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post #11 of 20
that PSU you have there is not the greatest for stability....which is why you cant oc for crap.....get something with a higher amperage rating and a more will known brand such as Antec or OCZ....
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I think you'll need a little more than 1.4 vcore to get to where you want to be.

Try 1.5v and put the FSB Termination Voltage up to the max
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post #13 of 20
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Well I posted a while ago and people agreed that the PSU had enough voltage for my card. I have a 7900GS..not a 8800 or anything. I just cant see how I' going over voltage. Also thing is most people can hit 3.0 with an E6300 on stock voltage but I couldnt. So that cant be it.
post #14 of 20
It all depends on what stepping you have.

Some people might be able to hit 3.6 ghz on volts that you only hit 3.2 ghz with.

Just try upping the vcore a bit
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post #15 of 20
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btw here is my exact PSU. I think it has enough juice for my system

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817182022
post #16 of 20
you might have gotton a bad stepping but dont feel bad its just the way it goes sometimes look at me i cant get more than 2.6 stable cos i have a cabge which is the worst amd stepping ever
post #17 of 20
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Well i went in and noticed my Vcore was only at about 1.365 or something. I swore I put it at 1.4.

Either way I put it at 1.405 or something and it booted and so far its stable at that. I also upped the thing that said (G) MCH one notch. Im about ready to try for higher.
post #18 of 20
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So Far I was able to get 3.15ghz at 450x7 with CPU temps at around 47 max during load.

Im currently running 1.424 Vcore at 435x7 stable. I brought my Vcore up to around 1.455 and it still wouldnt hit 470 FSB. My FSB Termination was set at 1.3 and my (G) MCH at 1.4

How high should i try to bring the Vcore voltage up to? I'd like to hit at least 3.2 or so that would be nice.

Also whats the average load thats safe with an intel chip such as this.
post #19 of 20
i think most agree that the highest you want to be under load is 55c and some say 60c, personally i would keep it somewhere inbetween there as my max full dual load, oh and the mch voltage is the northbridge voltage i believe
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post #20 of 20
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I had it pretty stable at 450x7 but my Guild wars game kept shutting down and encountering errors so i turned it down to 429x7 for 3.0ghz. Id still like to get it stable at least at 3.2ghz since my load right now while playing a game and having a few things is like 52 max usually round 49-50. I upped the vcore 2 notches and it still wouldnt hold that well. Any suggestions?
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