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Old 01-22-2007, 04:06 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally posted by kaname
What you need to do is adjust one thing at a time. start by lowering your multiplier and start raising your FSB little by little while adjusting your memory divider accordingly, (do not adjust anything else, not even your vcoere.)

When you find that you can't raising anymore while keeping it stable then you're found your FSB ceiling and you can then start to raise your vcore, just don't go too high on your vcore and make sure you got good temps, once you're found a good FSB setting and comfortable vcore, you can move your multiplier back to the default setting.
If you lower the multiplier, then raise the FSB and make it stable, and then reset the multiplier - I highly doubt it's still going to be stable.

Think about it. 270*9 = 2430. 270*10 = 2700. There's a pretty vast difference there.

There's not really any point to lowering the multiplier unless you just want more speed out of your RAM.


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