Originally Posted by hogans
BTW, my system just crashed at the 333MHz settings and I reverted back to the 300 MHz settings.
Did I have something set wrong?
I think the processor must be spiking a little above the 60c threshold and it's causing all the BSODs. Also that heat-sink may be not be that good or it may need to be reseated the correct way, if there's no good contact.
I have the Tuniq Tower 120 and it keeps my CPU at 35c idle and about 44c loaded. TAT is a different story, it keeps it at 53c but nonetheless it's well below the 60c threshold set by PCProbeII and once pass that, the system should restart itself but in your case it's BSOD'ing.
Leave it at 300 if everything works out great, you can only go so high with what you have.