Originally Posted by AP4LIFETN
if u want that, its 2:3....run ur fsb to 1333 which is about 333...with a 9x multiplier..u got 3.0ghz...
for the ram...2:3 with 333fsb will be 500mhz..and there you go...
3.0ghz processor and ddr2-1000 ram...just make sure your OCZ ram can OC that far...
im running same thing except with a dual instead of a quad
Oh 2:3? Guess I don't remember that being an option, I'm sure it is. I'm just not used to the new BIOS.
So FSB of 1333 is 333 with 9x multiplier.
Ram is at 500mhz, that's all I gotta do.
That should be simple. I think I'll run that for awhile and see how stable it is. I'll run some stress tests for a day or so and see how much farther I can go without raising any voltages that much higher. I'll stick with around 2.1V for the memory for heat sake.
I guess some people are reporting 3.2 up to 3.3 on air with B3, which is what I have. But we'll see. I just have to closely monitor my temps. I have a pretty good case, 2x120mm fans, one in front, one in the back, and a side 90mm one, and my heatsink has a 120mm fan on it, blowing directly into the rear exhaust fan.