Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by arges86, Nov 20, 2008.
strange.... i thought my memory could handle 416 Mhz @ 2.1. I guess not
i'll lower the RAM it 667
it maybe able to but lowering the speed on it makes sure that it isn't the ram that is limiting you
somebody mentioned increasing the HT Link voltage by .1v
my mobo has a "HT-Link Voltage" and a "CPU HT-Link Voltage", and i've increased both by .1v
whats the difference between the two? and should i have only increased one of them?
not sure. but in my testing i have found that upping the HT voltage does vary little if anything. For me it did nothing
whats the most i'd want to increase my HT Link voltage by?
I've done the max my board can do and it didn't hurt my machine any.
so i set my divider to 667
my HT Link to 3x
HT Link voltage is +.1v
bus speed = 224 multiplier 13x
HT Link = 672
i can run ORthos for 4 seconds before i get a failure
i don't know what to do
What are your ram timings and CPU voltage?
timings are 5 5 5 15
vcore is 1.375
Loosen your ram to 5-5-5-18. That might help.
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