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Old 01-11-2008, 10:43 PM   #11 (permalink)
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i would be impressed if they ran to 1066 with those timings. certainly possible, i suppose. to reach that speed you will need to raise the ram speed to ddr2-800 in bios and overclock using the cpu clock instead of the unlocked multiplier of your chip.
not FSB?
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Old 01-11-2008, 10:49 PM   #12 (permalink)
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AMD doesnt use FSB. for the sake of the argument though, yes...it is often assumed to be the same thing (but it is not). the external clock (or reference clock) of your cpu. the number that is 200 when your comp is stock.
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how do i know if i have a 1:1 oc with my mobo?...sorry if thats a stupid noob question.
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Default Re: What is a 1:1 overclock?

say like your fsb is running 425mhz, and your ram is running the same speed, 425/425 = 1:1 .
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say like your fsb is running 425mhz, and your ram is running the same speed, 425/425 = 1:1 .
o ok i get it.
but if my ram is at like 400, since its ddr2, isnt it actually 800?
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yes indeedy.
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yes indeedy.
sweet.
thanks nag!
i should have known this before but you summed it up easily for me.

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hey nag, question.
does haveing a 1:1 oc make your overclocks more stable?
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i cant get pasted 3.0GHz!! I even tried going to 3.1GHz but system didnt run stable. RAM volt is always at 2.2v n the speeds go up to like 960, according to BIOS, but the PC doesnt run n keep on reseting BIOS.

i am only raising the FSB right now at 231MHz, RAM is 4-4-4-12 24 running at 429MHz speed, n has a CPU/7.

i want to increase the clock speed to 3.5GHz, any suggestions?
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try loosening your ram tmings to 5 5 5 15..., i dont know much about oc amd so you should wait for someone elses response.
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try loosening your ram tmings to 5 5 5 15..., i dont know much about oc amd so you should wait for someone elses response.
ya let me try that probably tonight. I'm gonna try out the Dawn of War: Soulstorm demo.
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