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Hello everyone, I have a problem... I have seen the benefits of a fast CPU/NB speed and wish to overclock mine to 2.75ghz. I have isolated my CPU/NB by lowering my cpu multi, ram multi, and HT link. I have tried 1.4v at 2.75ghz on the CPU/NB and it still crashes... it can run Prime95 for 15mins no prob but whenever i try to run a small game like Runescape it will crash after 2-5mins. It just locks up and restarts, i have tried raising the HT link to 2.75ghz as well as adding voltage and still no stability. My ram is well within its specs. My CPU is running a 13x Multi and the board is running a 250mhz bus speed. My temps are NOT an issue as my A/C is running right into my PC... Thanks in advance
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You shouldn't need that much voltage for 2.75Ghz. I use 1.35v for 3.0Ghz. Test it at 2.5-2.6Ghz at stock volt and then increase from there. I think 1.3v should be plenty for you.
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Your motherboard can't handle that high of an NB. Simple as that, especially if you are trying that much voltage to get that. You need to try 2600 NB with like 1.25v. MAYBE 1.3v. If that doesn't work either then you gotta go lower.

EDIT: Also leave the HT link at 2000.
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Thanks for the quick replies, ill try that right now.
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post #5 of 17
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Your motherboard can't handle that high of an NB. Simple as that, especially if you are trying that much voltage to get that. You need to try 2600 NB with like 1.25v. MAYBE 1.3v. If that doesn't work either then you gotta go lower.

EDIT: Also leave the HT link at 2000.
OK, i am trying 2.6ghz at 1.275v but will try lower volts afterward. I have also read on overclocking guides that my Thuban loves a high HT link..
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No please do not overclock your HT. You will only make your system worse, there is nothing to gain from anything higher than a 2GHz HT link.. but it will decrease performance if you overclock it.

Good luck with the 2.6GHz though. I'm sure you'll have more luck with that, IF not then just back down the speed a little more.
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No please do not overclock your HT. You will only make your system worse, there is nothing to gain from anything higher than a 2GHz HT link.. but it will decrease performance if you overclock it.

Good luck with the 2.6GHz though. I'm sure you'll have more luck with that, IF not then just back down the speed a little more.
thanks alot, i will leave my HT link at 1.8-2ghz. I am dissapointed that my mobo cannot handle a faster CPU/NB
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It's not that bad really. Just be glad you didn't buy a fail MSI motherboard and have it blow up on you during all that excess voltage you would have been using.
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Quote:
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Your motherboard can't handle that high of an NB. Simple as that, especially if you are trying that much voltage to get that. You need to try 2600 NB with like 1.25v. MAYBE 1.3v. If that doesn't work either then you gotta go lower.

EDIT: Also leave the HT link at 2000.
Why wouldn't his motherboard be able to handle that high NB?
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Why wouldn't his motherboard be able to handle that high NB?
It just doesn't, I have the same board. I can do 2750mhz on reasonable volts(around 1.25v, can't remember precisely)but even 50mhz more it won't boot until 1.5v.
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