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Can you snap a picture of your BIOS screen? Also, your RAM should be fine at 1.6v but I wouldn't go much higher with it.
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Can you snap a picture of your BIOS screen? Also, your RAM should be fine at 1.6v but I wouldn't go much higher with it.[/quote
This would help. If temps are not a problem then you can go much higher as 1.55vcore is safe!
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Can you snap a picture of your BIOS screen? Also, your RAM should be fine at 1.6v but I wouldn't go much higher with it.[/quote
This would help. If temps are not a problem then you can go much higher as 1.55vcore is safe!
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Can i leave the ram in auto-voltage or will it overvoltage too much? How do i know if the rams have enough voltage to work and not overheat?

Oh.... Can you comment on the temperatures?

2nd: What would the gains be of increasing the mobo? What components would this change affect?



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The RAM should be fine on auto, but you can set it manually to 1.5-1.6v if you'd like. Speaking from what I've read around here, RAM doesn't usually generate much heat. If it has heat spreaders on it at all, you should be fine. To test the stability of your RAM, run Prime95 on 'blend' for hours.

As for your CPU temperature, 62C is your maximum load temperature, so at 38C you still have a ton of headroom for more overclocking. What do you mean by "increasing the mobo"?
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by increasing the mobo i mean changing the mobo values.
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As far as I know, there's nothing on the motherboard that would need tweaking. All you really need to look at is your CPU frequency and voltage, RAM speed timings and voltage, and your CPU-NB speed and voltage. Change them one at a time though. Once your CPU overclock is stable, THEN work on your NB or RAM.

If you're happy with your CPU overclock, I would suggest trying to get your CPU-NB to 2400-2600. That should only require a CPU-NB voltage bump to about 1.2v, which will raise your temperatures a bit. Try without raising the voltage first, and stress test with each frequency bump.
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As far as I know, there's nothing on the motherboard that would need tweaking. All you really need to look at is your CPU frequency and voltage, RAM speed timings and voltage, and your CPU-NB speed and voltage. Change them one at a time though. Once your CPU overclock is stable, THEN work on your NB or RAM.
If you're happy with your CPU overclock, I would suggest trying to get your CPU-NB to 2400-2600. That should only require a CPU-NB voltage bump to about 1.2v, which will raise your temperatures a bit. Try without raising the voltage first, and stress test with each frequency bump.

Yeh thats what i meant... The CPU NB.

Where do i change it though? Which component would it affect?(increase speed) What temperature will it rise?(mobo?!)


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post #29 of 39
An overclock on your NB will increase performance significantly, and it will help when you start to OC your RAM. Increasing the voltage will increase temperature on the CPU itself as that is where the CPU-NB is located.

I can't tell you which setting to change as I don't know what your BIOS looks like. If you can provide a picture, either from the internet or your camera, that would help.
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I just got a blue screen while playing far cry 3. Can i assume its overclock related? I have ocd the rams already but havent changed the nb. Is that where the prob comes from?



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