|06-16-08, 06:50 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
overclocking an e6400 w/p965 platinum
This is probably a really dumb question, but I have a intel e6400 cpu on a p965 platinum msi motherboard with 4x 1gb sticks of ocz 667mhz ram and I was under the impression that at stock speeds, the fsb was running at 266mhz, which in turn meant the ram was running at 533mhz... although the bios says 667mhz.
If I raise the fsb speed then the ram speed raises as well, so for a 300mhz fsb I get 750mhz on the ram.
I thought I could up the fsb to 333mhz while leaving the ram at 667mhz. Am I completely off ? or is it because of my motherboard ?
I noticed the same behavior with an e8400 and 800mhz ram on a different motherboard, what am I missing here ?
I'd really appreciate any help, thanks.
Rig #1: Core 2 Duo E6400, MSI P965 Platinum, 4 GB OCZ 667mhz DDRII, MSI GeForce 8800GTX 768MB, E228WFP Dell 22" LCD (primary), LN32R81B Samsung 32" LCD (secondary), SB Live 24 bit, WD3200KS & 2x WD5000AAKS Western Digital SATAII Drives, 500w Powercooler PSU.
Rig #2: Phenom 8650 X3, MSI K9A2 Neo F, 2 GB Kingston 800mhz DDRII, Sapphire ATi Radeon 1950 XTX 256MB, Samsung Syncmaster 700p 17" CRT, WD5000AAKS Western Digital SATAII Drive, 520w Powercooler PSU.
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