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Windows 7: Kingston RAM Overclock?

18 Jul 2010   #51
Nemix

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Here are a some plug and play options for you if you still want to play with the setting, I've lowered my standards and lowered your memory speed overclock:

DDR2-933
Ram Voltage = 2.3v
FSB Frequency = 232
DRAM Frequency = 800
CPU Ratio = 10.5x
HT Link Speed = 1.6Ghz
CPU/NB Frequency = 1600Mhz
CPU/NB Voltage = Add 0.8v
CPU Voltage = Add 0.Xv (Add the smallest increment you can add)
Memory Timings = 5-5-5-15 (Just set the first 4, leave the rest)
Memory Mode = Gagged (For Single Channel)


DDR2-900
Ram Voltage = 2.3v
FSB Frequency = 225
DRAM Frequency = 800
CPU Ratio = 11x
HT Link Speed = 1.6Ghz
CPU/NB Frequency = 1600Mhz
CPU/NB Voltage = Add 0.8v
CPU Voltage = Add 0.Xv (Add the smallest increment you can add)
Memory Timings = 5-5-5-15 (Just set the first 4, leave the rest)
Memory Mode = Gagged (For Single Channel)

DDR2-966
Ram Voltage = 2.3v
FSB Frequency = 241
DRAM Frequency = 800
CPU Ratio = 10x
HT Link Speed = 1.6Ghz
CPU/NB Frequency = 1600Mhz
CPU/NB Voltage = Add 0.8v
CPU Voltage = Add 0.Xv (Add the smallest increment you can add)
Memory Timings = 5-5-5-15 (Just set the first 4, leave the rest)
Memory Mode = Gagged (For Single Channel)

If you happen to be successor with any of the above settings please post up some screen shot of CPU-Z for further investigation. Good Luck!


My System SpecsSystem Spec
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18 Jul 2010   #52
Omlet

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Nemix77 View Post
Here are a some plug and play options for you if you still want to play with the setting, I've lowered my standards and lowered your memory speed overclock:

DDR2-933
Ram Voltage = 2.3v
FSB Frequency = 232
DRAM Frequency = 800
CPU Ratio = 10.5x
HT Link Speed = 1.6Ghz
CPU/NB Frequency = 1600Mhz
CPU/NB Voltage = Add 0.8v
CPU Voltage = Add 0.Xv (Add the smallest increment you can add)
Memory Timings = 5-5-5-15 (Just set the first 4, leave the rest)
Memory Mode = Gagged (For Single Channel)


DDR2-900
Ram Voltage = 2.3v
FSB Frequency = 225
DRAM Frequency = 800
CPU Ratio = 11x
HT Link Speed = 1.6Ghz
CPU/NB Frequency = 1600Mhz
CPU/NB Voltage = Add 0.8v
CPU Voltage = Add 0.Xv (Add the smallest increment you can add)
Memory Timings = 5-5-5-15 (Just set the first 4, leave the rest)
Memory Mode = Gagged (For Single Channel)

DDR2-966
Ram Voltage = 2.3v
FSB Frequency = 241
DRAM Frequency = 800
CPU Ratio = 10x
HT Link Speed = 1.6Ghz
CPU/NB Frequency = 1600Mhz
CPU/NB Voltage = Add 0.8v
CPU Voltage = Add 0.Xv (Add the smallest increment you can add)
Memory Timings = 5-5-5-15 (Just set the first 4, leave the rest)
Memory Mode = Gagged (For Single Channel)

If you happen to be successor with any of the above settings please post up some screen shot of CPU-Z for further investigation. Good Luck!
Quick question, will these settings apply to just that DIMM slot or all slots? Also, when adding RAM, should I add it backwards from slot three to slot one? It's not dual channel memory, so I can just plug them in any slot right?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
18 Jul 2010   #53
Nemix

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Usually the settings apply to all the dimm slots.

Are you getting the exact same ram, size, make and model?

It's recommended you get the same speed ram DDR2-1066, if it's not the same size e.g. 1 x 2GB then it'll automatically run in single channel. If it's the same size but different brand and model chances are it'll try to run in dual channel, this is assuming you get the same speed DDR2-1066 ram.

Dimm slot 3 (next tot furthest dimm slot you now have your ram in) is the best regarless. You can set the DDR Ungagged Mode = Auto, this way if it's dual channel as detected by the BIOS it'll run in Ungagged Mode and Gagged Mode for Single Channel.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
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