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Windows 7: How to get RAM upto Speed?

28 Jun 2009   #11
skunksmash

SEVEN x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by brayway View Post
yes they are for the CPU and it is listed in the options for CPU Voltage it has the option for +50 +100 +150 and no % sign
well..... ive never seen VCORE listed in that way before , i cant really recommend a setting for you as i have no idea how much ''realtime'' voltage it will push to the chip....

you'll have to just begin a ''trial & error'' campaign, make a note of your current VCORE via CPUZ, then select the ''+50'' option, then head back to CPUZ & see how much the VCORE has raised by.... this will give you a rough idea of how much voltage each value will give you over the stock settings...




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28 Jun 2009   #12
brayway

Windows 7 Professional X64
 
 

hmm.....yea.....im trying to look for an image somewhere that shows it.....
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28 Jun 2009   #13
brayway

Windows 7 Professional X64
 
 

have a look here this guy has the sam MB as me
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28 Jun 2009   #14
skunksmash

SEVEN x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by brayway View Post
have a look here this guy has the sam MB as me
hmm..... i think the ability to OC was added to your board as an after thought, that doesn't mean it cant....it just means you cant refine as well as other boards..

you probably wont be able to go much past stock with this board, im guessing you wont have proper RAM adjustments either....

i had an ASROCK board like this, it had OCing features much like your own & i was only able to pull a 200mhz boost over the stock clocks....

your chip has a x10 multi though, so you may be able to push it a little......

grab a new board if your interested in OCing.....




SK
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28 Jun 2009   #15
brayway

Windows 7 Professional X64
 
 

yea this board was one that i just got to get away from ddr1 RAM LOLz
so far i have OC's from 2.0 to 2.86 but as soon as i hit 2.9 the OS BSOD's and if i goto 3.0 it doesn't even POST but i will eventually get a new board but i'd rather a new CPU first.
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