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(Boy I need help alot)<br />
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Right now, I can only get it to 2.4. But I've been trying to get it stable at 2.6, I've heard that upping the voltage a little can help so I upped it a little. But it doesn't help and I want an overclock! (cries in corner) I am very pitiful.
 

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Read this <a href="http://www.overclock.net/amd-general/91-ultimate-overclocking-guide.html" target="_blank">Ultimate Overclocking Guide</a>. I think where you need to pay particular attention is the memory section, because I have feeling that is where your problems are stemming from. (i.e. not running your memory on a divider)
 

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Actually the I set the memory frequency(which I'm pretty sure is the divider) to 160 from 200. It was at 180 when I got it to 2.4<br />
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Though I will check out the guide.
 

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Turn off cool & quiet if it is enabled, make sure your HTT mutliplier is correctly set to match your HT (FSB). For a HT from 201-250 use 4x, 251-333 use 3x so you can attain the 1000Mhz of less for your HTT. Those might be some issues to consider knowing that your memory is likely not the cause. How good is your PSU? Does it provide plenty of amps on the +12v rail and provide clean, consistent power to your components? That might be another limiting factor.
 

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Put your memory on a 3:2 divider, set your HTT to 3x, FSB to 270, multiplier to 10x, and up your voltage 2 settings up from stock. These settings should be stable on almost any 3700+.
 

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except mine haha. i cant go past ~250 fsb stable. so i just keep it on 11x multiplier and its good enough.
 
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