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Hey guys, just want to know what you think about my OC

It is on a LanParty UT NF4 SLI-D (705-2BTA), AMD athlon x2 4600+, This RAM If you think I could push anything any further, let me know.

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FSB Bus Frequency.............................  231 MHz

CPU/FSB Frequency Ratio.......................  11.5





Memclock (DRAM Frequency) ....................  200

Command Per Clock..............  Enabled

CAS Latency (Tcl).............................  3T

RAS# to CAS# delay (Trcd).....................  3T

Min RAS# active time (Tras)...................  7T

Row precharge time (Trp)......................  3T

Row Cycle time (Trc)..........................  10T

Row refresh cyc time (Trfc)...................  15T

Row to Row delay (Trrd).......................  2T

Write recovery time (Twr).....................  3T

Write to Read delay (Twtr)....................  2T

Read to Write delay (Trwt)....................  3T

Refresh Period (Tref).........................  2592

DRAM Bank Interleave..........................  Enabled



DQS Skew Control..............................  Auto

DQS Skew Value................................  0

DRAM Drive Strength...........................  Normal 3 

DRAM Data Drive Strength......................  Level 2

Max Async Latency.............................  6ns

DRAM Response Time............................  Normal

Read Preamble Time............................  Auto

IdleCycle Limit...............................  256

Dynamic Counter...............................  Disable

R/W Queue Bypass..............................  16x

Bypass Max....................................  7x

32 Byte Granularity...........................  Disable (4 Bursts)

 

I would like to get the CPU a bit higher, but the system is always very unstable if I go any higher. I have tried using the 11, 11.5, and 13 multiplier along with other FSBs. As well, I have no idea how any of the voltage stuff works so I havent touched it. If you guys think it could help my OC let me know. (PSU OCZ PowerStream 600w) thanks!

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It seems that using a half multiplier I get the fastest and most stable OC

 

EDIT: TRYING to read that guide just probably did the equivelant of throwing me into a desert fro ma helecopter spining me around 30 times then chucking me another mile, and expecting me to get home--in short its confusing :P

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read the part on how to set up your cpu volts...cpu plus special...pretty easy to figure out..

 

then if you think your ram is letting you down drop it on the 180 divider and try the 242x11 again...if it boots it was the ram... if it doesnt well you may need more vcore..

 

if you are supose to be at 1.4vcore...set start up

 

Start up....1.45

Cpu 1.400

special 104%

 

then try it again if you need a bump try 110%...

 

then next would be 1.425 + 104%

 

just print out the cpu vcore chart and follow that...

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Ok, so here is what I did, set Memclock (DRAM Frequency) to 180, then set the FSB to 242 and the multiplier to 11. Didnt boot. THen I set the CPU VID control to 3.0 and 104% special, no boot. Then set the special to 110% no go. Then I set CPU VID Control to 3.5 no go, SPecial to 104% no go, SPecial to 110% tons of color blocks.. Right now I have the CPU VID control and special set to auto and the FSB at 221 multiplier at 12. Do you think I have OCed my ram to much?

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Withe the FSB set to 242, multiplier set at 11 and divider at 180 the ram was running 222MHz. It is rated to run at 250MHz. I know what you said above but you need to read the overclcocking guide until you understand it.

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I think I figured it out (sorta). Memclock to 180, Multiplier to 12, FSB to 225. That would put me at a 300MHz OC to 2.7GHz and 245MHz RAM. I attempted this earlier and my system wont boot. I Think I have to screw with my Voltage, but I was screwing with voltage earlier and it didnt help AT all.

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