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How do I change FSB:Ram ratio on P4P800

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August 2, 2003 1:24:08 AM

I just got my Intel system, 2.4C runs at default 1.48 vcore. Got the Asus P4P800, I could find the option that tell me how to change the FSB:ram frequency. Please help me Thanks guys.

I hate Computers! I could only overclock my Barton 2500+ to 2645mhz. My Sapphire 9800pro core/mem speed won't go above 490/750. I really hate computers!
August 2, 2003 10:36:24 AM

Hi,
You can set the ram at 266, 320 or 400. 266 is 3:2, 320 5:4 and 400 is 1:1.
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August 2, 2003 9:25:53 PM

That's not what I meant, I want to overclock, that's why I'm asking this, if I freeze the ram at certain frequency, the FSB will go up, but the ram frequency just stays the same no matter what, and I really don't want that.

I hate Computers! I could only overclock my Barton 2500+ to 2645mhz. My Sapphire 9800pro core/mem speed won't go above 490/750. I really hate computers!
August 3, 2003 12:53:45 AM

Well of course I'm using manual, but I can't find option that sets the FSB:RAM frequency ratio.

I hate Computers! I could only overclock my Barton 2500+ to 2645mhz. My Sapphire 9800pro core/mem speed won't go above 490/750. I really hate computers!
August 3, 2003 11:48:10 AM

Well your wrong about it freezing the ram at a certain frequency. It only sets it in relation to the CPU I have mine set at 320. My 2.4c is at 3.2ghz. CPUZ shows my memory FSB at 213.
August 3, 2003 5:27:17 PM

Ok, Thanks, it worked.

I hate Computers! I could only overclock my Barton 2500+ to 2645mhz. My Sapphire 9800pro core/mem speed won't go above 490/750. I really hate computers!
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