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    Hey wiggo I have a couple of questions for you. I can get my fsb past 2605.9 by manualy overclocking. Here is my current settings, dram frequency 320mhz,cpu external frequency 200,agp/pci frequency auto, cpu core voltage 1.775, ddr refrence voltage 2085 (5.4), performance mode auto. Here is a couple of setting I don't know anything about, cpuid max value limit, enable/disable. dram idle timer. My memory will not run at 400mhz either. Right now it's at 160 mhz. The only way I can get any speed increase is through the AI overclocker. If you have any imput on this get back to me. Thanks for the imput so far.
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    Ya AGP/PCI Frequency lock it to 66.66/33.33 as that will make sure that those buses don't get out of spec. Ya core voltage is far to high and voltages from 1.7v and up should be avoided at all costs as it can cause damage to the core. The dram idle timer I havn't worked out yet so leave it at the default setting but where is the cpuid max value limit as I havn't seen that nor know what it is. Your memory is only rated for 233MHz (DDR466) speeds (though some will run ok a bit past their rating) so while the FSB doesn't exceed that then the 400MHz setting should be fine but after that then the 5:4 setting will come into action so that the memory is kept within spec's. Also remember that every CPU has its limit but ya still havn't said if ya usin' the stock Intel HSF or something better.

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    Everything is water cooled by water chill. The cpu temp has not exceeded 80 F. And I lowered the core volage the moment I seen it did not make a difference.
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    Well my 2.4C's FSB is runnin' at 270MHz for 3.24GHz and with the CPU/memory ratio set at 5:4 (320) the memory is runnin' at 216MHz (432DDR), that's all with the standard Intel HSF. I suggest that ya run CPU-Z and click the memory tab and give us a screen shot of it.

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    Well, I'm not sure just how to give you a screen shot of cpu-z. Yah, well, so I'm a rook at this haha. If this does not work get back to me and let me know how to do it. It didn't work. I don't know how to give you a screen shot of it.
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    I think I have it
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    and here's one of the cpu
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    So those screenies were taken with the CPU at stock speed with the CPU/memory ratio (DRAM Frequency) set to 5:4 (320) I take it? :?:

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    yes. I email ocz and told them about my problem. They got back to me this morn. I haven't gotten into the bios yet and configured it the way they told me. It was 4:30 am when I got up. To early not enough coffee yet. Soon though.
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    Here's a shot of wcpuid. It's alittle different. I'm not sure whey the multiplier is different then cpuz
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