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Old 06-14-2006, 03:16 PM   #11
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Yeah I don't have that but what about CPU/DDR Clock Ratio?

It's currently at 2/2. On the screeny its right below DDR Clock/Timing Mode.
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Old 06-14-2006, 03:49 PM   #12
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Try using 5/6 or 6/5. Agian you may not have to do this unless you are raising your fsb pretty high. If its value memory you will probably need a divider past a 205mhz fsb.
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Well I overclocked a bit and I got these results.

http://putfile.com/pic.php?pic=6/16416100679.jpg&s=f5

This gives me about 1847MHz compared to 1808 MHz from before.

At about how fast should I change the CPU/DDR Clock Ratio?

Oh yeah, any suggestions for checking stability?

Thnx in advance.
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to check if it's stable or not download a program called prime 95. Let it run for some time (just like 5-10 minutes) once in a while (say like every 200mhz) and if there is no errors then it's ok. Then when u have finished oc'ing let prime 95 run for like 10h to make sure that it's 100% stable.
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I would think you would need to start using a divider pretty soon to keep it stable. But just keep raising it 5-10mhz see how far you can get.

For stability what mammikoura said Prime95 works good. You can also use SuperPi which is good for quick testing.
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I'm still not sure how to get a memory divider though.

My MOBO is a Gigabyte Technologies K8NSC-939. Hope that helps.
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