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hey guys any help in overclocking my PD 930. im stuck @ 990 fsb and any attempt to go above that # will crash my pc. i tried to make my memory voltage to 2.0 and still no luck
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What voltage do you have the cpu at?
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actually its on auto mode... i look it up on asus pc probe and it stays at 1.16 - 1.20
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oh i tried setting it on 1.22 v and it still crashes
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That 930 needs a lot more voltage than that to get much of an overclock. When I was overclocking this one (my 920) on a DS3, I had to give it 1.38v to get to 3.8ghz. From 4ghz an up I had to set it at 1.4v to 1.45v. Above 4ghz I had to watercool it also. Intel shows the stock voltage for the 930 anywhere from 1.25-1.4v so you won't hurt it to take it up to 1.45v as long as it is kept cool.

I had mine almost to 5ghz, but that took 1.6v and I just didn't have the guts to keep it there.

So once you increase the voltage, you may want to play with the memory speeds too. You have lots of options on the motherboard for linked or unlinked, etc. Some may work better than other for higher overclocks. It will just be a trial and error process.

Edit.....

I am assuming that you have also done these.

Set the pcie bus to 100mhz.
Disable C1E and EIST.
Disable legacy USB if you have that
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i got a question... on ram the lower the numbers the faster it is?

Ex. 4-4-4-10 is faster than 5-5-5-15?
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i got a question... on ram the lower the numbers the faster it is?

Ex. 4-4-4-10 is faster than 5-5-5-15?
http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...explained.html
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i got a question... on ram the lower the numbers the faster it is?

Ex. 4-4-4-10 is faster than 5-5-5-15?
It usually works out better for everyone if you complete the original thought/question of the thread before you go on to another. That works better for some at least.
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