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Pencilo here again,

I turned on OverVolt and turned down my Vcore so that totally Ive got ~1.5(forgot to get the 2nd number after the 5) However looking at Everest I stay between 1.50 and 1.52.
Possibily this could help, Im going at 270x10 (with ram on divider and HTT down ) Ill a few small tests and then try and go higher.
prime when I go to sleep

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ran one test on each core(at once of corse) prime95 large FFT.
Since originally, with the save voltage without over volting I failed in less than a min on one core, I believe I have made good progress thanks for the help
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Pencilo here again,

I turned on OverVolt and turned down my Vcore so that totally Ive got ~1.5(forgot to get the 2nd number after the 5) However looking at Everest I stay between 1.50 and 1.52.
Possibily this could help, Im going at 270x10 (with ram on divider and HTT down ) Ill a few small tests and then try and go higher.
prime when I go to sleep
I'm a noob at the O.C. to,but be carefull of your temps when you raise v-core just a small increase can have a large increase of cpu temp,you can fry your chip with a quickness.Make sure your temp's are stabilized before you leave it unsupervised..Were your voltage rails up to spec's?All way's check for rail voltage stability before you O.C, culd save you a lot of problems,even good name brand PSU's can have crappy rails...Best of Luck..
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I'm a noob at the O.C. to,but be carefull of your temps when you raise v-core just a small increase can have a large increase of cpu temp,you can fry your chip with a quickness.Make sure your temp's are stabilized before you leave it unsupervised..Were your voltage rails up to spec's?All way's check for rail voltage stability before you O.C, culd save you a lot of problems,even good name brand PSU's can have crappy rails...Best of Luck..
Dont worry, temps are something I worry about due to the fact most my OC experimenting was done in my room when it was in the 90F range.
with both primes running I toped out at 53, kinda close to 55 but thats both at 100%, so I think Im ok so far, now I just gotta see if this corsair XMS likes voltage or not... search feature time!



Ok, heres an odd problem.

at 2.7 and 1.50 it primed for about 10min(all I ran it for) but when I restarted it didnt post and just sat there, hit restart again and my ram LEDs were all screwy. Turned it off then on and it posted. Its done this more than once, though it didnt do it with 2.7 and 1.5 when I was doing it without overvolting.

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Dont worry, temps are something I worry about due to the fact most my OC experimenting was done in my room when it was in the 90F range.
with both primes running I toped out at 53, kinda close to 55 but thats both at 100%, so I think Im ok so far, now I just gotta see if this corsair XMS likes voltage or not... search feature time!



Ok, heres an odd problem.

at 2.7 and 1.50 it primed for about 10min(all I ran it for) but when I restarted it didnt post and just sat there, hit restart again and my ram LEDs were all screwy. Turned it off then on and it posted. Its done this more than once, though it didnt do it with 2.7 and 1.5 when I was doing it without overvolting.

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May be you need to raise your ram voltage a little, raise it then try to restart see if it helps..
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May be you need to raise your ram voltage a little, raise it then try to restart see if it helps..
Ive got them at 2.9 (stock is 2.75) not sure how high I want to push them.
might just pull the ram out and put em back in, its helped me before with em for some reason.
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Ive got them at 2.9 (stock is 2.75) not sure how high I want to push them.
might just pull the ram out and put em back in, its helped me before with em for some reason.
Might as well try it can't hurt..
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Sorry for taking so long, had to help a friend by phone with his math homework.

When I started it after reseating I got a "error overclocking f1 to go to setup f2 to go default" which is what I'd get after those odd post things, I decided to try it though and set it to the 2.7 settings, hit f10 and it went fine. going to reboot and see what happens.


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Nope, with Over volt CPU on I get stuck on that, on the POST right after my CD drive spins up. with it off I work just fine, but ofcorse I have that bouncy voltage that doesnt let me in 2.7
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Originally Posted by Pencilo
Sorry for taking so long, had to help a friend by phone with his math homework.

When I started it after reseating I got a "error overclocking f1 to go to setup f2 to go default" which is what I'd get after those odd post things, I decided to try it though and set it to the 2.7 settings, hit f10 and it went fine. going to reboot and see what happens.


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Nope, with Over volt CPU on I get stuck on that, on the POST right after my CD drive spins up. with it off I work just fine, but ofcorse I have that bouncy voltage that doesnt let me in 2.7
Overvolt is part of the asus overclock software right? If you are trying to O.C. with the boards software that is probably a lot of your problem..If it's the software your using look at the settings you had your last good and stable O.C. with it write them down..Then turn off all of that overclock software..Go back into your bios and reset all your settings to your last really good and stable O.C. manually, and start from there.. Just go slow and every time you raise your voltage restart and try running Ptime 95 for at least 15 minutes to check your stability..Good Luck...
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Overvolt is part of the asus overclock software right? If you are trying to O.C. with the boards software that is probably a lot of your problem..If it's the software your using look at the settings you had your last good and stable O.C. with it write them down..Then turn off all of that overclock software..Go back into your bios and reset all your settings to your last really good and stable O.C. manually, and start from there..Good Luck...
No Im doing this all through Bios, and Ive got my stable written down
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No Im doing this all through Bios, and Ive got my stable written down
Good deal Man..Like I said before I'm noobish at this myself,don't want to give you bad advice..I'm better at hardware than I am software by a million percent..Check the O.C. stickes again if you need to, and may-be some of these good O.C. people can help you out now...Good Luck..Have fun with it...
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