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September 13, 2009 3:56:03 PM

i have problem with my RAM and MAINBOARD
right now i use the
intel Q8200 clock @ 2.8ghz
PSU cooler master 1000 w
RAM HYPER X 1066 mz
mainboard EP45-UD3P gigabyte.
Grafic Card HD4870
the problem is i can clock to 3.4 ghz but when i use value ram kingstone & appcer i can pull to 3.4 ghz
please somebody there help me with hyper x only 2.8,i use in bios or the easy tune 6 also fail

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September 13, 2009 6:24:15 PM

is your problem that your hyperX ddr2 is holding back your overclock?

If so then turn down the memory-FSB clock ratio. You are probably trying to clock your memory too high, or alternatively, turn up the voltage on the memory (this might void your warrantee though)

If that's not the problem, then you have run into a problem with the Q8200. The Q8xxx series processors are notorious for not being good overclockers, because of their low multipliers and high stock FSBs. You can't really get them to clock that high because you'll hit the maximum FSB clock and the multiplier doesn't get you that far. If this is the case, sorry but you can't do anything about it.
September 13, 2009 7:58:09 PM

thank for the tips,i agree with your opinion, what your opinion about CPU, if i use the Q6600?

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September 14, 2009 5:28:57 PM
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Depending on a lot of factors (stepping, VID, case, cooling), upper range of Q6600 is 3.4 GHz to (rarely) 3.8 GHz.

You are hitting 3.4 GHz. with a Q8200. The system architectural improvements of the Q8200 will just about balance out any potentially higher speed of the Q6600.

If you have a Q6600 lying around, you can try it, but it's not worth buying one.
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