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Hello Forum!

 

Admittedly, I am a newbie when it comes to over-clocking anything – so try not to use big words if you try to help me. I just tweak until all hours of the night sometimes. However, with my latest upgrade, I’m frustrated enough to ask for some help.

 

The Problem:

I upgraded my RAM from 1 to 2 gig’s and now my benchmarking scores have actually gone down!

 

I was getting over 13K with 3DMARK03, now I can squeeze out about 11K. My FPS with Doom3 when from 49.5/62.5 to 42.8/56.8 (and I have artifacting over 800x600).

 

I would appreciate any help or advice.

 

Paul

 

www.PaulDNickell.com

 

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2.8 Northwood @ 150.5 FSB x 21 = 3160.4MHz

2 x CMX1024-3200C2 Rev1.1 @ 150MHz 2-2-2-5

Abit IT7

eVGA 6800 Ultra

SB Audigy 2 ZS / Inspire T5400 5.1

2 x WD Caviar 93 gigs

Antec True Control PSU

Samsung LCD 191t

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- The BIOS -

Ext. Clock: 150

PCI Bus: 33 Fixed

Multiplier: set to 10 but will only run at 21!

H/W Strap: Low

DRAM Ratio: 1:1

Core Voltage: 1.6

DRAM Voltage: 2.8

 

CAS# Latency: 2.0

RAS# to CAS# Delay: 2

RAS Precharge: 2

Cycle Time: 5

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running 4 sticks of ram?

 

each additional ram stick will result in the MB running the ram slower. THats because its harder to get the signals to match.

 

You will always get a higher ram OC with one stick one chanell.

 

You could try boosting the RAM voltage and setting the RAM timings in the BIOS manually but that may not help.

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