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post #1 of 28
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I'm new to overclocking and I have overclocked my cpu by using overclocking profile and I have 2 pics before and after and please say Is this is normal???

before overclocking

http://uploadpic.org/v.php?img=SXGZqUCxh

After overclocking

http://uploadpic.org/v.php?img=LEEJm7KEez

My computer properties..now it is 3.21 ghz

http://uploadpic.org/v.php?img=yFqLGYiYCu

My motherboard: Asus p5 g41T-MLX 3
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core 2 duo E7500 Asus P5 g41T-Mlx3 GT 240 gddr5 4 Gb ddr3 
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500 GB + 250 GB Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 
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Please put the images on imgur.com. I cant see them at all. Also please specify the issue you are having.
post #3 of 28
Yeah it seems to have worked fine. Not a huge oc but still one.
    
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Originally Posted by Deegan View Post
Yeah it seems to have worked fine. Not a huge oc but still one.
But now cpuz shows this

please help...

core speed reduced I don't know how

http://uploadpic.org/v.php?img=vlH5Hvjkqo

and still it shows 3.21 ghz
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
core 2 duo E7500 Asus P5 g41T-Mlx3 GT 240 gddr5 4 Gb ddr3 
Hard DriveOS
500 GB + 250 GB Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 
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core 2 duo E7500 Asus P5 g41T-Mlx3 GT 240 gddr5 4 Gb ddr3 
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500 GB + 250 GB Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 
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Originally Posted by fuloran1 View Post
Please put the images on imgur.com. I cant see them at all. Also please specify the issue you are having.
http://imgur.com/4omxC&v1nVm&AWyqf

http://imgur.com/4omxC&v1nVml&AWyqf

http://imgur.com/4omxC&v1nVm&AWyqfl

and in third image core speed and multiplier automatically reduced and I don't know how it reduced???? but still it shows 3.21 ghz
My System
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
core 2 duo E7500 Asus P5 g41T-Mlx3 GT 240 gddr5 4 Gb ddr3 
Hard DriveOS
500 GB + 250 GB Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
core 2 duo E7500 Asus P5 g41T-Mlx3 GT 240 gddr5 4 Gb ddr3 
Hard DriveOS
500 GB + 250 GB Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 
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post #6 of 28
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I have now overclocked to 3.37 ghz and here's image and Is it fine??

http://imgur.com/wF2uD
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
core 2 duo E7500 Asus P5 g41T-Mlx3 GT 240 gddr5 4 Gb ddr3 
Hard DriveOS
500 GB + 250 GB Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
core 2 duo E7500 Asus P5 g41T-Mlx3 GT 240 gddr5 4 Gb ddr3 
Hard DriveOS
500 GB + 250 GB Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 
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post #7 of 28
run LinX or IBT to make sure it is stable at those speeds. ( it should be )

the slowing is a power saving feature. support for it can be disabled in the bios.

the software control can be customized, even disable and/or limited in windows VIA

Control Panel > power options > Change plan settings.
Edited by Xinoxide - 8/3/11 at 9:51am
post #8 of 28
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Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post
run LinX or IBT to make sure it is stable at those speeds. ( it should be )

the slowing is a power saving feature. support for it can be disabled in the bios.

the software control can be customized, even disable and/or limited in windows VIA

Control Panel > power options > Change plan settings.
I ran linx and at default it was to run 20 times(I dint change that) at at 9th time it was blue screen of death.........
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
core 2 duo E7500 Asus P5 g41T-Mlx3 GT 240 gddr5 4 Gb ddr3 
Hard DriveOS
500 GB + 250 GB Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 
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My System
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
core 2 duo E7500 Asus P5 g41T-Mlx3 GT 240 gddr5 4 Gb ddr3 
Hard DriveOS
500 GB + 250 GB Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 
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post #9 of 28
as you up that FSB it could be your cputhats unstable, or it could be RAM, can you set your ram to a lower multi to single out your cpu for instability? also, adding voltage should help more with those instabilities.
post #10 of 28
Yes it's normal.

You're even lucky you're getting the OC clock in your System Information.
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