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    I have another question, didn't you say to put the ram fsb at 5:4? Well, it's at 1:1 now, but it's running at the same speed as the cpu now.
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    If ya remember back to my 2nd post I told ya that ya memory is rated for 233MHz operating speed and the FSB that you were talkin' about back then was well inexcess of that but somewhere after a 233MHz FSB ya'll have to bring that 5:4 setting into action.

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    Hey Wiggo, I never asked you what your cpu temp is running? You have it cranked to 3.2 gig? I was just wondering what temp it is running with a stock hsf.
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    Ok atm the room is 20C, the mobo's 22C and the CPU under full load 41C.

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    So the 41c is about 120f? I think there is 61 degrees difference. Oh, and by the way, how do I get the memory back to 5.4? I've messed with the bios so much I forgot. It's still at 1:1 now, but still running at cpu speed :cheers:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    or change the DRAM Frequeny (CPU/memory ratio) to 333MHz (5:4 but this setting will likely be shown as 320).

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    The dram frequency is and has been set at 400. Do I need to drop it down to 320 To get the 5:4?
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    Yes.

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    Well, I reduced the dram frequency to 320,(5:4) but that drops the speed of the dram to 196. I take it memory can't run at the speed of the cpu? This is why you have to drop it? And I tried to reduce all the clocks (under chipset features) cas to ras, dram precharge, ect. But my system won't boot with those settings. Not sure what's up with that. It would seem like this memory would handle it. Maybe it's meant for pc 4000-4400 I don't know.:shrug:
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    So ya at about a 245MHz FSB now are ya or higher? Don't worry about that memory speed atm as as ya push the FSB higher then the memory speed will increase as well but we do only recommend low latency (fast timed) PC3200-3500 with these setups (higher speed rated memory uses slower timings which will impact on game play).

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