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Old 02-10-2008, 04:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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So you can't adjust memory voltage or timings?
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that sucks. Your ocing is limited to your ram. You can go as high as your ram can go. Your @ 2.8 now right? Thats still **** good for an e2140
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Ya, it does suck. But can I push my ram to 1000 mhz? What tools should I use to test the RAM's stability? I use OCCT for the CPU.
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memtest. You can push your ram to whatever it may handle. If you had ballistix you wouldn't be in this predicament, j/k

edit: actually you still would be
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Yeah even if you had ballistix it's highly unlikely you would get 1000mhz without any voltage or timing adjustments.
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Ok. I just did that, lowered my temps about 10C :


(btw, thanks for all of you guys'es help!)
Amazing how rewiring and turning some fans can lower temps yes? and no problem .

Gurusan - could you link/ or explain about RAM timings and voltages if you know of any links? or dont mind explaining it?
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most mb set them at 1.8 so you really wouldnt get far at all. Time for a new mobo
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Well, I just found some ram voltage adjustments. They are listed as +0.1v, +0.2v, etc. What is this and what should they be set to if I am going to try for 1000 mhz? Sorry for asking so many newby questions.
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+0.1v means if you are at 1.8 now it would be 1.9
Get this
http://www.cpuid.com/download/HWMonitor_107.zip
Open it and see what your ddr voltage is at. For instance let's say I open it and its at 1.8v. My ram is rated for 2.2 so I would go into bios and add +0.4v.
Your ram is rated for 1.8v so just do accordingly
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