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How high can i go with Twinx3200-LL


Sylvainp

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Hi guys, here is my PC

 

P4 2.4c @ 3.00 (FSB 250Mhz)

(CPU idle 30 - Load 48 degree with sensor under core of the CPU)

Corsair Twinx3200-LL (2.75V on DIMM) CAS 2-3-2-6

Asus P4C800-E Deluxe Bios 1019

Thermalright SP-94 with Artic Silver 5

 

Right now I use a ratio of 5:4 for the memory so my RAM are at 200 Mhz and the FSB is at 250. Is it better to run a ration of 1:1 instead of 5:4 ? Now I use the tight timing of 2-3-2-6.

 

I have tried to set the FSB to 255Mhz with a 5:4 ratio so the CPU was at 3060Mhz and the RAM at 205Mhz and Memtest give me some errors.

 

How high can I increase my FSB with these RAM when using a 1:1 ratio ?

At what timing ?

And voltage ?

 

Thanks

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I'd suggest 2.75 or 2.85v with that RAM. However, your best overall results will likely be with the 5:4 ratio as you will get a much higher CPU speed. With the 1:1, you will probably never make it past 220mhz max unless you REALLY want to pour the voltage to the RAM. However, this would require a volt mod and would void both your MOBO and RAM warranty.

 

I'd try to OC at a 5:4 ratio. If you can go up from 250/200, that will likely be your best option with your current setup.

 

Mike.

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