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Thread: Did I overclock my mem?!?




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    I give up as ppl here obviously can't read. : omg:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    ...in a single channel memory setup runnin' at +33MHz to the FSB is quiet fine (dual channel is where no advantage is forth comin') ..
    did u mean that dual channel does not profit from OCing the mem?

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    No only that the dual memory controllers don't benefit by runnin' the memory faster than the FSB as it already has twice the memory bandwidth where as the single memory channel chipsets will.

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    i am currently pondering resolutions as to the cause of wrongly detected memory speeds in windows when set in bios to +166mhz optimal. here are my settings:


    AGP fast write capability - (enabled)CPU external clock frequency - (133mhz) CPU frequency multiple frequency - (133mhz) [size=2]CPU frequency multiple SIZE] CPU interface - (Optimal) Memory frequency - (By SPD) Resulting frequency - (166mhz) Memory timings - (optimal) SDRAM active precharge delay - (7) SDRAM ras to cas delay - 3 SDRAM ras precharge delay - (7) SDRAM cas latency (2.5T) FSB spectrum (disabled) AGP spread spectrum (disabled) CPU vcore setting (auto) Graphics aperture size - (128mb) AGP frequency - (auto) System bios cacheable - (enabled) Video ram cacheable - (enabled) DDR reference voltage - (2.6v) AGP vddq voltage - (1.5v) AGP 8X support - (enabled) [size=2]AGP fast write capability - (enabled)CPU external clock frequency - (133mhz) CPU frequency multiple SIZE] CPU interface - (Optimal) Memory frequency - (By SPD) Resulting frequency - (166mhz) Memory timings - (optimal) [size=2]SDRAM active precharge delay - (7) CPU external clock frequency - (133mhz)
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