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Here is my bios settings for 3,8 ghz OC , i might need to add that i fried my ram slot, setting 1,9v on my kingston ram.450

The reason you shouldn't go to 1.9v on your RAM is because the memory controller is integrated on the processor and it can't handle that kind of voltage. I am surprised you didn't mess that thing up beyond repair if you used that for any long period of time.

If you are artifacting and it cited a GPU driver you should be looking at your GPU though. Do you have an overclock on that? Also what kind of power supply do you have? Dialing back the overclock on your CPU may have reduced the load on the PSU, which could cause your graphics card to be stable again if you were overloading the PSU.

Also at that low of an overclock personally I would turn Speedstep on. It will let your processor idle cooler and use less energy at idle. What kind of temps are you seeing on your CPU with that voltage at load?
Edited by siryak - 3/1/12 at 4:09pm
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1,9 v fried the slot instantly^^
i havnt got an overclock on the gpu, just using rivatuner to set fan speed.
i have a corsair tx 750w powersupply
is going from 2,6ghz to 3,8ghz a low overclock??
prime 95 after 1hour 72c
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1,9 v fried the slot instantly^^
i havnt got an overclock on the gpu, just using rivatuner to set fan speed.
i have a corsair tx 750w powersupply
is going from 2,6ghz to 3,8ghz a low overclock??
prime 95 after 1hour 72c

Well I guess it would be more of a moderate overclock. At 3.8Ghz you may be able to go even lower on that voltage if you are willing to take the time to fine tune it. How is your computer operating with a fried RAM slot? Did it only fry two of them or something?
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ye ok,well it fried 2 slots so now im running on single 4gb corsair vengeance^^
So lower the voltage might help? worth a try to increase pci frequency maybe?
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ye ok,well it fried 2 slots so now im running on single 4gb corsair vengeance^^
So lower the voltage might help? worth a try to increase pci frequency maybe?

NO! Don't touch that PCI frequency. That is yet another way to screw things up lol. Also I am not necessarily saying that it will help. I was just suggesting that your CPU may be able to remain stable at a lower voltage, which means less stress, power usage, and heat.(Honestly I don't think your problem is in your CPU overclock) I am just addressing this stuff because it was there lol.
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