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I have found that starting from the solution and working backwards is the quickest way to solve any puzzle... In other words place vCORE as high as your willing to take it and see if you can boot and be stable @ 333 FSB. I'd say 1.4 V should put you right @ 3.0 ghz. Just make sure you set your ram divider accordingly and disable c1e and eist in the bios
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Ok, I'm in Windows right now by upping the vcore to 1.381v.





Everything look ok?

Could the RAM issue have been caused by not enough voltage being supplied to the CPU?
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Ok, I'm in Windows right now by upping the vcore to 1.381v.



Everything look ok?

Could the RAM issue have been caused by not enough voltage being supplied to the CPU?
Depends, use coretemp or TaT and give us your temps, thats what really matters, use Orthos to give 100% workload and see how high your temps get / if any errors pop up. If it exceeds 60C you will have to slow it down and try something else.
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Ok, I'm in Windows right now by upping the vcore to 1.381v.

Everything look ok?

Could the RAM issue have been caused by not enough voltage being supplied to the CPU?

Depends test your OC with orthos or dual prime95, if you pass that for a decent amount of time (~ 8 hours) while staying within spec temps ie <65 C load your good. If you fail horribly you can back down the clocks to stock and using a mem divider get your ram @ spec speeds and memtest those puppies
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My PC reboots while running Orthos.

Is that just a sign that I need to up the vcore? Its not some other problem is it?
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Many guides suggest running memtest86+ test#5 at least 5 times before going into the OS...good suggestion
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Any idea what happened here?

I've set the vcore to 1.41v now.



I can't find this stress.txt file anywhere.
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Any idea what happened here?

I've set the vcore to 1.41v now.



I can't find this stress.txt file anywhere.
That just means its not stable. Could be a number of things, Chip can't go that high, not enough vcore, unstable ram... try running memtest86 for a few passes to see if your ram can handle that speed to rule that out. Again, what are your temperatures?
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Well I can't run TAT since it gives some error which I googled. Turns out TAT doesn't seem to support the nForce chipset.

I then gave CoreTemp a try even at default CPU speed and my PC just reboots.

With Asus Probe II I was getting a CPU reading of 43c on full load.

I'll give MemTest a whizz now.
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TAT wont work with that mobo...its for intel mobos...try coretemp...

at 333fsb you are most likely maxing your northbridge...you should try to go beyond 333 to 345-355 (your ram should oc to that)..that should change your straps and may help you run more stable...

you could also try running 8x multi..that usually doesn't need much of a vcore increase to run TAT and Orthos stable...

as far as more vcore, i've seen most go upto around 1.4vcore for anything over 3Ghz...now that doesn't mean you will need that much or not need more..but its a safe voltage to test with..try to keep it under 1.45...tho some say 1.5 should be the highest you go..


make sure you shut off any protections your bios has...and to lock your pcie to 100mhz...

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Well I can't run TAT since it gives some error which I googled. Turns out TAT doesn't seem to support the nForce chipset.

I then gave CoreTemp a try even at default CPU speed and my PC just reboots.

With Asus Probe II I was getting a CPU reading of 43c on full load.

I'll give MemTest a whizz now.
then run SPEEDFAN and add 15c to its TEMP5 and TEMP6 readings...that will get you with in 2-3c of your true core temps...
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