haha. you don't want your ram and processor doing different speeds. You don't have the same mobo i do so i can't give you detailed instructions but just set the ram divider to 1:1 (that way the ram frequency and FSB are the same.)
you can't have the ram frequency be lower than the processor FSB or it just won't work. The ram won't be able to load anything as fast as the processor is working...making it unstable.
next time you try do this:
1. set cpu to 350mhz
2. set ram to equivilant to 350mhz
3. set ram timings to 5-5-5-15
4. set vcore to 1.4 (or 1.45 if it's still not stable.)
5. set ram voltage to 2.0
if that doesn't work then start from scratch with stock timings and vcore...everything stock and then keep restarting and going back into BIOS OCing little by little until it's not stable and then add voltage to make it stable.
just make sure you keep the ram at 1:1.
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