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Hello I have the 2Gb of geil black dragon @800 with 4-4-4-12 timings i'm using E6600 and Asus P5K.I am overclocked @3.2 stable my settings are:
Multip-x8
FSB-400
NB-400
Vcore-1.4
NBcore-1.4

And the question is how I'm gone clock the ram to 1066Mhz with 5-5-5-15 timings?Anyone who has done that?
I need a guide please..Thanks a lot!
 

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i used to have this ram... i'm not so great with ram timings etc but i can tell you you should be able to give it up to 2.4V safely. it works better with more voltage.

why are you trying to OC the ram though, if the PC is stable?
 

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Well firstly your ratios have to add up. If you are trying to OC your ram, you at least have to match a ratio os your chip somewhat. From what I see in your post, you are using a 1600 FSB on DDR2-800 @800mhz. So that tells me you have a 1:1 ratio atm, which is best for performace. I can not remember off the top of my head what the ratio is for 1600/1066 I think its 3:2 but honestly, try to get your chip stable at 1800 fsb and OC your ram to 900 and tighten up timings after you have it stable.
 

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Yep my fsb is 1600 The problem is that I can't get any option for the ratio setting only a setting with Auto,1N,2N..So you telling me that to get "1066"I must increase the fsb to 1800?
 

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Go to BIOS, Mess around with the ratios. when you get as close to 1066 as you can get, work on the timings(should be as easy as just punching them in). Give it like 2.2v.
 
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