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|29th June 2006, 21:55||#1|
I got 256MB Advance Module
PC 3200(200MHz) this is my current Dram config, but when i change DRAM Clock to 200 MHz my computer cannot boot up.
i need help to know what the correct setting that can get to 200MHz
|1st July 2006, 11:54||#5|
My guess is that your cpu cant handle the speeds your putting it on.
Lower your mulity. and then increase your fsb.
If your running on an nforce 2 mobo put your mem:fsb ratio to 1:1.
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