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Old 02-23-2007, 12:03 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Apokalipse
tried a memory divider?

anyway, my 4600+ (AM2) gets 3GHZ on air cooling
i have tried setting it to 667 and 533.
when i set the multi down to 9 to get a 1:1 divider(with ram running 533 i think), it works...
but it is 2.69ghz (299 x 9). and my ram is running at 299 mhz lol obviously.
this is the problem i mentioned to you earlier with not being able to go past 299. at all.
i reall think it is my mobo, although my bios says i can go from 200 to 400.
apokalipse, 2 questions:
1) do they make a non-sli version of your mobo?
2) can you pm me your cpu/ram/voltage/etc so i have a general idea of where you start?

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