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    OK picture getting clearer, your CPU default FSB frequency is 266MHz.
    With highest memory multiplier being 4 thet higest possible DDR rate is 1066.
    The only hope to achive any higher DDR rate is OC the FSB only and perheps a minor OC of the CPU also.

    This is of course up to you. If you are interested you can begin with profJim's suggested settings for stock settings and we will take it from there.

    Your idle temps look OK but better check what you get under load, Prime/Orthos blend torture for 20-30 minutes.
    Are you using stock CPU cooler?

    You can use free image sharing like TinyPic, ImageShack and others to post several pictures in a single post.

    EDIT: If you don't wish to OC< try to select XMP profile, this should lower the timings for DDR-1066 (6-6-6-16 or so)
    Last edited by Chike; 01-28-2010 at 05:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    OK picture getting clearer, your CPU default FSB frequency is 266MHz.
    With highest memory multiplier being 4 thet higest possible DDR rate is 1066.
    The only hope to achive any higher DDR rate is OC the FSB only and perheps a minor OC of the CPU also.

    This is of course up to you. If you are interested you can begin with profJim's suggested settings for stock settings and we will take it from there.

    Your idle temps look OK but better check what you get under load, Prime/Orthos blend torture for 20-30 minutes.
    Are you using stock CPU cooler?

    You can use free image sharing like TinyPic, ImageShack and others to post several pictures in a single post.

    EDIT: If you don't wish to OC< try to select XMP profile, this should lower the timings for DDR-1066 (6-6-6-16 or so)
    I am interested in overclocking to get my DDR to a higher rate. If I set my FSB to 400MHz and lowered my CPU multiplier to 6, that would leave my CPU at it's original speed of 2.4MHz
    Would I leave my DDR set to AUTO or would I change any of those values?
    Is DDR-1066 (6-6-6-16) comparable to DDR-1600 (9-9-9-24)?

    Lastly, to which of profJim's posts are you referring to?

    Thank you again for your help.
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    Default Re: Achieving 1333 or 1600 RAM with EP43T-UD3L

    Quote Originally Posted by StormRoyale View Post
    I am interested in overclocking to get my DDR to a higher rate. If I set my FSB to 400MHz and lowered my CPU multiplier to 6, that would leave my CPU at it's original speed of 2.4MHz
    Yes, the only difference is it will always run at 2.4GHz and will not throttle down to 1.6GHz when idle as it does now.

    Quote Originally Posted by StormRoyale
    Would I leave my DDR set to AUTO or would I change any of those values?
    For 400MHz FSB, select the 4.00D multiplier and manually set the timings to 9-9-9-24, leave all advanced timing auto for now.
    Set DRAM Voltage 1.65v (1.64/1.66v if there is no 1.65).
    If 4.00D won't work, try 4.00B/A/C.

    Quote Originally Posted by StormRoyale
    Is DDR-1066 (6-6-6-16) comparable to DDR-1600 (9-9-9-24)?
    No, but there will not be much difference between 1600 9-9-9-24 and 1333 8-8-8-20.
    Aside from the timings, the higher FSB also contributes for a much better memory performance.

    Quote Originally Posted by StormRoyale
    Lastly, to which of profJim's posts are you referring to?
    This one.
    Note the voltages that are need to be set manually. Some of the may be dangerousely overvolted if left on auto when OCing.
    Run 6+ passes of memtest86+ before you start windows with the new settings. Unstable memory settings may lead to file system corruption.
    Further stability testing is needed, 8-12 hours of Prime95/Orthos blend torture.
    Watch core temps for the first 30 minutes of the torture. They probably won't go above 60c.
    If you are not sure, you can use the template from this post to posr your full settings.

    The NB is going to get a bit hotter as a result of higher voltage(MCH Core) and FSB. How is your case cooling and what is ambient tempereature?

    Do you have 0.02v increments for CPU Termination and MCH Core(above 1.2v), or is it only 0.1v incremenets?

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