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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by offroadz View Post

he said hed take his chances, please read before commenting

Thanks for pointing that out. So anyone got any suggestions?
Tried going with 1,4 & 1,45 on the Vcore both fail on me >:

Both of these i tried on 1,4-1,45 My last two attempts: (Click to show)
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post #12 of 18
Lower your HT Link to 2000MHz. Lower your "adjusted dram" speed to something less than 700MHz (single channel) by lowering your Ram ratio again. (Probably to 800MHz dual channel from 1066 dual.)

Those are the problems I explained in my post.tongue.gif
Edited by m0bius - 1/8/12 at 1:17pm
post #13 of 18
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Originally Posted by m0bius View Post

Lower your HT Link to 2000MHz. Lower your "adjusted dram" speed to something less than 700MHz (single channel) by lowering your Ram ratio again. (Probably to 800MHz dual channel from 1066 dual.)
Those are the problems I explained in my post.tongue.gif

Tried this, and it still wont boot. It feels a lot quicker on my current "stable" OC with 2k HT Link though.

I think it might be my CoreV, although i got no idea where it should be. ( trying to get it up to 3,4)
Edited by Reeckz - 1/8/12 at 1:55pm
post #14 of 18
Adjust your vcore now that everything is close to stock. I'd set ram timings very loose too, just to rule them out as an issue.
post #15 of 18
Set your CPU nb back to stock as well. It's running 300MHz over stock on auto volts. Not helping things. tongue.gif
post #16 of 18
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If i increase the FSB any ammount it wont boot at all. Settings below, any suggestions?
Also increased the vcore from 1.25 to 1,45 - every single step... and it wouldn't boot.

http://i.imgur.com/7wCK4.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/OG4hh.jpg
post #17 of 18
I'm running out of ideas. What voltage is your ram rated for? I'd check and see if it's supposed to run at 1.6v...

Theres a possibility that you're around your FSB max. Testing that isn't too hard, just save all your settings, and then return everything to stock. Continually bump your FSB, and lower EVERYTHING else including CPU frequency (with your multipliers you can go down but not back up past stock multiplier) back to stock speeds including CPU. Do this until you can't boot anymore, and wherever you are, that should be the highest your FSB can go. Hope that makes sense.
post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by Reeckz View Post

I'll take my chances, going to transfer to a Intel (I7 2600k with 560ti SLI over the next three months, give or take. Suggestions for a good mobo that can handle OC is welcome) but I'd like the experience and performance for now. Also i still got my old parts if the worst should happen. So I'm not 100% doomed if it fails on me.
EDIT: Got it to 3,315 if i knock up the FSB more it won't boot. CPU-Z: (Click to show)
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In the BIOS:
FSB 255
Ratio 13 (locked)
CPU-NB 2295 (ration 9)
HT Linkspeed 2295 (ratio 9)
1,258100 Core voltage.
I suppose i should just knock the CoreV up...I did do that, quite a lot, got it to 1,265250 and it still failed.
Should i keep going or change something else?
And help is appreciated =D

Sometimes the bios has Reference clock "holes." I run into one at 287-300 on my board, but then am good to go from 300 up to 315. You need to try researching your particular board a little more, and find out the quirks. Since this is a lower end board, you may be stepping into uncharted territory, especially without a black edition cpu.
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