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got my 3800X2 to 2.8ghz! but....need help with ram

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I was running at 2.8ghz with 280HTT 10x multi and 3xldt with 2x P95 stable.

 

CPU @ 1.55

LDT @ 1.4

Chipset @ 1.6

 

ram with 1/2 divider

 

i was just trying to find my max, and wow...im really impressed :)

 

i then tried to find my max HTT and mem speed so i lowered the cpu multi to 8x LDT to 3x and tried to run my ram 1:1

 

HTT @ 220

 

timings were 2.5-4-4-10 with 2.8volts

 

(note: i used the ocing guide and adjusted all my ram settings to what would give higher FSB and more stability)

 

The PC booted up but after it went past the "CMOS Backup....OK!" it went to a black screen.....

 

I then tried all other mem settings on their default setting with 2.5-4-4-10 and still no go :(

 

I know ram isnt the problem because it did 250mhz easy on my old rig

 

any ideas as to whats going on? what settings i need to change? or is my mem controller really....really....bad :(?

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I was running at 2.8ghz with 280HTT 10x multi and 3xldt with 2x P95 stable.

 

CPU @ 1.55

LDT @ 1.4

Chipset @ 1.6

 

ram with 1/2 divider

 

i was just trying to find my max, and wow...im really impressed :)

 

i then tried to find my max HTT and mem speed so i lowered the cpu multi to 8x LDT to 3x and tried to run my ram 1:1

 

HTT @ 220

 

timings were 2.5-4-4-10 with 2.8volts

 

(note: i used the ocing guide and adjusted all my ram settings to what would give higher FSB and more stability)

 

The PC booted up but after it went past the "CMOS Backup....OK!" it went to a black screen.....

 

I then tried all other mem settings on their default setting with 2.5-4-4-10 and still no go :(

 

I know ram isnt the problem because it did 250mhz easy on my old rig

 

any ideas as to whats going on? what settings i need to change? or is my mem controller really....really....bad :(?

 

 

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