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post #1 of 20
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I am currently running this and have a problem


E6300
Biostar TForce 965PT mobo
G.Skill DDR2-800 5-5-5-15
Rosewill 450w PSU
7900GS


I got my ratio set to 1:1 and everything and im using the Overclik tool i was givin on CD. I have read pook and basicly with this hardware (except he had buffalo 2x512 and i have 1GB stick of G.Skill) Both of our ram is rated DDR-800 with 5-5-5-15 though. Now, all goes fine till about 370 FSB. Anything after causes my system to crash. I am also running an Arctic Freezer 7 Pro and CPU never went past 37 degree. Even though I know people have reached higher on stock i increased CPU voltage to 1.4. Funny thing is even when i set my ram to "auto" in BIOS i could never go past around 360. It was always stuck at 2:3 and my ram was running at 540mhz and i figured that was problem. Now that its set at 1:1 ratio I still cant get past. I know an E6300 can go way past
370x7 as ive seen them at 3.7ghz stable, yet wy can't mine? My ram when set to 1:1 is lower mhz than its stock so it cant be that. Did I get a bad chip or something? Voltage not enough? I have no idea and would appreciate it alot since I made my system with heavy OC in mind and im getting about 20/40 temps while its only at 2.6ghz. I feel jiped..

Please someone help.
post #2 of 20
We have the exact same setup and i have the same problem. I was up to like 425fsb but it was a little unstable and i figured it was due to poor northbridge cooling. I have new cooling arriving in a couple days but i cannot figure out what is wrong either.
My ram is the 4-4-4-12 g skill.
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post #3 of 20
overclock thru the bios all windoww app are ****e and will raise the pci-e and pci bus causing instability
post #4 of 20
ah yes i missed that the program on the cd is crap. btw im only back up to 340 fsb before it gets unstable again. if i bump up any higher when i fold it takes twice as long.
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post #5 of 20
try upping the cpu voltage a notch
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I upped my voltage to around 1.4 and It was still unstable. Maybe i should up the NB/SB one?
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Have you tried 400 FSB? It may be that your motherboard dosen't like a certain FSB range
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Originally Posted by Bitemarks and bloodstains View Post
try upping the cpu voltage a notch
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post #9 of 20
what is the buffolo ram rated at that might be your limiting factor take it out and see with your gskill what you can hit
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here is what pook has

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820150053

here is what I have
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231085

He does have Dual Channel but that shouldnt effect it should it?
Also mine seems to be same speed but lower voltage sop there.

I upped my vcore to about 1.4 and my FSB termination up .1 and.
It posted at 400 FSB but didint load windows.
It got into windows at 390 but only opened a few apps and it froze
Currently running at only 380x7 at a FSB ratio of 1:1.

Any ideas?
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