ed @ 2.6 with these settings but its not stable<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/frown.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Frown"> prime fails once i start it..but i can game fine heres muh settings <a href="http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/5589/oc2al9.jpg" target="_blank">http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/5589/oc2al9.jpg</a><br><br>
FSB 260<br>
Vcore 1.5<br>
HT x4<br>
Multi x10.5<br>
RAm @ 333Mhz
 

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Your HT should not be over 1000MHz most would say. This is not always true, but it would be worth a try to see if you can gain some stability. So change that HT to 3x. If this does not work then you might want to use and even more more aggresive divider on your memory if it is indeed not of the best quality. With a 260MHz FSB and a 333MHz setting your memory is running at 216MHz. This may too much for value oriented memory. So adjust that HT and if that does not work use a more aggresive divider.
 

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You have you memory running at 333MHz as opposed to 400MHz. So your memory is on running at 333MHz (166MHz) with a 260MHz FSB, and that is 260x.83= 216MHz operating frequency for you memory. If you ran your memory at 300MHz for example with a 260MHz FSB your memory would be running at 195MHz opperating frequency. <br />
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Is your memory PC3200(DDR-400) memory? If it is PC2700 (DDR-333) memory that can run at 216MHz you have a great set of PC2700 memory. Whether it is PC2700 or PC3200 you need to run it a lower frequency in conjuction with your FSB to achieve stability I think. <br />
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You probably want to read through this, <a href="http://www.overclock.net/amd-general/91-ultimate-overclocking-guide.html" target="_blank">Ultimate Overclocking Guide</a>, if you have not done so already. It discusses the in's and out's of overclocking from the ground up, and I really recommend you read it and work to understand everything before you go any farther overclocking.
 

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It would certainly help, and at the very least rule out your memory as the limiting factor. You may be approaching your maximum overclock of your cpu too without increasing your voltage. If the more aggresive divider, 300MHz setting, does not help you may want to increase your voltage a little more. It is very critical to examine your temperatures at full-load, and if they exceed 50*c you will want to back your voltage back down.
 

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i just realized i don't have a 300mhz setting , goes to 266 after that<br />
<a href="http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/5589/oc2al9.jpg" target="_blank">http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/5589/oc2al9.jpg</a>
 
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