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Hi guy's, Ive been overclocking my board today. Ive set my FSB to 1337 because it would not post with 1333 no matter what voltage I used. 1337 strap worked straight away with Vcore set to 1.4v. I tested for 30mins with OCCT and passed. I then tested with prime95 for 6hrs and passed. But when I shut down and try restart it wont post. Is there anything I can finetune? I have bios v0608 and I have spread spectrum disabled. I have it set to unlinked. All other voltages are set to auto. I tried 1.42v but still noting. Ive moved to the next nbcc strap so Im on 1341 now with 1.4v. I havn't tried restarting yet as I wanted to ask you first if anything else can be fine tuned first.
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I started having problems with my sig rig recently. I used to have it OC'd to 3.2 Ghz without any problems at all. As a matter of fact, on my first attempt of OCing it, i took a guess as compared to what other people have gotten up to with similar rigs and guessed right. It was completely stable in all 3 types of tests in orthos and prime 95 for 24 hours each and memtest86+. I recently made some changes to my rig. I took the whole rig apart and installed MOSFET heatsinks, installed DIMM heatsinks on 2 my memory sticks, reseated my CPU heatsink, and installed a new fan and cold cathodes for a little visual boost. I put it all back together, and on my first boot, it didn't post. On the second one it did (I'm guessing because of the C.P.R. special feature of the MB), so i reset all the settings in my BIOS to default. It booted the OS and while it was working I checked to see if there was a new version of the BIOS. I had been running version 0801 and updated it to 0901. I tried setting all my settings back to the ones I had previously set on my last OC and it wouldn't post again. I decided to retry the OCing process. I have the clock mode set to linked and the ratio set to sync mode. I stepped it up from 1333 Mhz in 20 mhz increments. The highest I can get it to (stable as of a half-hour of prime 95 blends, testing longer now) is 1450 mhz. At 1475 mhz, 1.35 vcore, memory and NB voltages at auto, all auto memory timings (tried at 5-5-5-12 and 5-5-5-18 also), the computer freezes after 30 seconds of blend testing on orthos and prime 95. If I try stepping up the vcore to the next increment, It fails a prime 95 test after one minute with the message "FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4" and then freezes. I cant understand what the problem is. I didn't make any hardware changes, I reseated the DIMMs multiple times, and checked all the plugs. Does it seem pretty odd for my whole OC to go out the window over just taking the rig apart and putting it back together with minimal (no actual hardware) changes, or is it just me? Could it possibly be because of the BIOS version? Any help will be greatly appreciated (I just bought Assassin's Creed! I wanna play it soooo bad!). Thanks.
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Originally Posted by marsey99 View Post
Shroud
you may have better results overclocking your ram in the black slots as alot of people have found the yellow ones to be limited.
I sure hope that is true because I currently have my RAM in the yellow slots and can't even get them stable above 800MHz with 4-4-4-12-2T @ 2.1V.
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Hi guy's, Ive been overclocking my board today. Ive set my FSB to 1337 because it would not post with 1333 no matter what voltage I used. 1337 strap worked straight away with Vcore set to 1.4v. I tested for 30mins with OCCT and passed. I then tested with prime95 for 6hrs and passed. But when I shut down and try restart it wont post. Is there anything I can finetune? I have bios v0608 and I have spread spectrum disabled. I have it set to unlinked. All other voltages are set to auto. I tried 1.42v but still noting. Ive moved to the next nbcc strap so Im on 1341 now with 1.4v. I havn't tried restarting yet as I wanted to ask you first if anything else can be fine tuned first.
Try to keep a 1:1 divider. Run 1333FSB:667RAM.
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I sure hope that is true because I currently have my RAM in the yellow slots and can't even get them stable above 800MHz with 4-4-4-12-2T @ 2.1V.
My corsair will not overclock at all, not even like 810 mhz with those tight timings. I tried the "stock" 5-5-5... with I think 825 for a 1:1 @ 3Ghz and that was a no POST as well. I never really tried anything after that as I can get stable at 3.35 with stock 800mhz and some weird but stable multiplier, I did get more bandwidth from lowering the Trd.
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hi could you guy please help me with my ram problem i get bsod during shutdown
but someone told me it was my ram but anyways
i have gskill
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231098
thanks
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My corsair will not overclock at all, not even like 810 mhz with those tight timings. I tried the "stock" 5-5-5... with I think 825 for a 1:1 @ 3Ghz and that was a no POST as well. I never really tried anything after that as I can get stable at 3.35 with stock 800mhz and some weird but stable multiplier, I did get more bandwidth from lowering the Trd.
I managed to fix my problem by moving the RAM to the black slots and upping the NB voltage to 1.39v. RAM is currently at 874MHz with 5-5-5-15-2T timings.
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^^thats about right for 1.4v to the nb i think i got to about that, if you want to keep going you might need to goto 1.56v on the nb but if your ram is willing that should get you to ddr1066 speeds.

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is it set to gskill spec in your bios for timings and volts? try setting your nb volts to 1.4v.
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hi, have created boot cd, and attempted to flash bios. when i type in awdflash 0608.bin/f it does not go directly to the screen prints you have in the thread. instead it says the following:
"usage: AWDFLASH [filename1][Filename2]
Filename1: New Bios name for flash programming
Filename2: Bios file for backing up orininal bios

I then typed the following
awdflash filename1 and also awdflash filename2
both started another dos screen similar to the ones in your post, but both said
"source file not found" even though the 0608 bin is on the cd. i've confirmed it by doing a dir command on the drive.
any suggestions
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I am having some trouble getting 3.4GHz to even boot. as you can see by my computer at the bottom, I have the Zalman CNPS9700 (used Arctic Silver 5 for thermal compound) with of course the P5N-E SLi mobo, and Corsair XMS2 2GB @ 800MHz with 4-4-4-12 timings. I am currently running 3.2GHz (400x8.0) with 1.33125v Vcore and i just have all other voltages on auto. my temps are very good with Core#0 at 21C and Core#1 at 20C (according to core temp and hardware monitor). whenever i try pushing the FSB above 400 i cannot get it stable ( i even tried 425x7.0 and 425x6.0 and the computer would not even boot). I tried a variety of Vcore voltages up to 1.5v and tried a variety of memory voltages up to 2.35v (i didn't change the NB voltages from Auto, Should I?) I have the stock heatsink on the NB and SB is bare. the weirdest thing is i could get 400x9.0 (3.6GHz) to boot up and even run Windows, but it was very unstabble, and i had Vcore at 1.4875v and memory voltage at 2.1v. does anyone have a similar setup up that they could get to 3.4GHz? or any suggestions?
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