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Lower fsb ratio to dram setfsb

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June 12, 2012 2:43:49 PM

Hey guys, I have an dell optiplex 755 (the 2nd smallest), with an intel core 2 duo e6300 and 4 gb ddr2 ram and gt440 2gb graphics card (overclocked and over volted). My chipset is q35 and i have no overclocking option in my bios so i used setfsb to overclock my core 2 duo 1.86 ghz @ 2.2 ghz with this pll CV184-2APAG, but after that my pc gets unstable. i dont overclock my pci express too much but i need overclock my cpu more but my ram gets unstable :fou:  (i have also overvolted the cpu but its not the cpu, the ram gets unstabled). my ration of fsb:D ram is 4:5, i want to decrease it, i want to overclock my cpu more with less overclock of ram, i dont have any option in my locked dell bios so i need a specific software for this or can i do smoething in setfsb's diagnosis tab to decrease the ratio :whistle:  . Or is there any software to increase the multiplier so i can get of this. :D 
please guys i need help, give good suggestions. :( 
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June 12, 2012 4:18:13 PM

Is there any way to raise the RAM timings?
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June 13, 2012 3:20:23 PM

i dont understand, what is ram timing? but i haven't seen this option any where :( ,
well u know that 1.8ghz to 2.2ghz is a less overclock of cpu so please help me to raise it more with less ram overclock or no ram overclock because it gets unstable :( 
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June 13, 2012 3:31:50 PM

If you can't adjust the FSB: DRAM ratio and you can't change timings, the only other option is the CPU multiplier. But I bet that's not adjustable either.

Companies like Dell lock their motherboards down for a reason. If you want to get more performance, you either will have to buy a new motherboard or a new CPU. I'd suggest looking for a new motherboard. I picked up a BioStar mATX mobo for like $65 and it supports OCing.
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June 13, 2012 6:56:27 PM

I can overclock through setfsb, it overclocks fsb, ram, pci express , agp etc.
the only probem is that ram gets unstable while overclocking, i cant overclock cpu without overclocking ram, after some overclocking the ram gets unstable, the ram supports less overclocking compared to cpu and other things so i cant overclock other stuff because the pc crashes because of ram unstability so i want to change fsb : ram because it is 4:5 so i want to make it 4:1 or something like that so what do i do to change this ratio, any software or something, i cant change my motherboard so i can either change the ratio of fsb to dram or change cpu multiplier, please give me a suitable software for this :( 
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June 13, 2012 7:03:14 PM

That's what I'm saying... you can't. It's a Dell. They lock their BIOS.
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June 13, 2012 7:11:33 PM

any software buddy :(  please
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