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I have kind of a big problem now...after getting a few blue screens, now when I try to restore my default settings..I find that I cant. In my BIOS, it locks up about 5 seconds after I get into it.

How do I fix this? I cant change any of my settings until I can get it to stop locking up on me
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Pull the battery or clear the CMOS.

The basic procedure is: Hit the 0 switch on your ATX PSU. Unplug the power cable. Hit the power switch on your case to discharge the mobo caps.

Then reach in, pull the battery out for a minute, then put it back in. Plug your PSU back in and hit the switch. Then fire your puter on up.
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I have kind of a big problem now...after getting a few blue screens, now when I try to restore my default settings..I find that I cant. In my BIOS, it locks up about 5 seconds after I get into it.

How do I fix this? I cant change any of my settings until I can get it to stop locking up on me
Got this figured out...just cleared my CMOS. (Man, its awesome learning stuff as you go!)

So, back to square one. I hope, as I go, I'm increasing the right voltage. Do I upgrade the CPU manual voltage or the CPU/NB manual voltage?

I can't figure out where my instability issue is.
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Got this figured out...just cleared my CMOS. (Man, its awesome learning stuff as you go!)

So, back to square one. I hope, as I go, I'm increasing the right voltage. Do I upgrade the CPU manual voltage or the CPU/NB manual voltage?

I can't figure out where my instability issue is.
CPU manual voltage...keep in mind though...some CPU's will have wall that is hard to get past. Like my CPU will not go past 4.2 without like 1.57 volts....thats .09 volts more than 4.2.

You may just have to keep tweaking and tweaking.

What BSOD error number are you getting?

Here a list of them and what they mean
0x101 = increase vcore
0x124 = increase/decrease vcore
0x0A = unstable RAM, if that doesn't work increase vcore
0x1E = increase vcore
0x3B = increase vcore
0x9C = try increasing vcore
0x50 = RAM timings/Frequency increase RAM voltage
0x116 = Low IOH (NB) voltage, GPU issue (most common when running multi-GPU/overclocking GPU)
0x00000109 = Not enough or too Much memory voltage
0x7E = System Drivers issue
0x24 = Disk corruption (Did you OC the PCI-E bus?)

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Pulled the list from another thread and edited out some of the intel cpu based things
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CPU manual voltage...keep in mind though...some CPU's will have wall that is hard to get past. Like my CPU will not go past 4.2 without like 1.57 volts....thats .09 volts more than 4.2.

You may just have to keep tweaking and tweaking.

What BSOD error number are you getting?

Here a list of them and what they mean
0x101 = increase vcore
0x124 = increase/decrease vcore
0x0A = unstable RAM, if that doesn't work increase vcore
0x1E = increase vcore
0x3B = increase vcore
0x9C = try increasing vcore
0x50 = RAM timings/Frequency increase RAM voltage
0x116 = Low IOH (NB) voltage, GPU issue (most common when running multi-GPU/overclocking GPU)
0x00000109 = Not enough or too Much memory voltage
0x7E = System Drivers issue
0x24 = Disk corruption (Did you OC the PCI-E bus?)

D

Pulled the list from another thread and edited out some of the intel cpu based things
You're definitely getting a +rep from me! Thank you for the help.

I got a 0x124 error during an intel burn test, then subsequently a reboot.

My CPU manual voltage is at a 1.20 value right now. When I hit +, the next value up is raising it 0.875v. How far should I take it? I'm currently trying to achieve 3.39ghz, so knowing how much to raise it might help with achieving greater speeds.
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You're definitely getting a +rep from me! Thank you for the help.

I got a 0x124 error during an intel burn test, then subsequently a reboot.

My CPU manual voltage is at a 1.20 value right now. When I hit +, the next value up is raising it 0.875v. How far should I take it? I'm currently trying to achieve 3.39ghz, so knowing how much to raise it might help with achieving greater speeds.
Well you should be able to manually change it to whatever you want. On my bios, you have to first set it to manual. Then go down to the cpu voltage and it says auto on mine. Then I just type in my desired voltage. Such as 1.46. And it will put that in the box. Mine does have an option where you and + or - it. But I would rather type it in.

And the 124 I would imagine it would need more voltage. You might try 1.45 and see if it will boot. Then if it does, open CPU-Z and see what your actual voltage is. Even if it is like 1.56 in windows your CPU isn't going to like blow up. Just if it is that high then reboot and lower your voltage to 1.44. I used 1.47 to boot at 4.0 on my chip. I then turned it back a bit. But After I tried to go up more, I added voltage. Granted we have 2 different chips. That is just an example.


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Just a quick question. Why did you buy the 1035? Why not the 1090 or something? Or even the 1100t? Just curious, that 2.6 clock speed kinda blows...

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Well you should be able to manually change it to whatever you want. On my bios, you have to first set it to manual. Then go down to the cpu voltage and it says auto on mine. Then I just type in my desired voltage. Such as 1.46. And it will put that in the box. Mine does have an option where you and + or - it. But I would rather type it in.

And the 124 I would imagine it would need more voltage. You might try 1.45 and see if it will boot. Then if it does, open CPU-Z and see what your actual voltage is. Even if it is like 1.56 in windows your CPU isn't going to like blow up. Just if it is that high then reboot and lower your voltage to 1.44. I used 1.47 to boot at 4.0 on my chip. I then turned it back a bit. But After I tried to go up more, I added voltage. Granted we have 2 different chips. That is just an example.


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Trial and error...makes sense, and ultimately the life of an overclocker! I'm not aiming for its max of 4.0, but 3.6-3.8 would be nice. If I cant get my CPU usage down in my single threaded game, I may have to just cave and get a sandybridge.

Ill keep you updated!

Also, I reckon I'll likely get to having to tweak my RAM...is there any complication with that?
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Just a quick question. Why did you buy the 1035? Why not the 1090 or something? Or even the 1100t? Just curious, that 2.6 clock speed kinda blows...

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I work for Best Buy, and I got a factory comp at $640 off...that came with that chip. Was a huge upgrade over my athlonx2 4085. Only paid about $300 for the whole machine, though, all thats left of it IS the processor..lol.
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So far, I'm at 3.6ghz and looking stable. Coretemp has it at 36C during the intel burn test. Is this accurate?? If so..thats amazing!
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