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    Default Re: GB EP45/DS4P Continually Resetting.

    Im at 3.6Mhz mate, running Prime95 for 4+hours had zero errors and maxed out at 59'C on Core1 and aprox 55'C on Core2. The one thing i have a question about is the possibility of damaging my system. The DRam Frequency is at 631.7MHz, is this ok?? Would you like me to post my current settings to see if everything is aok. Also the funny thing i found is using 3DMark06 i scored better with a 3.5Mhz core than with the 3.6Mhz. Are the temps etc ok mate for the CPU- Idle 46'C 100%Load 59'C.

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    Default Re: GB EP45/DS4P Continually Resetting.

    Yes, all that is completely fine! Except your ram, you should not have to run it so slow!!!!!

    Use the next Memory Multiplier up

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    MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)
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    (G)MCH Frequency Latch...............: [400]
    System Memory Multiplier ..............: 3.33D
    Memory Frequency (Mhz) ..............: 1066 (1263)
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    Any changes you would make mate. System is quite stable at the moment. Are the Ramm frequency's etc ok??

    Could i change the CPU clock ratio to 0 from 0.5 to up the Memory Frequency and increase the CPU frequency to 400 to achieve 3.6Ghz??
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    Default Re: GB EP45/DS4P Continually Resetting.

    1263 ram is stable? WOW I'd say leave it then

    As for how you get 3.6 yeah you can use any combo that gets you there. But keep in mind 9.5x400 is 3.8 not 3.6, and it looks like you are using 9.5 now to get 3.6. What you can do is use 9x400=3.6 by dropping the .5 multi

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    Default Re: GB EP45/DS4P Continually Resetting.

    Yeh mate the ram is stable at the 1226, im worried though being as it is 1066 ram it my burn out, would it be better to drop the multiplier own 1 setting to get it back to 1066?? also do you reccomend dropping the dram votage to 2.0 if it works even though the rm is rated at 2.1. also is there n difference in having the multiplier x.5 or not

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    Default Re: GB EP45/DS4P Continually Resetting.

    Well it very well may, have you memtested it? And for how long?

    Ya, I would drop it down one and if you like raise your FSB a little bit. You can overclock your ram, but doing it that far for 24/7 use may shorten it's life for sure. If you have a lifetime warranty on it, and do not care then you can use it till it dies and get new. Just be sure to not tell them you overclocked it not sure if OCZ allows overclocking

    As low as you can have the voltage on ram and still pass memtest86+ is fine, and that is the better way to run it

    The CPU Multi .5 use is up to you, and what you want to run your FSB at. It wont have any pos. or neg. affect on anything to have it on or off. Just helps you fine tune FSB if you want a certain freq is all

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    I dropeed the ram back a setting mate just to be sure, its now at 1022 i think for 1066 RAM, so that seems ok. I have also droppd the MCH Voltage back from 1.3V to 1.26. Will try to incrementally drop the Ram V down from 2.1 using memtest until it fails then raise it 1 setting. I see in a few other posts for changing settings etc u only run tests 2 & 5. Will tests 2 & 5 be ok for this little tweaking. Also LSD i see in CPU Z i it has a ratio figure i think it is, are u able to tell me what that is, or a link to a website explaining, all your help is greatly appreciated mate, ive learnt more from you these last few weeks then any computer retailer ive dealt with.

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    Default Re: GB EP45/DS4P Continually Resetting.

    1022 is good for now, you may want to up your FSB a bit to get to 1066 if you can and be stable still. If not a few Mhz wont matter.

    Ya, I do use 2 and 5, and 7 for tweaking tests. I run them for about 20 minutes or so each, depending on time I have. Sometimes more or less, but be sure after a few, especially many, changes you do run some full tests and a few hours of full tests once you have time to be sure of stability.

    Which Ratio do you mean? Let me know and I will tell you some info

    Here is some Memory ratio reading, if that is what you meant >>>
    Memory divider - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    DDR2 RAM Dividers - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

    DDR2 Memory Speeds Explained - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

    Memory: Dividers, Latencies, and Bandwidth Explained - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

    DDR2 RAM Dividers - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net

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    AnandTech: ASUS ROG Rampage Formula: Why we were wrong about the Intel X48

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    http://www.peakin.com/xbx2/calculato...fsb=320&mult=9

    If you meant something else, like CPU ratio then let me know

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    Default Re: GB EP45/DS4P Continually Resetting.

    Yeh mate the FSB:DRAM ratio, i see when i change a few things this ratio changes. Im sorta unsure on what it actually is, ive tryed google etc but still dont really understand, also what is the optimal ratio if any that we should be after.

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    Default Re: GB EP45/DS4P Continually Resetting.

    Well there is plenty of links to it above.

    What you want really depends on your FSB. 1:1 (2.00 in GA BIOS's) is better at a lower FSB, higher 2.4 often tests out best

    It only changes in CPU-z if you change it. The setting in the BIOS is "System Memory Multiplier"

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