Ok thanks, and do i need to change the FSB's voltage if i overclock the CPU? how do i know how much it needs? However im not too keen on changing the FSB's voltage so i would prefer not to change it if i could but ofcourse thats not always an option lol. Oh and also, this may sound stupid but i have an 8800GTS graphics card which i am really afraid to damage or break. I have its frequency set to 100Mhz in the BIOS, when i overclock the CPU the Graphics card's speeds are not changed at all are they? I only ask because the RAM's speed does change and so does the FSB.^ Well if u increase the Bus speed then the FSB Speed also will go up especially since your Multiplier is Locked (@7) and cannot go down or up.
What you can do is play around with the FSB : DRAM ratio so u can increase ur FSB speed w/o increasing the memory speed too much.
wait, is the memory not recognized or just that theres no improvement from your previous score. It's because it tests the speed of the RAM not the amount.Any idea why on a Lenovo T61p running Vista Ultimate x64 and increasing from 2 to 4 GB of memory the Windows Experience Score would remain the same (4.8) with the memory score as the lowest (i.e., limiting) factor? The system does recognize the full amount of memory.