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Old 07-18-2006, 01:55 AM   #31
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Ownage is uber overclocking calculating machine
i agree completely, but how?????
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you want to keep your LDT multiplier at 3x. 250x3 is 750, you want to keep it under 1000. And i wouldnt bump up the multi to 11x. Just raise the HTT, you get more performance that way.
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you ask how? Its just random settings that pop into my head. nothing too difficult. 3-3-3-8 are pretty relaxed timings for RAM. 250 HTT any A64 should handle. 10x multi is very common. 1.55V max recommended voltage on air.
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Old 07-18-2006, 02:11 AM   #34
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cool thanks man...i appreciate all the help my voltage is at 1.475 right now. and i'm gonna try and lower that a bit more and see if it will work.
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