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Old 07-24-2008, 06:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Running in asyncronous cause unstability?

Or does it just produce more heat?
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Default Re: Running in asyncronous cause unstability?

You mean running the cpu:ram ratio at something other than 1:1? It doesnt do either of those.
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Default Re: Running in asyncronous cause unstability?

OK veedub. I am got my new Q6600 stable to 3.0 Ghz last night, today I am at 3.3 Ghz but it isn't stable when I run Prime95.

Are those the 1066 Reapers? What is your CPU:RAM ratio?
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Default Re: Running in asyncronous cause unstability?

I run 1:1 with 400 FSB so the memory is at 800.
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Default Re: Running in asyncronous cause unstability?

Will you take a look at my BIOS and give me some recommendations to improve my stability/overclock? I am sure I have made some stupid mistakes, but that is what tech-forums are for!!








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