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bupster1405

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I have recently, mid summer, bought a MSI motherboard and it came with a program called Core Center. This program allows you to adjust a few minor/ major components with windows open. Mose programs only allow it to work in the BIOS settings. My Core Center runs fine with a FSB of 200x10.5, but if it goes above 215x10.5, it slows and even frezzes.
Any solutions why this is the way it is?
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Because you are overclocking the pc without changing the ram settings if yo loosen up the timings you will see it go further, its easier to just do it in BIOS the MSI boards have good Bios for overclocking.
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How do I "Loosen" them up? make the numbers higher, or lower? Which one's *DRAM Timing* group? I alsp have a AGP Timing group...
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