man I really don't want to remove my motherboard to put on another north bridge cooler
you've seen my case pics, it's a pain in the BUTT to remove that thing. If I keep my NB at stock voltage it should be aright shouldn't it? BTW how are you recording your NB temps because I can't even read mine
And yeah Leonidas.....you were already pushin that RAM with 200FSB in the first place. That's a huge increase. Look at the SPD table in that screenshot. That chip is programmed to run at those speeds. It wants 2 timings on that one at DDR266 speeds! So you were WAY pushin the RAM on that one..... The computer definitely won't boot up if the RAM is completely fried which it sounds like yours is in this case if you've tried them seperately and still get nothin. If you bought them within the warrenty RMA them in and sound like a noob and your RAM just stopped working
has always worked for me thus far.