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If there is, flash it. Because people overclock. The DDR333 has much more headroom than the P4 B can utilize, but it allows the chip to reach its theoretical max. RevolutioniZed General Hardware 6 Mar 4, 2004 07:39 PM why is ddr400 slower than ddr333?...

Sep 9, 2006 pc3200 400mhz 1gb ram problem. Hey Hey Chuckvi I have an emachine T3265 with an Athlon xp3200+ and I thought I could just plug in some 3200 and that would be it.....not. thanks in advance Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Dual Channel by VAPCMD / April 4, 2007 11:18 AM PDT In reply to: dual RE: you question...thanks, btw..if my

The Ram alone might have fixed some of my problems, we'll see. There are other ratios available that let you run your FSB and RAM at different speeds. Thanking you in advance. be prepared to obeserve the impact and tradeoff of the RAM speed reduction and the extra 1GB RAM.

There's also a possibility your system could become unstable with that setting, so I'd advise against it, or the the divider could go up to 13 when you OC the CPU, thanks in advanceDon't know of any AM2 MBs that use DDR..the design is for DDR2 and if you found such a MB, you'd suboptimize system performance. When I set my Ram to 266mhz the FSB|DRAM ratio is 1:1 but when its at 333mhz the FSB|DRAM ratio is 4:5(not 5:4). http://www.computing.net/answers/cpus/how-could-i-know-pc3200-ddr400-ram-frequency/16384.html Maybe consider a diff MoBo to put all your good hardware on G'Luck May 24, 2005 #4 chuckvi TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks...I guess Like I said the BIOS is

I am confused as comparisons drawn with other people's overclocks reveals stability at 2.8 on this voltage or at the common 1.55v. The multiplier of this CPU is 19x. 533 MHz FSB = 133 x 4. 133 MHz x 19 = 2537 MHz. Tom's also shows the 4400+ 3Dmark 06 1.1 cpu benchmark as 1658. If you're really itching to get it up there, see if you can run your processor at 2400Mhz, that, coupled with your memory divider of 12, should give you the DDR400

Heeman General Hardware 8 Feb 12, 2005 04:50 PM DDR400 on DDR333 motherboard? If the MB is selecting a 12 multiplier then refer to that part of the BIOS. I agree it's probably a screwy MB. Its only running at 1.55v aswell when the accepted maximum is 1.645 for A64 chips.

Edit: As soon as Xavier comes on he will expand this answer (as he usually does ) Reply Reply post #6 of 12 5/11/05 at 10:09am Xavier1421

The P4 B's with 4.264GB/s of bandwidth don't have an exact match. i've read in another much less desirable forum site lol that some guy was questioning the validity of these same sticks actually stating that the kingston or samsung

help please please help guys i have an ASUS P4PE-X motherboard with 512mb ddr400 ram. if you OCed to 2.4GHz you'd have 200MHz aka DDR400 ram. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

so it just might be that the motherbord dosent suport yours.

the last time i changed my voltage though it blue screened on start up with the CPU dumping cache crap, it corrupted my CMOS aswell, requiring me to take the battery Report • #6 21jhzz February 11, 2011 at 16:36:10 in the bios & use spec programs Report • #7 pavanappikatla February 12, 2011 at 09:13:31 My board is of model : First, here is a link to your manual if you don't have the hard copy:http://www.ecsusa.com/DLfile/manual/mb/eng/k8/RS482-M.zip• Press Del while computer is starting to enter bios (page 36 in PDF)• Go to Advanced All in all, the difference between 183 and 200 is so small, you'll never see it with the naked eye.

and why am i even bothered by the 67Mhz loss of memory function? also what about the new RAM that runs 550MHz http://www.hardcoreware.net/reviews/review-209-1.htm no CPU has a 225MHz/550Mhz FSB. RAM and CPU's could run on different FSB's on the same mobo. KyleSTLDec 20, 2007, 3:28 AM I believe all AMD platforms determine memory clock by a divider of the processor frequency.

the ram speed is based on a divider of the cpu speed. Currently, there are 2721 Active Users (462 Members and 2259 Guests) Recent Discussions › The Socket 939 Appreciation Club and Knowledgebase [Official] 1 minute ago › ZEN - Hyper Thread 2 Unfortunately I am on an intel board and cant configure the FSB|DRAM ratio. You may also...

Your chip is a windsor (F2), check? They can't get above 220 or so FSB at a 1:1 ratio. Just my two cents. Any suggestions???

I might replace it again w/ 1GB of PC3200 just because it would be cheaper than higher speed stuff, and I would run it using the same 5:4 ratio. __________________ A64 First off to buy proprietary is not such a bad thing to do. Just recently put together a machine for a family member using an old agp card.