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checking newegg, both the regular sempron 2800+ and sempron 64 2800+ are clocked at 1.6ghz. 8x200 and i do believe that all semprons are multiplier locked.

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msmolt - Default is 200x8 = 1600MHz on the 2800+ (At least on mine - Rev "D")

 

gourou - You'll probably have to use a divider with 2 sticks to get to 2.4 with any stability.

 

I'm running 305HTT, with DRAM Frequency at 166 (5/6 divider), 2.5-4-8-4 2.8V for a ram speed of roughly 255 - passes all stability tests.

 

 

MY CPU is A64 2800+ ~~~ Default is 200X9.

one ram..... Default cpu/ram voltage 300X8 ok

but two ram can not start the pc....

 

Blooz1 - your ram is single band?

 

my ram is double band..... double band can not going to 300Mhz?!

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Blooz1 - your ram is single band?

 

my ram is double band..... double band can not going to 300Mhz?!

By double band do you meen duel channel? If so, 754 is not duel channel and wont run it even if using duel channel ram. You can still run the ram just fine, it just wont run in duel channel.

 

At what FSB can you get stable? What are your temps like at stable settings, and what voltages are you using?

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gourou.. You need to read the forum rules and make a sig with your complete system specs ..Thx

 

Im trying to ask nice and not delete your thread because you already have alot of replies.. PLEASE READ THE RULES AND MAKE A SIG !!

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