Originally Posted by ganon551
Thank you all for replies
So I tried to set my multiplicator on auto, and to increase my bus, but it's still the same : Double boot troubles :/
Which means I have no choice but keep my computer like this. My DD is a SSD, so that's ok for mechanical stuff.
My temps on OCCT are going to 50°C maximum. I have two fans on my CPU heatsink, one blowing in and one blowing out, so my VRM are hidden by the fan, plus the fan that is blowing air out of my case.
Actually my case is opened because my Mugen 2 rev.b is to high, so I think it has a great effect on temps
OK I've looked. rerfreshed and refreshed again so unless some else is typing as I write this no one has already said this so here I go:
Gannon, ok, temps are now well within the safety zone so that's a good start. NOW To find out if you can make the double-post thing go away, or if you in fact have perment damage (which I doubt so far) you need to set the ENTIRE BIOS back to "Optimized Default" not just CPU mulitplier to auto. No OC on anything, not even the RAM (no XMP). Optimized Defaults accross the board. That should
cure your double boot... I say should because my set up has in fact never had the issue so I personally have never had to cure it, but then I personally have been a lot less aggressive in my OC'ing than most too so..... anyway....
Assuming that cures your double post/boot thing you can then start, one thing at a time start easing it back up in baby steps until you see it misbehave then you can tweak it back to the last setting that was stable.
By one thing at a time I mean RAM then "system"(everything else). I personally found joy (when pushing the CPU multiplier) to do VCORE voltage, HTT, NB and Bus speed, all together, each in the smallest increment alowed, except Vcore voltage the allowed increments are small enough that you can go 1 or 2 ticks up from stock ON the 1st-go anyway. On subsequent go-rounds no more than 1 tick (or I believe +0.025v) (or is it +0.005v per tap?)
Quick correction, "Optimized Defaults" turns on "turbo", "cool & quiet" and I believe the "C41"(something like that) mode/option. ALL the stuff that looks good intuitively, that they tell you to TURN OFF if you're going to OC. If by any slim chance "Optimized Defaults fails to cure the double-post, go back in disable all those things "they" reccomend turning off before starting an OC. AND IF you're STILL double posting....
then... really not cool. You could well have damage. At that stage I'd start reseating/testing ram, try a different video card, stuff like that...Edited by NoNewEgg4Me - 5/30/13 at 9:43am