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Can't go over 400 FSB with E6300

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I'm lost no matter what i've tried i didn't succsed to do over 400FSB with my system, i tried raising voltage on everything but still

I have Tuniq Tower and on 400FSB with FULL stress the cpu Temp doesn't go over 49C

But the minut i try to go over 400 i fail, it gets pass the memory count on start
Finds the hdd and after that the computer just shutdown and reset to defualt CMOS.

I have E6300 with Gigabyte 965P-S3
memory: PQI 800 Turbo 1GB duel channel
and Tuniq tower...

What can be the problem?
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post #2 of 7
I think your memory might be holding you back.
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post #3 of 7
What bios are you running? Try updating it if you haven't done so already.
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...ProductID=2321
    
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Allready have it
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post #5 of 7
Yeah... maybe the PQI RAM is not doing you justice...

There are some RAM sticks (from what I have heard) that simply can not OC beyond their rated speed.
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post #6 of 7
i had pqi ram and i fried it by going over 667, i had it at like 730 (note this is before i knew about 1.1 ratios) it was very unreliable ram over priced and i think i might make a hood ornament out of my old sticks, go with crucial or g skill or a higher end brand, i bought that 10th anniversary crucial 2 gig with heat syncs and all for 230 bucks from newegg wich isint bad for what it is and it has 3 cas latency super reliable low low low timings over volts no problem, and dont forget system stability is highly dependent upon your hard ware, so crappy ram will cause instabality
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You bought the 10th anniiversary crucials? use those bad boys..or pick up some Gskill
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