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    Default Re: EP45-DS3R & E8400 & 2x2GB 1066MHz - Overclocking help required.

    Thanks for all the help so far... i've got quite a bit of work on at the minute...so i'll have to revisit this in a few days.

    I've not managed to get it stable at 3.84Ghz at all yet.. but i also havent really had the time to sort it out.

    Once again, thanks and as Arnie said, i'll be back.

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    Default Re: EP45-DS3R & E8400 & 2x2GB 1066MHz - Overclocking help required.

    Quote Originally Posted by MadTommy View Post
    Once again, thanks and as Arnie said, i'll be back.
    He's my hero since i was teen.

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    Default Re: EP45-DS3R & E8400 & 2x2GB 1066MHz - Overclocking help required.

    Once you've reached stability using the 2.00D memory multiplier, try using 2.00B.
    Up to about 460MHz, the "B" multiplier should be stable using 1 step lower tRD compared with the stable "D" multiplier.
    Note: Some have found that the "D" multiplier is easier to get stable than the "B" multiplier.

    If your system is stable with 4-4-4-12 primary memory timings, it still might be stable with 4-4-4-10 or 11 timings.
    Quality high performance memory can often use these timings up to 875 - 925MHz memory speeds.

    MCH Core = 1.22 - 1.26 might help with stability. Too much or too little will cause stability and/or boot problems.
    Once you've reached your final stable settings, try lowering tRFC in steps to find the lowest stable setting.

    Naturally, you'll need to perform extended stability testing with each memory tweak.
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