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Possibley Damaged my E6300?

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Hi Guys

I bought a new Anten Nine Hundred case yesterday installed the following system.

Intel Core E6300
Gigabyte 965 S3
2x 1GB Patriot memory memory can do 5,5,5,15 @ 1000MHZ
Enermax liberty 500Watt PSU
ATI X1900XT
South Blaster Auditgy


Now I was overclocking before np, it went up to 3.10GHZ which was my stable speed in the other case.

I thought since I've dropped the CPU 10c in the case I'll be able to push the chip futher.

So i raised the Vcore to 1.52 to see if it would boot at 7x 460 but no go.

I increase the MCH to .2 and fsb .2 and stilll no different.

I set everything back to default after that and tried overclocking to 3GHZ but when I changed the multiplier 7x 350 it would display as 7x267 1.87GHZ.

So next thing I undated the bios to F9 from gigabyte site which is surpose to help with the 460FSB wall that I'm locked at.

Tried overclocking again and still same thing.

I can't work it out what's happening, the chips working fine in Vista atm as I'm typing this.

Also when I go out of the bios ave exit the computer shutdown and powers back on straight away.

Hoping someone can help me.

Cheers

Josh
post #2 of 8
I had a similar occurrence with my EVGA 680i board. I was overclocked stable to 3.24GHz on 1.21v, and then I upped my E6600 to 1.34v and tried 3.6GHz. I couldn’t push it without changing voltage to the other components. i was happy with 3.24GHz at such low vcore so I tried setting it back. The board booted at x4 multiplier. I just cleared CMOS with the motherboard jumper and changed the multiplier to x9 default. Now it is back to proper Multiplier and vcore at 3.24GHz.

Good luck
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yeah id recommend clearing the CMOS before doing anything else (take out the small silver battery)
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Originally Posted by ericeod View Post
I had a similar occurrence with my EVGA 680i board. I was overclocked stable to 3.24GHz on 1.21v, and then I upped my E6600 to 1.34v and tried 3.6GHz. I couldn’t push it without changing voltage to the other components. i was happy with 3.24GHz at such low vcore so I tried setting it back. The board booted at x4 multiplier. I just cleared CMOS with the motherboard jumper and changed the multiplier to x9 default. Now it is back to proper Multiplier and vcore at 3.24GHz.

Good luck
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post #5 of 8
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Thanks guys I'll give that a go tonight when I get home.

It's just wierd that I set 7x400 in the bios and it still displays at 7x267 when I restart.

I hope this fixes the problem, cause the Antec case has drop temps a lot and I feel I can get my chip to 3.4GHZ.

also I forgot to mention that I was hitting a FSB wall at 458FSB the new F9 bios has the following features so hoping I can do 500FSB .

F9 Fix PCI-E overclock issue
Support Intel E6420 & E6320 CPU

F8 added Enhance FSB frequency flexibility

Cheers

Josh
post #6 of 8
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Hi Guys

Thanks that fixed the problem now I can overclock once again .

My problem atm I'm facing is FSB problem.

Now temp's are fine and I'm running with a 6x multiplier with the CPU.

I'm currently running 7x450 np, when I want to run 6x470 the machine will post and everything but will not boot windows why is this?
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What timings and voltage is the memory at? And cpu voltage?
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post #8 of 8
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Hi

Well I had my memory at 5,5,5,15 loose as.

I had my CPU Vcore at 1.45 and it did not boot 460.

I set the Multipler to 6x470 and it would not boot.

Is it possbile that I reach my limit on FSB with the S3?

Cheers

Josh
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