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post #11 of 21
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220@ 1.375 failed as before
220 @ 1.4v got past the warning screen and just on to a black screen (at the point where windows usually appears)

Increase the voltage to a max of 1.45v.
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Lower the CPU multi, put the Vcore back to default and try again but go in 10mhz increments. Make sure to keep the Northbridge and HT as close to stock as possible for now. Before adding Vcore, try HT-link voltage increases and possibly Chipset voltage as well.

Get the the bus speed to a stable level with a lower CPU multiplier and then you can increase CPU multiplier and vcore. You may want to lower your memory speeds to their lowest level until you figure the rest out as well to eliminate it as a problem.
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post #13 of 21
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The same error screen as before appeared at boot
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The same error screen as before appeared at boot

Just find a guide which will tell you to basically do what I said. It's going to take a few hours to get it all figured out. You need to start from scratch with stock settings and work on one part at a time to ensure everything works(or can even be overclocked).
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post #15 of 21
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Lower the CPU multi, put the Vcore back to default and try again but go in 10mhz increments. Make sure to keep the Northbridge and HT as close to stock as possible for now. Before adding Vcore, try HT-link voltage increases and possibly Chipset voltage as well.
Get the the bus speed to a stable level with a lower CPU multiplier and then you can increase CPU multiplier and vcore. You may want to lower your memory speeds to their lowest level until you figure the rest out as well to eliminate it as a problem.

HT link voltage wouldn't be of much help since the frequency needs to be kept close to stock. OP, as mentioned, reduce the multi to 10X and push the FSB to 250Mhz. Keep the vcore @ 1.45v and increase the DRAM voltage to 1.9-2.1v.
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post #16 of 21
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the ddr2 voltage goes up in increments of +0.05v I don't know what the stock volt is of the ram to know what + i need to add to get 1.9-2.1v (bios was just stated as auto previously)

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post #17 of 21
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the ddr2 voltage goes up in increments of +0.05v I don't know what the stock volt is of the ram to know what + i need to add to get 1.9-2.1v (bios was just stated as auto previously)

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The default voltage for DDR2 memory is 1.8v. Just keep adding +0.05v till you total to the desired amount thumb.gif
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post #18 of 21
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thumb.gif

Ok so to summarise;

CPU freq [250]
pcie clock [100]
cpu clock ratio [x10]
cpu nprthbridge freq [auto]
cpu ht link voltage [normal]
ddr2 voltage control - tried 1.95v & 2.0v and got the boot error
cpu voltage control [1.45v]

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post #19 of 21
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The default voltage for DDR2 memory is 1.8v. Just keep adding +0.05v till you total to the desired amount thumb.gif

This is not completely true/accurate - it varies by DIMMS and this is the lower-end of DDR2 voltage. Most of the DDR2 chips are around 2v.

@OP

Just a heads up - the original Phenoms (such as yours) weren't great clockers. You'll be lucky to pull 300Mhz and insanely lucky to pull anything close to 3/3+Ghz. Just to note. They were tough chips to get decent clocks on.
    
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post #20 of 21
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Cheers for the responses, I found this website which relates to this processor http://www.amdgeeks.net/overclockdatabase when you type in the processor amd phenom x4 and model 9650 it shows what other people have done with the processor... so I assumed it was possible smile.gif
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