Didn't work..12x275 ended up setting my cpu to 4.125ghz..instead of 3.300ghz..and that was with memory set to ddr2-800..I have know clue what so ever..How you was able to do it..I can't seem to up my memory speed to 1100 or 1200..when I know my memory can do it with no problems..And the only way I can do right now..Is setting my cpu to 8x-300FSB..and my memory to drr2-800 which gives me 1200...but lowers my cpu from 3.4ghz to 2.4ghz..which to me is a big underclock..and I'd like to keep my 3ghz speed range..but also get my memory passed 1100..
Only way I can get it to boot is setting my memory to DDR2-667..Would like to set it at DDR-800..but if I do..It sets my cpu at 4.5ghz.. ( 11x-300 )...which doesn't make since to me..So if anyone has any ideas..Please throw them my way..I could use the help
I have to say, I dont you how you get 4.125 from, 12x275.
the maths doesnt change, multiply 12x275 = 3300.
Depending on your bios options you should be able to change the memory multiplier/devider to help you sync your speeds. or maybe reset back to factory defaults and try from scratch.
An all honesty, speeds higher than 900Mhz on the ram doesnt yeald great performance boosts on the type of systems we have. I have settled for my current config as my X2 wont overclock to 3.4Ghz stable. If it would, I would sacrifice some ram speed.
Thanks for the help lee-m..I finally got it to work..It took some doing..Having to learn what it happens to like..And boy let me tell you....CPU at 3.4ghz..HT at 1550..and the memory at 1200...Vista loads abouts 6sec faster..Getting a jump on games..system runs alot faster and is happy as can be..So anyone who says AMD systems don't get performance boosts..With faster memory..Is full of it..Cause they do..let me tell you
CPU 3.4ghz X11
FSB 310 HT 1550mhz
Memory 8gig 1232mhz
and I am loving it