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Old November 12, 2008, 10:44 AM
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Run your mem @ 1:1, and 4-4-4 if it will do it or you can use a divider if you want faster and 5-5-5. 9x445 will give you 4Ghz, and you will likely need 1.30-1.4v for vcore. What I usually do is boot with a little more vcore than you think you need and reduce it until you get orthos errors. Some prefer the slow steps up approach, but I find this way is faster.

I see you also have speed step on, to keep it from throttling turn off EIST and C1E in the BIOS.
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