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post #11 of 16
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I've flashed the BIOS and fortunately without any problems. I now have version 1.10
There are a few extra settings like Vdrop high or low.
Ow and C-states are set on by default (enables the *24 multiplier)

But again turned off spread spectrum en set the base clock to 145 MHz and system doesn't boot. A small OC like this should be fine with everything on auto right?

Edit:
Now I have the new BIOS the OC Genie can't find a stable overclock, after rebooting a few times it sets to 3.02 GHz and it still isn't stable...

Any had some experience with this?
Edited by Ahzriaz - 7/29/11 at 3:41pm
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post #12 of 16
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Have been testing a bit more and can't get it to work.
Have disabled all the power saving functions. Spread Spectrum off.
Tried Vdroop high and low and still a small OC to 145 MHz doesn't work.

Is there another setting I am forgetting?
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post #13 of 16
try setting things in the bios to default (not optimised) then boot, open ControlCenter and nudge the blk up slowly, from 133 - 145 shouldn't effect anything, but its also then gonna be linked to you're memory speed, so make sure you set your mem to default too.
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post #14 of 16
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Just tried it and after 2 or 3 seconds a BSOD. Perhaps something wrong with my board?
I'm going to turn on Prim 95 and verify if its stable without OC. (playing Crysis 2 for 2 hours works so I think it is)

About my memory, I never done anything with it so what should I check?

Btw my temps are fine max 62 decrease (except when it is very hot outside)
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Well I decided to turn my memory down a bit and the system boots at 145 MHz and 150 MHz didn't try 160 MHz. Stress testing now and seems to work. Temps are from 56 centigrade to +-71 with an ambient temp of 21 centigrade.

What can be wrong with my memory and more importantly how to put it back to 1333 MHz?
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post #16 of 16
under the cell menu in the bios, there should be a section called memory-z or something, from there you can manually change the timings and ratio, just leave everything at auto, or if it improves stability, lower the speed of the mem?

Temps seem fine, i'm not sure what the standard is for air cooling these days.
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