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Oct 8, 2008, 12:28 PM   #226
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 Originally Posted by Andy_007 Okay this is going to take a bit of explaining, well actually read this (http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...ad.php?t=25339) just ask if you dont understand it. Its great ram, im so glad i brought it, i was running crap ram b4 that would only overclock to 880mhz. Im runing a pretty old Gigabyte GA-M57SLI-S4, its a good motherboard abit temperamental sometimes but it overclocks well.
Wow! Andy,

Thanks for some good info!!! I've learned something there!!
But tell me... so then if i understand correctly, it means that my ram is running on..

240 * 12.5 = 3000Mhz so 12.5/2 = 6 so 3000/6 = 500 so my ram is running on 1000Mhz..?
can that be?

Ohh! i have to multiply with 1.5!! okay so its 500*1.5 = 750! Ja thats correct!!!!

Thanks Andy!!!

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Oct 8, 2008, 12:35 PM   #227
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 Originally Posted by jeanpieterse Wow! Andy, Thanks for some good info!!! I've learned something there!! But tell me... so then if i understand correctly, it means that my ram is running on.. 240 * 12.5 = 3000Mhz so 12.5/2 = 6 so 3000/6 = 500 so my ram is running on 1000Mhz..? can that be?
Your most welcome . Yeap that looks to be the right maths, If you have 800 ram speed set in the bios it would run at 1000mhz, but use CPUZ to check use the memory tab up the top. Since 12.5/2 is 6.25 it might be running at 3000/7 but it shouldnt.

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 Originally Posted by Andy_007 Your most welcome . Yeap that looks to be the right maths, If you have 800 ram speed set in the bios it would run at 1000mhz, but use CPUZ to check use the memory tab up the top. Since 12.5/2 is 6.25 it might be running at 3000/7 but it shouldnt.
Yes,I have to multiply with 1.5!! okay so its 500*1.5 = 750! Ja thats correct!!!!

Thanks Andy!!!

 Oct 8, 2008, 12:56 PM #229 Andy_007   Join Date: May 2007 Location: Auckland,New Zealand Posts: 149 (0.07/day) Thanks: 32 Thanked 20 Times in 16 Posts System Specs I dont think you quite get how to work it out, dont worry it took me hours to figure it out. If 800 is set Bios divide multi by 2, for 667 divide by 1.5 for 533 divide by 1.33 for 400 divide by 1, then round the answer. Then divide CPU speed by the answer you just got. So For example if your running 3ghz @12.5x 800=12.5/2 =6.25 3000/6=500 667=12.5/1.5 =8.33 3000/8=375 533=12.5/1.33=9.4 3000/9=333 400=12.5/1 =13 3000/13=230 Last edited by Andy_007; Oct 8, 2008 at 01:02 PM.
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 Originally Posted by Andy_007 I dont think you quite get how to work it out, dont worry it took me hours to figure it out. If 800 is set Bios divide multi by 2, for 667 divide by 1.5 for 533 divide by 1.33 for 400 divide by 1, then round the answer. Then divide CPU speed by the answer you just got. So For example if your running 3ghz @12.5x 800=12.5/2 =6.25 3000/6=500 667=12.5/1.5 =8.33 3000/8=375 533=12.5/1.33=9.4 3000/9=333 400=12.5/1 =13 3000/13=230
Yes, but then I'm right?? Coz i said 750.. 375*2=750.. What u think?
Hey Andy, I cant get anything more than 3.1Ghz out of this cpu..
I'm on 1.41V stable Max Temp was 59 on full load.. Anything more than 3.1Ghz
then no post..

What do u think?

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 Originally Posted by Andy_007 I dont think you quite get how to work it out, dont worry it took me hours to figure it out. If 800 is set Bios divide multi by 2, for 667 divide by 1.5 for 533 divide by 1.33 for 400 divide by 1, then round the answer. Then divide CPU speed by the answer you just got. So For example if your running 3ghz @12.5x 800=12.5/2 =6.25 3000/6=500 667=12.5/1.5 =8.33 3000/8=375 533=12.5/1.33=9.4 3000/9=333 400=12.5/1 =13 3000/13=230
AMD only uses exact dividers for ram so

DDR800=2500mhz/7x=714mhz
DDR667=2500mhz/8x=625mhz
DDR533=2500mhz/10x=500mhz
DDR400=2500mhz/13x=384mhz
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 Originally Posted by jeanpieterse Yes, but then I'm right?? Coz i said 750.. 375*2=750.. What u think? Hey Andy, I cant get anything more than 3.1Ghz out of this cpu.. I'm on 1.41V stable Max Temp was 59 on full load.. Anything more than 3.1Ghz then no post.. What do u think?
Yes you times the result by 2 to get the actual ram speed, but i thought you we getting a bit confused a few posts back. I would say it needs more voltage but those temps are a bit high, just try with extra voltage to get it to boot but i dont think i would like seeing it running at over 60 full load. Did you find out the model of your heatsink, it would be a great help to see if its just the sensors out of wack.

