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I'm trying to get my overclock stable and can't. The processor is an Athlon ii x3 but it has a Deneb die. the system is the one in the sig the temps are low but idk if it's ok to raise the voltage anymore. Here are some pics of bios
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What is your FSB: DRAM ratio?
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Where do I find that
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I'm not familiar with the ASrock OC suite, but it should be near your ram settings. It will be either a x4, x5.33, or x6.66
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I looked through every tab in the bios and had no luck. Do I need a bios update
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Manually downclock the RAM, reduce the HT link and start pushing your FSB up.
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Is the ht link ht bus speed in my bios? If so its on auto so should I set it to x8 or lower
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The 880GM-LE is a low quality 3+1 phase. Protected by shutdown, but not ready to handle the current of an overclocked and overvolted Phenom II x4 quad core.
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It says it can handle a six core so an overclocked 3 core with an l3 cach shouldn't be to much. My processor is rated at 95w and the motherboard is rated at 125w
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Manually downclock the RAM, reduce the HT link and start pushing your FSB up.
yah.what this dude said..vcore up to 1.5..temps allowing..although i see xd flaling his arms..3+1 phase IS pretty crappy..do so @ your own risk..imo NOT a good ocing board..you'll experience frequent reboots
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