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EDIT: Check last post by me

I just overclocked my board following this guy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fxXB5iiVS0

and I got BSOD?

what should I do? I put the cpu multiplier to 44 and then the voltage to 1.28v? what should I do?
Edited by chrisguitar - 9/13/12 at 10:23pm
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Never follow some ones guide on you tube as you do not know how and what they are doing to there hardware before they post a video,

Revert your Bios back to default and then look through some of the overclocking guides in this forum and if you are unsure then start your own thread,

you could seriously damage your own equipment and in the end it will cost you to replace the parts damaged,

Overclocking is a pain staking and time consuming thing to do but when you take the time and effort you will reap the benefits for your effort.
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Never follow some ones guide on you tube as you do not know how and what they are doing to there hardware before they post a video,
Revert your Bios back to default and then look through some of the overclocking guides in this forum and if you are unsure then start your own thread,
you could seriously damage your own equipment and in the end it will cost you to replace the parts damaged,

Alright thanks mate!
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I just overclocked my board following this guy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fxXB5iiVS0
and I got BSOD?
what should I do? I put the cpu multiplier to 44 and then the voltage to 1.28v? what should I do?

With my rig on a 2500K and Hyper 212 Evo i have my multi at 45 and voltage at 1.365 but there are many more in depth settings. I suggest using a guide from here on OCN like this one, http://www.overclock.net/t/1100100/info-intel-2500k-2600k-overclocking-tips/0_30
     
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With my rig on a 2500K and Hyper 212 Evo i have my multi at 45 and voltage at 1.365 but there are many more in depth settings. I suggest using a guide from here on OCN like this one, http://www.overclock.net/t/1100100/info-intel-2500k-2600k-overclocking-tips/0_30

Thank you EpicAMDGamer for the Link Overclocking is about getting to know your hardware and its limits,
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With my rig on a 2500K and Hyper 212 Evo i have my multi at 45 and voltage at 1.365 but there are many more in depth settings. I suggest using a guide from here on OCN like this one, http://www.overclock.net/t/1100100/info-intel-2500k-2600k-overclocking-tips/0_30
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Thank you EpicAMDGamer for the Link Overclocking is about getting to know your hardware and its limits,

Hey guys, running at 1.3v for a 45 multi so far nothing bad, should I increase the voltage a bit to say 1.35v and then run prime95?

Also thanks smile.gif
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Every time you change some thing when overclocking do a few runs with Prime95 to test for stability and if it fails bump either the voltage up one stage at a time or bring the multi down one notch,
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Wait a minute, in cpu-z it says I have core voltage of 1.304v and then my core speed is 1598.xx MHz and my multi is x 16.0? is this right because I'm not under load? or is something wrong?
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Every time you change some thing when overclocking do a few runs with Prime95 to test for stability and if it fails bump either the voltage up one stage at a time or bring the multi down one notch,

Prime95 test link or is it in that thread?
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Load test with Prime95 and have some Voltage and temperature monitoring software running visually so you can monitor whats going on,
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