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Okay first overclock with 1100T and H60 2013 - getting Blue screens alot

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Hello. I got a H60 2013 version to cool my 1100T, and I thought I might as well overclock it now.

Temps are cool enough.

But I've tried to overclock the CPU/ NB

Even if I were to overclock to 3.6 I get blue screens when I try load up a game.

Also when I log into windows it hangs a bit initially, like all the icons on the desktop don't appear till like 20 seconds later.

I've tried verious volts on the CPU core 1.4-1.55

Ranging speeds of 3.7-4.0ghz

NB is at 2600-2700Ghz

Ram gets clocked down automatically.

I've got Cool and Quiet off and the other things that apply when overclocking.

I got the Red Gskill Rams 1600Mhz 4 sticks (total 8GB)

Motherboard is ASUS A4A88T-V EVO

Am I doing something wrong or is this normal?
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post #2 of 5
what voltage do you have on your cpu/nb?

also... remember this, never skip any steps when oc'ing because if you have any issues, it will take you forever to figure out what is wrong.
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post #3 of 5
You are best to go back to basics and overclock one thing at a time untill u reach your limits and then put it all together. Try the cpu 1st upping the multipier one and then stress test for 30 mins then up again and stress again.
use 1.4cpu v. Using the multi leaves everything else at stock so limits your problems.
once you reach your limit on the multi reset the speed back to stock and do the same with the cpu nb upping the multi one at a time.
the ram uses the fsb so set the ram to its stock speed and up the fsb 5 at a time i use memtest pro in windows just for error checking and prime and when you get instability back the fsb down by 5 and run memtest86 from a boitdisk or usb.
the fsb will overclock the cpu n cpu nb as well so when it comes to testing your ram lower the multi on the cpu n cpu nb to below stock to eliminate problems.
write down each settings on a sheet of paper so you can remember
post #4 of 5
What board do you have? Mine is the gigabyte 970a d3, you set the ht and NB frequencies in the bios however you need to be careful because it's still on a multiplier. Meaning if I ser the NB to 2400 when running a base clock of 220, the NB will be at 2600.

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post #5 of 5
I have a crosshair v. you would be better starting out with a full reset of the overclock you are using and starting again.
the base clock your mentioning is the fsb which overcloks everything.

reset all your overclock to stock set stock speeds and timings and voltages for ram cpu and everything else
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