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post #11 of 16
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It appears 1.6 still wasn't enough. i got the bsod again, atleast this time, it took longer than 30 mins.
post #12 of 16
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1600 is completely unstable. i've tried manually setting it myself to intended stock, thet bsoded before i got into windows. then i let the bios autoset it. that came out as 11-11-11-29 and bsoded about 2 minutes into windows.
post #13 of 16

Give the CPU-NB voltage a raise to facilitate this slightly more stressful operation - it may be necessary especially if the CPU-NB itself is running an overclock (I'm thinking it probably does due to the ref clock OC you are using to OC the CPU clock speed).

post #14 of 16
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I'll give it a try if i can ever get my computer runnin properly again.
post #15 of 16
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post

Give the CPU-NB voltage a raise to facilitate this slightly more stressful operation - it may be necessary especially if the CPU-NB itself is running an overclock (I'm thinking it probably does due to the ref clock OC you are using to OC the CPU clock speed).

It didn't work. i still got the 0x3b bsod at 1.66 and with cpu/nb raised from 1.3875 to 1.4 and then 1.4125
post #16 of 16
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This may not be related, but it seems odd to me and so i figured i'd share it. on stock, my wattage in hwmonitor is 102.6 watts, but on my latest semi-stable overstock, the wattage nose-dived down to about 87 watts. is that normal and would it be harmful or beneficial
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