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    Ok thanks again buddy i will try that and see how it works, i would like to get around 460 stable, i will try your suggestions, and post back, thanks again

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    No luck, i tried lowering the multi, raising voltage, i dont know what the heck is going on, i will post my settings here for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by califmike2003 View Post
    Dont understand, board just wont post over 405 fsb . I can get the memory to run at 1467, but cant get the fsb over 405 ???
    What don't you understand? The Memory you have linked to, is some of the fastest DDR2 I've seen and the price reflects that too. It's advertised rating (1300Mhz) is significantly above that of most of the competition out there which tend to have an advertised 1200Mhz ceiling on their best/fastest DDR2 products.

    Are you trying to destroy the memory? Everything has a limit and even a 10%+ increase which it looks like you have already achieved, from already extremely overclocked RAM is outstanding. I'm not sure what you are trying to achieve?
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    califmike2003,
    I agree with VorLonUK,your memory is DDR2-1300 but 6-6-6-18-2T,with 2.35-2.45V.
    Will run fine DDR2-1200 5-5-5-15.
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    i understand, i have had it up to 1467, im now running it at 1338 with 401 fsb. I guess i was wanting to pull 10,000 gb of bandwidth out of the memory, right now im getting 9,000 bandwidth. Im on extreem system forums, i see guys pulling 11,000 bandwidth. I guess i just want to see how far i can push my system, then back down and get it stable. It seems very stable at 1338 5-5-5-15, im now tightning up the timinings. I had some other cellshock memory i was able to do 1200 and get 500 fsb. I would like to get around 465 fsb 3.6 processor, and around 1333 memory, stable if i can to get me where i want to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by califmike2003 View Post
    i understand, i have had it up to 1467, im now running it at 1338 with 401 fsb. I guess i was wanting to pull 10,000 gb of bandwidth out of the memory, right now im getting 9,000 bandwidth. Im on extreem system forums, i see guys pulling 11,000 bandwidth. I guess i just want to see how far i can push my system, then back down and get it stable. It seems very stable at 1338 5-5-5-15, im now tightning up the timinings. I had some other cellshock memory i was able to do 1200 and get 500 fsb. I would like to get around 465 fsb 3.6 processor, and around 1333 memory, stable if i can to get me where i want to be.
    As Stasio says you could probably tighten things up (or atleast try) without pushing the benchmarks up with Mhz alone.
    Also some of the major Stability settings can give massive performance rewards, such as tRD

    Are you using Everest and Memset in windows?

    Now you have found the raw Mhz limitations, you could "Default" back to the already high 1200Mhz setting and try and tighten that right up.
    Go easy on tRD as you will lock the system up if you go too low.
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    Well im not to experienced in this overclocking, right now im running 1338, trd static tread ? it is set to 6 and system is running ok, it did increase my everest scores. What programs do recomend to get this thing stable ? prime 95 ? i have memory set , but dont know how to use it, just downloaded it. Tell me what settings in the memory are going to affect my performance the most ? thanks for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by califmike2003 View Post
    Well im not to experienced in this overclocking, right now im running 1338, trd static tread ? it is set to 6 and system is running ok, it did increase my everest scores. What programs do recomend to get this thing stable ? prime 95 ? i have memory set , but dont know how to use it, just downloaded it. Tell me what settings in the memory are going to affect my performance the most ? thanks for your help.
    It can be a bit tricky, because you may get away with the occasional memory error in windows, which of course MemTest would pick up.

    The thing with Memset and Everest, is you can quickly see on-the-fly what settings really affect performance. Then you have Prime95 (and there are newer versions on their ftp site), which will check stability and temps especially if you have overclocked your CPU.
    Then of course Memtest will check your memory, but outside the windows enviroment.
    Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool
    The guide that Lsdme has put together on this forum is essential reading too:-
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/memo...vs-bios-27283/

    If I were you, I'd get a feel for timings in windows and see with Everest how you may improve on them (bandwidth wise). If you feel happy with a setting in Memset whilst in windows, you'll then be in a position to set it up properly in the bios. However and as per the guide (above) some values are shown diffently in the bios as they are in Memset (ie there is an amount added on to the value) so be careful and note down the changes you make. A spreadsheet printed out is ideal (and geeky) for this.
    Then every so often, Reboot into the MemTest CD and make sure your memory is happy at the settings yo have setup.

    As you have so much flexibility on your Ram and you are keen to see what the performance ceiling is, you will no doubt need to be quite methodical noting things, to make sure that whilst you have this great performance, that your memory isn't "falling over" and producing errors.
    You need to establish a base point first - where memtest works absolutely fine, ie a modest overclock and/or average to tight memory timings.

    Also keep the voltage on the lower side on the Ram, say 2.0 - 2.1 volts for your ram. You can increase that upto the warrantied ceiling only if it is neccessary. No point in heating up silicon for the sake of it.
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    Thank you for you help, first my memory wont even boot up under 2.20. Ok what im really confused about is the memory test link you gave me, when i go there, there is loads of this version, source code, zip file, what one do i want to download ? very confusing to me ? thanks again.

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