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Why does windows reset on my stress test?

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When I start to run "Heavy Load", the display starts to gitter then after 4 or 5 min's windows shuts down and the pc resets. My cpu temp. is only at 46 or 47 degrees Celsius. So i am not thinking it is a temp. problem. Had been thinking it is memory related problem if anyone can help point me in the right direction or even some sort of possible cause it will be appreciated. Here are my BIOS setting's:

Clock Ratio x14=4004
North Bridge Freq.x10=2860
Core PerformanceDis.
FSB 286
HT link width Auto
HT link freq. x7=2002
Memory clock x4=1144

Dram Voltage 1.66v
NB voltage 1.14v
CPU NB VID control 1.4v
CPU voltage control 1.425v

post #2 of 5
Just because your temps are not high does not mean your CPU is stable. What program did you use to stress test your CPU?

It is highly likely that your overclock to 4Ghz is unstable so try increasing the voltage or reducing your FSB.

Good luck
Edited by ikcti - 5/30/11 at 6:54am
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you will probably have to play with your ram timings to get your 1055t stable at that freq. the higher you go past 4.0 GHz the more in timing you have to play with.
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I'd try setting 1.475v on the CPU and lowering the CPU-NB for now.
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Adjust the cpu voltage and nb.If all else fails reset to stock and start the oc all over again.Also it looks like to me anyway that your nb voltage is too low.I bet if you increase the voltage to the nb you might find you system becomes more stable.If you want to keep it at 2860 MHz.

Just my 2 cents.
Edited by langer1972 - 5/30/11 at 7:56am
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