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I overclocked my Cpu intel E6750 2.66 ghz to 3.2 ghz .
The computer is fine it starts normaly everything is ok but i have one problem, my internet doesent work after OC cannot connect to internet conection.
After I go to default seting in bios to 2.66 ghz my internet works i don`.t now whats the problem.
Anyway i overclocked the cpu from 2.66 ghz to 2.88 now internets works but if i try to go further with Oc internet fails to connect.
Can some one help me with a solution?

Here are some pics:

1 cpu Stock: 92


2 Cpu Oc: 388


Here is the ram Memory to: 397

And here is the internet after oc 3.2 ghz 368
Edited by KyWy - 1/26/12 at 4:22am
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I think you landed in the wrong forum. This is a better question for the Networking & Security forum. Also you can upload your pics directly to OCN instead of using a third party service that overlays water marks on your images making them difficult to read. Just click the picture icon at the top right of the post editor (looks like a small picture of a house with the sun behind it).
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I remade the pics but anyway if someone have an answer smile.gif
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RE: Overclock Cpu Internet Problem Help ?

Probably an unstable OC, my 955 be would do something similar when I was just a little unstable.

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Which motherboard?

Traditionally, platforms would exhibit this behavior prior to each bus having it's own reference for clock speed. When you would raise the FSB, the bus speed of additional components such as PCI would also increase from the base level of 33 Mhz. It is difficult to imagine a 775 platform exhibiting this behavior as it's generally the limitation for overclocking older systems. On some platforms there was an option to link/unlink these buses to independently modify their values..
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The sistem was stable at 3.2 ghz Bus speed 400 all ok but internet does not work.
At 2.90 bus speed 361 works fine.
If i try to pass 363 bus speed internet conects for 3 secs then disconects.
Motherboard asus: 391
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I have something to add to in mi bios i cannot change cpu voltage cannot disable spread spectrum or stuff like that i have just 2 options Auto over clock 10% 15% 20% 30% or Manual changing fsb speed and ram freq.
I tried to oc automaticly at 10% but internet does not work:| however my pci express is set to automatycli if i try to set it to 100 i get the message OC failed ..
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up!
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Which motherboard?
Traditionally, platforms would exhibit this behavior prior to each bus having it's own reference for clock speed. When you would raise the FSB, the bus speed of additional components such as PCI would also increase from the base level of 33 Mhz. It is difficult to imagine a 775 platform exhibiting this behavior as it's generally the limitation for overclocking older systems. On some platforms there was an option to link/unlink these buses to independently modify their values..

I think you have your answer OP right here. The PCI bus is probably being overclocked too much and causing your NIC to call it quits.
    
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