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why memory speed 5:4 is not working

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by se4923, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. se4923 New Member

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    i overclock my p4 3.0E fsb 200x15 ddr400

    1:1 fsb = 230 (memory speed 230) ok

    3:2 fsb = 240 (memory speed 160) ok

    5:4 fsb = 240 (memory speed 192) bluescreen

    the fsb and memory speed is still not reach its maximum but why i got the bluescreen please help
     
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Can you please post your system specs by editing in your User control panel.
     
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    emm are you giving your, ram, NB, cpu enough voltage?
     
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    working now it's because of NB voltages

    thanks

    but can you explain what just happen
     
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    So you raised your NB voltage? That's all it needed then.
     

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