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 Originally Posted by cdawall AMD only uses exact dividers for ram so DDR800=2500mhz/7x=714mhz DDR667=2500mhz/8x=625mhz DDR533=2500mhz/10x=500mhz DDR400=2500mhz/13x=384mhz
I did know that use exact dividers but i forgot about always rounding it up, thanks for that.

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 Jan 17, 2009, 04:38 AM #236 cdawall where the hell are my stars     Join Date: Jul 2006 Location: some AF base Posts: 16,028 (6.42/day) Thanks: 457 Thanked 2,755 Times in 2,224 Posts System Specs brisbane OC model: Athlon X2 5000+ BE HTT: 218mhz (200 stock) HT multi: @4x (5x stock) cpu multi: @16x (13x stock) volts: @1.7v mobo: MSI K9A2 platinum rev1 BIOS 1B3 ram: 2*1GB Patriot extreme CL5 @872 4-4-4-18 2.1v <---D9's socket: AM2 Orleans overclocking model: Athlon 64 3500+ HTT: 270mhz (200 stock) HT multi: @4x (5x stock) cpu multi: @10x (11x stock) volts: @1.7v mobo: Asus Crosshair II formula bios 1201 ram: 2*2GB Crucial reds @1080 5-5-5-14 @2v socket: AM2 Agena OC model: Phenom 9500 HTT: 258mhz (200 stock) HT multi: @9x (9x stock) NB multi: @11x (11x stock) cpu multi: @11x (11x stock) volts: @1.4v mobo: MSI K9A2 platinum rev1 BIOS 1B3 ram: 2*1GB XMS2 800/2*1GB patriot extreme @860 4-4-4-12 2.3v socket: AM2+ Kuma OC model: Phenom X2 7750BE HTT: 223mhz (200 stock) HT multi: @9x (9x stock) NB multi: @12x (11x stock) cpu multi: @16x (13.5x stock) volts: @1.55v mobo: Asus Crosshair II formula BIOS 1201 ram: 2*2GB Crucial reds @892 4-4-4-12 @2v socket: AM2+ Clawhammer OC model: Athlon 64 3400+ HTT: 215mhz (200 stock) HT multi: @4x (4x stock) cpu multi: @11x (11x stock) volts: @1.5v mobo: Machspeed K8M8MS rev2 ram: Ultra DDR400 CL3 @430 3-3-3-6 2.75v socket: 754 __________________ Last edited by cdawall; Jan 17, 2009 at 07:41 PM.
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 Originally Posted by JC316 Updated with Average speeds for all categories. Windsor is leading the pack with 3.19, aside from Kuma, but I only have one sample. If you have any suggestions, please post them as well as scores.
looks good so far. i will toss a manila clock up shortly
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I am planning on putting voltage and HT speeds in the tables as well. Since it's a lenghty project, I want to know if yall would like to see it happen. It would look like this:

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Post 23.1GHZ1.575V3X
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 Jan 17, 2009, 07:30 PM #240 cdawall where the hell are my stars     Join Date: Jul 2006 Location: some AF base Posts: 16,028 (6.42/day) Thanks: 457 Thanked 2,755 Times in 2,224 Posts System Specs maybe just cpu type/clockspeed/volts HT link IMO isn't as big a deal so 5000+ BE/3580mhz/1.678v __________________
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 Originally Posted by cdawall maybe just cpu type/clockspeed/volts HT link IMO isn't as big a deal so 5000+ BE/3580mhz/1.678v
Well, the HT link isn't all that hard to add and it would complete the OC settings out. Or do you think that I am just wasting my time since I have all the post numbers clickable from the front page?
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 Originally Posted by JC316 Well, the HT link isn't all that hard to add and it would complete the OC settings out. Or do you think that I am just wasting my time since I have all the post numbers clickable from the front page?
might be a bit of a waste since you were nice enough to make it clickable
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 Originally Posted by JC316 Updated and I have the Brisbanes listed with the volts on the front page. HT didn't look right and most people didn't post it. Do you like it with the volts, or without? With my index, it's actually pretty easy to set the volts.
looks very good with volts maybe red out insane voltages yellow pushing it voltages and green safe voltages?
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 Originally Posted by cdawall looks very good with volts maybe red out insane voltages yellow pushing it voltages and green safe voltages?
I will look into that possibility a little later on tonight. Right now, I have a timing belt to install lol. If you think of anything else to add, just PM me, or post a visitor message and I will look at it. Also, you Phenom II boys, start posting some clocks in here!!!
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 Originally Posted by cdawall manila OC model: Sempron 64 3000+ HTT: 315mhz (200 stock) HT multi: @4x (5x stock) cpu multi: @8x (8x stock) volts: @1.525v mobo: Asus Crosshair II formula BIOS 1201 ram: 2*2GB Crucial reds @800 5-5-5-15 @2v socket: AM2
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