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Thanks MuNcHeR23! I'll give it all a try.

BTW Memtest86 passed with flying colours at 3GHz.
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3GHz with a voltage of 1.44v seems to be stable so far but I'll need to run Orthos for atleast 24hrs to confirm this.

I'm surprised actually that I need to up the vcore by 0.125 from the default 1.325v to just get to 3GHz. I've seen people achieve 3GHz with just 1.35v.

I wonder whats wrong.
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im at 3.2 with 1.4375 vcore. but im not 100% stable. i recently bought a new northbridge cooler which should help alot. some people get 3ghz with lower vcore cuz their chip can do that.
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I managed to get CoreTemp to work by placing it in the root of the C drive.

Is Core Temp accurate?

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I managed to get CoreTemp to work by placing it in the root of the C drive.

Is Core Temp accurate?


could be...but you should run speedfan as well...if speedfan is about 15c lower than coretemp, yes it most likely reading correct..

if they are the same temp, then just add 15c to that temp to get as close as you are gonna get to the true temp readings..

if you installed everything right, i would say that coretemp is reading right...as far as the Tjunction being 100C, that is an error...your core is not 100C - it wouldn't work if it was...
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hey muncher, what week is your 4300?
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hey muncher, what week is your 4300?
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my experience is using stock voltage and use 9*333
and very stable.
you can also try 8*370 using stock voltage.
    
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post #29 of 65
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MKLAW, what week is your E4300 CPU?

Looks like I have a crap batch (week 45A) that just needs lots of voltage to overclock.

I just tried 8*370 and the system failed to POST twice before reverting back to stock FSB.

There ain't no way my CPU will run stable with stock voltage at 9*333 unless I'm doing something wrong.
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MKLAW, what week is your E4300 CPU?

Looks like I have a crap batch (week 45A) that just needs lots of voltage to overclock.

I just tried 8*370 and the system failed to POST twice before reverting back to stock FSB.

There ain't no way my CPU will run stable with stock voltage at 9*333 unless I'm doing something wrong.
i spent about 30 minutes going threw multiple threads at multiple forums..(threads i posted in)...i have yet to see anyhigher than 3.0Ghz with your motherboard...

most don't even get that high...the written avg. i came up with is only 2.6Ghz oc with that motherboard...I don't know why either..i haven't had any exp. with that motherboard..could be something in the chipset timings...idk..

i'm not saying give up tho..

check this against your bios settings...this is how most run

TM2 disabled
C1E disabled
anykind of protection that will lower vcore or clock to save power DISABLE
PCIe 100mhz
2x or 1:1 ratio DIMM
vdimm to +.1v higher than what stock calls for
NB stock voltage
FSB stock voltage

try this with the above

8x multi
350fsb
vcore 1.337 (up as needed one step at a time till you post)
vdimm +.1v

with a 1:1 ratio on the ram that should oc the ram to 700mhz..so you may need to +.1vdimm your ram beyond its stock value..Your ram may keep you from going as high as 370fsb...that would leave your ram at 740mhz, and idk if it can do that stable...

from what i have seen the 8x multi needs less vcore to run stable...9x usually needs quiet a bit more vcore...

let me know how those settings worked out for you...
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