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    Default GA-MA790XT-UD4P unlinked ram mode?

    Im finding this mb to be very hard to oc . I feel that if i can unlink my ram from the fsb, ill have better results

    I dont see the unlink option in the bios? help

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    Default Re: GA-MA790XT-UD4P unlinked ram mode?

    There is none. You must drop the memory multiplier than set the HT Link Frequency down a notch or 2 and the CPU Northbridge Frequency down a notch or 2 then you can raise the CPU Host Frequency. Thats if you don't have a black edition cpu. If you do all you need to do is raise the CPU clock ratio. You did'nt mension what cpu and memory you are using.
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    Default Re: GA-MA790XT-UD4P unlinked ram mode?

    thks but ive come a long ways since my op. heres my oc, its not much, but its cool and stable.

    my setup

    cooler master 932haf case and v8 cpu cooler
    ga-ma790xt-ud4p
    p2 955 be @3.6
    1333 supertalent ddr3 @1600 (7-7-7-24-33-T1)
    vista hp 64, 500g seagate hdd sata2
    evga 8800 gts sc 640mb, lg 22 1680x1050
    x fi gamer, logitech x540 spkrs
    spire 650w psu

    bios f5

    acc auto
    cpux 18
    nbx 12
    fsb 200
    htx 11
    ramx 8

    voltages

    ram +0.05 1.65v
    nb normal
    sb normal
    cpu nb vid +0.05 1.15v
    cpu +0.025 1.375v

    So what do u think ?

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    Default Re: GA-MA790XT-UD4P unlinked ram mode?

    That'll get r done! I think the ram is being streched.
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    Default Re: GA-MA790XT-UD4P unlinked ram mode?

    Quote Originally Posted by artdrivers View Post
    I think the ram is being streched.
    SuperTalent W1333UX4GM

    Yeah i know the timings sound a little crazy. i found a forum where somebody claimed to be running these timings. So i said to myself "WTH"
    1600 speed could only be reached with the cpu defaulted. so i settled with cpu@3.6 ram@1333 7-7-7-24-33-T1

    very nice performance increase

    very nice ram, 4gigs for $80
    Last edited by StoOopiD; 10-09-2009 at 10:02 AM.

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