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Ok so I have an E6300, some ram that reaches speeds of 540+mhz and a Biostar965PT with a Freezer 7 cooler.

I can get it stable at 3.05ghz But everytime I wanna go up to around 450 FSB I cant get it stable.

My current settings that have been stable (not prime tested though) are
Vcore:1.45
FSB Term: 1.3
MCH voltage: 2nd notch of 4 cant remember the voltage
436 FSB at 4-4-4-12 ram


Now I dunno how to go higher becuase I manually set my Vcore at really high 1.48 so far, my MCH voltage at the highest 4th setting. My FSB at the 4th setting. Also my ram manually set at 5-5-5-15. I got past my bios screen but when it went o hardware check it wouldnt go.

Any ideas guys?
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Voltage on the ram?

Try weird things. I had DDR2-1000 @2.3V with the timings 5-5-5-12 and I could'nt get it stable. When I switched it to 4-4-4-12, everything became stable and it all worked out.

I'd say bump up the voltage of your ram or loosen them from 4-3-4-9 to 4-4-4-10
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Typically, NB boot straps are set to 'reset' around those FSB speeds. This means an increase in NB freq and voltage, but also an increase in latency. Try increasing NB voltage a little more, then ICH or chipset voltage.

*To attempt to see of its your NB, use a lower CPU multiplier @ your current FSB. This will force the NB 'up' another boot strap. If it is stable there....you know it doesnt have any issues running at your 'intended' speed. {since this test, lowers the speed of your cpu, it helps eliminate the possibility of any problems created by an incorrect setting, or vcore.}
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