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how do i create a divider between my ram and my cpu? i am i a funny position because my mobo is 1066 fsb ddr2 but my cpu pentium d 950 is only 800fsb so what should i run my mobo at 1066 or 800 fsb? and why can i not get 1 : 1 ratio on this stupid abit aw8-max mobo and this pentium d 950? ps my ram is ddr2 pc 5200 667mhz.
 

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i don't believe you want to use dividers on intel boards. just loosen your ram timings and try to stay at 1:1 ratio
 

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i don't believe you want to use dividers on intel boards. just loosen your ram timings and try to stay at 1:1 ratio

That is very true, seeing that you have DDR2-1066 RAM (533 MHz real speed) to a 200MHz CPU, you'll run 200MHz on stock.

What you now want to do, is to run a low multiplier on your CPU with a 1:1 divider, and when your CPU craps out, adjust the divider so you get the highest achievable speeds.
 

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I cant get 1 - 1 the best i can get is 3 - 4 at 4-4-4-9 how do i get 1 - 1? and this is with my fsb at 256 i do not want to go higher i am already at 4.3 ghz i just need to know how to divide or get 1 - 1 if anyone can show me i will be very grateful.
 
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