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post #11 of 72
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You can't just leave CPU-NB at stock after OCing the CPU. Try bumping it to 2600MHz@1.25V and check stability.
Tried it and i got 1 error with prime95. System freeze but no BSOD.
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post #12 of 72
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For every voltage/frequency bump, your max allowable temp goes down. It's usually directly proportionate to your overclock.

My advice to you is back off your CPU overclock, to, lets say 3.9, and bump your NB OC. Thuban's are capable of more 3000 MHz NB-CPU. You'll get a MUCH more noticeable performance increase doing that than the additional 200 Mhz on the CPU. Not to mention it'll it'll drop your operating temps.
Thanks for the tip! 4.0Ghz @ 1.48v and CPU/NB 2600MHz @ 1.25v ALMOST did the trick. I made 4 test with prime until I got a BSOD
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What prime test are you running?
Use small FFT first, that is for CPU. If this is stable, then run Blend.
If small fails, you have to tweak your CPU speed/volt further.
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I ran prime95 and it crashed after a minute or 2. Hmm, will it help if i increase the CPU/NB frequency and the voltage?
No itll only make it worse. What BSOD did you get? What is your NB voltage set at?(not cpu-nb) (Im assuming your still at 255 ref clock).

Lower your oc to 3.9 and see if it stabilizes. To deem an OC stable with prime, I typically run it for 16 - 24 hours. Sometimes as much as.
Another good stress tester is folding at home for a couple of days. If your stable with those 2, then you're 99.9% stable (I dont think you can have 100% stability, even at stock.)
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No itll only make it worse. What BSOD did you get? What is your NB voltage set at?(not cpu-nb) (Im assuming your still at 255 ref clock).

Lower your oc to 3.9 and see if it stabilizes. To deem an OC stable with prime, I typically run it for 16 - 24 hours. Sometimes as much as.
Another good stress tester is folding at home for a couple of days. If your stable with those 2, then you're 99.9% stable (I dont think you can have 100% stability, even at stock.)
What should i set it at? It is currently running at 1.1v at auto. My Cpu Freq is 236 with 17x multiplier.
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post #16 of 72
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What should i set it at? It is currently running at 1.1v at auto. My Cpu Freq is 236 with 17x multiplier.
Try setting it at 1.2v, but be sure to monitor nb temps. Although I cant forsee it getting any higher than 50ish.
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Try setting it at 1.2v, but be sure to monitor nb temps. Although I cant forsee it getting any higher than 50ish.
NB temp 60 and CPU temp 53
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NB temp 60 and CPU temp 53
Well that does seem to be getting a little warmer than I had anticipated.Do you have a fan you can point at the nb to help cool it off some?

Has prime crashed since you lowered the OC?
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Well that does seem to be getting a little warmer than I had anticipated.Do you have a fan you can point at the nb to help cool it off some?

Has prime crashed since you lowered the OC?
Alright I'm starting over. Starting with 3.8GHz @ 1.45v 2500MHz NB freq @ 1.2v running prime at 54-55 degrees NB and 44-46 degrees CPU.
Because I was getting alot of BSOD/sytem freeze and etc. So doing baby steps with overclocking. I have been experimenting the h70 fan. Instead exhaust i turned the fans to intake to cool the NB. And it looks like i get 2-3 degrees cooler.
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I almost sorted out everything, after reapplying thermal compound to the Mobos heatsing everything looks smooth.

NB freq: 3000Mhz
CPU/NB freq: 1.35v
NB temp 43-45

FSB 250
Multiplier x16.0
Cpu voltage 1.41
CPU temp 52
Running on prime95

This is the northbridge

Edited by HenrikMeister - 5/2/11 at 9:48am
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