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Alright I have my 6320 up to 3.15ghz or 450 mhz at 1.35 volts, i can boot into windows run orthos for 30 mins and do other things such as surf the internet but anytime i run 3dmark06 it locks up the system at some point Please help i need any help you can give!!??
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post #2 of 9
to be sure its stable, you have to run orthos for at least 8 hrs. try upping the cpu vcore
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post #3 of 9
Try the following:

reinstalling 3Dmark
Up your vcore by 1 mark
up your ram voltage by 1 mark
up your fsb termination voltage to 1.4


Does it do the same when your cpu is @ stock speeds?
If not then you have to adjust some settings and make it stable.
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no it does not do it at stock speeds and i am currently marking at 10055 at 2.79ghz. Anything higher gives problems but at 3.15ghz it is pretty stable except in 3dmark06.
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post #5 of 9
As I have already said before in another topic you made, you have a cheap set of PC6400 which won't go much over 800mhz, and you are trying to push it to 900mhz which would explain the freezes in 3Dmark '06.

So unless you raise the memory voltage there's nothing you can do except maybe loosen the timings a lot to 6-6-6-15.
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post #6 of 9
yeah ive never even heard of that ram company. lots of ppl have been sayin to skimp on ram and get a better cpu. thats only true if u dont plan to oc. sounds like you are trying to so u might have to shell out the money and get some better, D9 sticks. 1G are less that 100 nowadays.
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A good 2GB kit of Micron D9GMH is only around 120-50ish mark now a days. It's a good investment anyways.
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post #8 of 9
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thanks guys i'll start looking for ram
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post #9 of 9
better ram should help can you lower the speed of the ram at all? increase vcore/ram a bit, loosen tha timings? and if that dont work better ram or less oc whats the load temps?
    
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