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post #21 of 37
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wait so i wont mess up.i got confused, the screen u posted,the green marked values u want me to change my values to those green ones or its an example? smile.gif


what do i change at the step that im now smile.gif i dont wanna fry it so thats why i ask.thanks again for the great help smile.gif really
Edited by imcoming7 - 3/14/13 at 2:42am
post #22 of 37
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wait so i wont mess up.i got confused, the screen u posted,the green marked values u want me to change my values to those green ones or its an example? smile.gif


what do i change at the step that im now smile.gif i dont wanna fry it so thats why i ask.thanks again for the great help smile.gif really

Just showing you the memory voltage. You said you couldn't find the voltage, so that screen shot shows you the setting. Those other voltages are specific to my old quad core overclock.

Set CPU Voltage to 1.25v - 1.275v (I bet if you set it to 1.275v, it will be less then that when you load windows).
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post #23 of 37
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ok thanks to clear this out smile.gif ill find it and set it to 1.25volts.

here are screens at Prime95 Test without vcore at 1.25volts : it started at 12:00 and end at 12:14 at screen but it was 12:20 when i stopped it without any false screens on prime.everything went good i think.



post #24 of 37
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other picks



Edited by imcoming7 - 3/14/13 at 4:39am
post #25 of 37
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Ok im back and run at this speeds,volts,temps above
Edited by imcoming7 - 3/14/13 at 4:40am
post #26 of 37
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When i set vcore to 1.25volts and dram to 1.80 it doesnt boot.
It doesnt boot even if one of those two is on auto.
some screens,any thoughts?

can i stay without changing 1.25volts and dram at 1.80 and oc my amd radeon 6450 hd ddr3 2 gb?



Edited by imcoming7 - 3/14/13 at 7:44am
post #27 of 37
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any thoughts?
post #28 of 37
You tried to set your FSB to 800. The chip will never run that. Our FSB needs to be around 200-400 max. As of now your bios is set to 800 FSB with the CPU at 7.3Ghz.... That is impossible.




Looking at this screen shot, you want the FSB Strap to North Bridge on Auto, the FSB Frequency on 233 - 400 (what you want to OC the FSB to), and the Dram Frequency as close to 800 without going over.


Edited by ericeod - 3/14/13 at 10:58pm
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post #29 of 37
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Goodmorning from Greece

I have done this:
1) FSB to 227 from 225
2) DRAM : 757 MhZ , top is 910 Mhz nothing between 757 and 910
3) FSB strap on NB : AUTO

post #30 of 37
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Running Prime95 for 10 mins without probs. ill upload fresh picks of the new values for the overclock.
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