Typical OCs for x2s? in Overclocking and Cooling Posted February 10, 2006 Naddie, it seems that you didn't believe my numbers that much. Maybe with the other better setups around you understand luck and expertise are the most important factors for OC. A lot of patience after that. These memory timings can be tricky. Just now I was running 260x10 and decided to go back to 250x10 and the rig didn't boot. Started all over again for this setting. I have 4 setups stored in my BIOS. My setups: 250x10 (1.375*113%), CAS 3,3,5,3,7,12, CPC ON, 1CLK, no skew, 2.7v, 1:1 memory and HT x4 260x10 (1.475*110%), CAS 3,3,7,3,12,14, CPC ON, 1CLK, no skew, 2.7v +0.3v, 1:1 memory and HT x4 280x9 (1.475*104%), CAS 3,3,5,3,7,12, CPC ON, 1CLK, no skew, 2.6v, 180MHz memory and HT x3 290x9 (1.525*104%), CAS 3,3,8,3,10,14, CPC ON, 1CLK, no skew, 2.7v +0.3, 180MHz memory and HT x3 Marcelo What numbers where you talking about? This is a first post I saw hard numbers, lol Thanks, btw. I am not sure if I can do that as well. Anyways, I dunno how to even begin playing around with the "other memory timings". Afterall, most of us only know of the 4 that they use to advertise memory. those are documented highly well online. The Overclockers guide did explain them but still not sure where to start, which setting to play wth first, what it should b set to start, etc. Thanks for all the replys. Sorry I have been busy with work lately never got a chance to go "foruming".