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    Default Re: ddr-2 1300 mghz

    Quote Originally Posted by califmike2003 View Post
    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.
    Ok stick to 2.2 volts aslong as you can....

    As for Memtest you will need to:-

    1) Download http://www.memtest.org/download/2.01...+-2.01.iso.zip
    2) Unzip file
    3) Burn File to a CDr/w - i's an ISO image file. Most burning software, ie Nero, Roxio etc will let you burn an ISO image. This image once burnt is self bootable.
    4) Make sure your CD/DVD drive is the first item in your bios's boot list.
    5) Restart out of windows, or boot from cold etc with the Created CD in the drive. It'll start by itself.
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    Default Re: ddr-2 1300 mghz

    well i have passed 1 hour of prime 95, 32m super pi, and memory test, so i guess im pretty stable, i have tightend up my timings somewhat. Now i would just like to try to get some more bandwidth, and for that i need more fsb, even if i go 10 mghz over the 401 fsb, it wont boot.

    I have tried lowering the memory multi, taking the memory way down to like 1000 , i still cant go over 410 fsb i dont even know where to begin to try to raise the fsb.

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    Well if you can't increase the FSB and you've proved it's that by decreasing the memory multiplier, ie so it's not a memory limitation, it's most likely a CPU/Chipset limitation. That's where you then get into the realms of increasing the CPU voltage.
    Obviouly that carries a risk and will also require that you have adequate CPU cooling.
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    Thanks again. Well i will tell you, when i had my other memory kit before this 1300 kit, i was able to reach 580 fsb, couldnt get any higher. But the memory wouldnt reach over 1160, but the fsb was kicking but. Now i have this 1300 memory kit, has to be memory related, i have had my processor to 4 gigs easy, i have a e8500, so i think its the memory, or im just not setting something right. I think since i had 580 fsb before it show this board is capable of high fsb. I only want about 465-475 in that area, but i cant get above 400 no matter what i try, any thoughts ?, thanks for all your help and input. Im have played with different memory kits and tweaking, now i just want to get 465 fsb around 3.6 processor, and 1300 memory, that should give me the 10.,000 bandwidth i seek, but im just at a lost here.

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    Sorry i do have great cooling on my northbridge and on my cpu, about as good as you can get short of water cooling, im about 31c on my cpu overclocked.

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    Default Re: ddr-2 1300 mghz

    Quote Originally Posted by califmike2003 View Post
    Thanks again. Well i will tell you, when i had my other memory kit before this 1300 kit, i was able to reach 580 fsb, couldnt get any higher. But the memory wouldnt reach over 1160, but the fsb was kicking but. Now i have this 1300 memory kit, has to be memory related, i have had my processor to 4 gigs easy, i have a e8500, so i think its the memory, or im just not setting something right. I think since i had 580 fsb before it show this board is capable of high fsb. I only want about 465-475 in that area, but i cant get above 400 no matter what i try, any thoughts ?, thanks for all your help and input. Im have played with different memory kits and tweaking, now i just want to get 465 fsb around 3.6 processor, and 1300 memory, that should give me the 10.,000 bandwidth i seek, but im just at a lost here.
    Well you could reduce the CPU multiplier and set the memory multiplier to 2.00x That way you will continue to increase the FSB without initially (depending on where you start) taxing your CPU or memory.

    So at default, your system would have a 2.40 memory multiplier for 800Mhz ram, ie 333.xx X 2.40 = 800Mhz
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    333.xx x 9.5 Cpu multiplier = 3.16Mhz E8500?

    Now in the bios, Disable C1 and EIST and I assume too that your multiplier goes from 6x to 9.5x with Fine tune 0.5x steps too?

    You could set your FSB to 400, your CPU Multiplier to 8x and your memory multiplier to 2.00x

    That would equal a CPU @ 3.2Ghz and memory at 800Mhz.

    You could then try incrementing to 450fsb
    = CPU @ 3.6Ghz & memory @ 900Mhz

    This way you are increasing the CPU frequency faster than the memory frequency, to see where your CPU limitations lay.

    Also use CPU-z to keep an eye on all the frequencies whilst in windows.
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    Well i have made some progress, i am at 485 fsb 3.6 processor, and 1297 on my memory, not completely stable yet, im working on that, so things are look up will post my settings you can tell me what u think, thanks again for all the great help

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    Well i tried 32m spi wasnt stable, prime 95 lasted 5 min, totally unstable, tried to tweak settings, turned off the computer for awhile, now i cant even get close to 485, makes no freaking sense how it booted up for hours, take a break SAME EXACT SETTINGS WONT BOOT , loosing hope for my settings.

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    Default Re: ddr-2 1300 mghz

    Want to thank you for your help guys, have been at it all day trying to get where i want, i was acually there, but then for some reason cant get back, i have determined that my settings cannot be acheived, this memory in my opinion is way overated, and i will be selling it, and looking for some other memory, and interested in it, ITS GOING CHEAP.

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    Default Re: ddr-2 1300 mghz

    Sorry to hear you could not get setup how you wanted. Do you want some more help or did you just decide for sure to sell off the ram?

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