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    Default Synchronous Hypertransport and Ram question

    My question is this. If I am overclocking my cpu and in turn my Hypertransport and Ram, is it benifit to have them (HT and RAM at a ratio of 1:1) in sync with one another even if I can push the Hypertransport a little higher than the ram.
    This is what nTune reports for my system.


    CPU Speed = 3300.780
    CPU Multiplier = 12.000
    FSB Frequency = 275
    Memory Frequency = 1100.000
    PCIE Frequency = 2500
    tRas = 12
    tRcd = 2


    where the Hypertransport = the fsb multiplied by 4.

    I can get a stable system with the fsb multiplied by 5, where 5 is the max.

    Thank you for any help or suggestions in advance.
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    Hi tjhooker, as an AMD overclocker... hypertransport MUST NOT surpass 1GHz or 1000mhz...it causes instability above 1000mhz so drop yr hypertransport multiplier to 4 if there is a need to overclock... it has been proven that even below 1000mhz there is no significant drop in speed.

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