|Yes i googled that one out and found myself. Anyways guess i was editing my post exactly when you replied :)|
Ive done lots of research and actualy understand now how it actualy works even tho i was rather new to overcloking in general.
I understand now` its about Quad Data Rate so if the Frequency is 400 then FSB is 1600 and also the ram works on Double Rate. got it perfect now (I hope).
Now..From what i understand its perfect to run it at 3.2ghz so i get the full out of it. Ok so , result :
Ive put the Ram at 800 from 1066 with the 800 timing 5-5-5-18 ,modified fsb to 400 ,PCIE freq 100 put north bridge 400 got 3.2ghz and normal voltage showed by CPU-Z was 1.16 (at 2.66Ghz ). Ive gotten up to 1.21 since below that it were only crashes and stuf and when i got to 1.21 my pc purely stopped working , it started and 1 sec after automatic restart . I had to reset my bios by removing the pin and battery , no problem there took 2 mins. But uhm why did this happen ?O_o
PS: I kinda` did something that i maybe shouldnt do , First ive put the ram at 800 and then changed FSB to 400 but as i was changing this my RAM changed and ive put it to 1066` instead of 800?! and rest is what ive said earlier. rr after Rr :))
Now the question is : I put my ram to 800 and then its get modified in bios when i change my frequency and leave it like that , or i change the frequency and then leave the ram at 800 ?
And another 1 . I have actualy 2 spread spectrums PCIE and PCU as far as im aware of disable both ?!
Ive read a lot of posts about this and in some posts said that crashes in my case can be due to Ram failing . Maybe changing the ram back to 1066 after setting Freq, at 400 wasnt a good ideea after all =)
Ok so lets see to see if i fully understood.
My Frequency atm 266 which means 1066 FSB
My rams atm run at 1066 but which means its divided by 2 so its 533 so ratio is 1:2.
Sorry for beeing annoying , most of those are probably trivial to you :)