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Old 07-15-2006, 02:46 AM   #1
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Default help me noob here

i'm having difficulties with overclocking my computer i get the basics of how to overclock however i have crappy ram 2x512 kingston value ram. and with these rams i will probaby have to set up a divider however i can't seem to find that option in my bios no matter how hard i look.
i'm using a: a8n-sli premium mobo and with 1011 verison of bios
and in the dram setting i can only set it at 400mhz or 433mhz etc...so does this mean that the memory clock has been multiplied already??

i have:
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athlon 64 3500+ just recently go the zalman cnps9500-led fan
a8n-sli premium
2x512 kingston (KVR400X64C3A/512)
250G western digtial
320G seagate barracuda
sapphire x800gto

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also can someone tell me what is the HT/LDT multiplier. i have no idea what this have to do with overclocking and how it's related to it. help is much appreciated.
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Old 07-15-2006, 12:18 PM   #2
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Can you reduce the DRAM setting to something like 333 MHz? That will give you about 55 MHz on the FSB to work with, and that's what I have mine set up as. I'm running 255 MHz on the CPU FSB and with the divider my RAM is running right at 200 MHz. Works very well!
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Old 07-15-2006, 01:30 PM   #3
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i can reduce it to ddr 333 however can you explain how it give me 55mhz to work with. thanks alot.
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