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I should have been more clear.

I tried the vdimm from 1.9 to 2.3 so all of the voltages in-between I tried too with no luck.

I'll give memtest a try with 375*8 @ 1.3375v and vdimm @ 2.0v or 2.1v
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Well, I tried Memtest and got an "Unexpected error - halting" message but Memtest itself didn't show any errors so maybe the program itself crashed or its due to an unstable CPU.
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Well, I tried Memtest and got an "Unexpected error - halting" message but Memtest itself didn't show any errors so maybe the program itself crashed or its due to an unstable CPU.

i honestly don't know much about Memtest...but it would seem to me that if it shutdown, maybe there is a memory issue for you...

i'll use this to bump your thread, maybe someone will respond about that...
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Which program shows the real vcore or should I only trust the BIOS reading?

Is it normal for the vcore to drop when running Orthos as opposed to an idle CPU?

Also, could too high a temperature on the northbridge also cause the reboots and instability I get when trying to overclock to 3GHz?

Would upping the northbridge voltage stabilise my system?

Maybe I should get a 60mm/80mm fan and place it on the northbridge heatsink if its affecting my overclocks.
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Which program shows the real vcore or should I only trust the BIOS reading?

Is it normal for the vcore to drop when running Orthos as opposed to an idle CPU?

Also, could too high a temperature on the northbridge also cause the reboots and instability I get when trying to overclock to 3GHz?

Would upping the northbridge voltage stabilise my system?

Maybe I should get a 60mm/80mm fan and place it on the northbridge heatsink if its affecting my overclocks.

Vcore will "droop" when running extensive programs...or even just windows..CPUz read incorrect most times...trust your bios settings and expect a slight drop in vcore while in windows...

Too high of a temp on the NB could shut your system down..In my case tho, i didn't see that till around 360fsb..i had to watercool by chipset to get to 400fsb..

Upping the NB or FSB voltage may help, but i haven't seen but 2 people who swear they needed a +.1v increase on either...the rest didn't

Adding any kind of fan or better NB cooler would not be a bad idea...at 360fsb my NB was really really hot...at 400fsb it was to hot to touch...before water i used a HSF from an older Nv video card i had...i think its like a 1.5" block with a fan in it..it worked good and you can buy those for under $15..
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Alright.

I'm going to get some passive cooling on the NB before overclocking any higher than 2.8GHz.

BTW, what is the Athlon X2 equivalent of a E4300 @ 2.8GHz and 3GHz? The 5600+?
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Alright.

I'm going to get some passive cooling on the NB before overclocking any higher than 2.8GHz.

BTW, what is the Athlon X2 equivalent of a E4300 @ 2.8GHz and 3GHz? The 5600+?
thats a hard question to answer...

At stock i do believe the new 3600+ is close to the E4300...again STOCK....

oc'ed i have gone up against a new 6000+...i beat it in most every cpu benchmark..It beat me in ScienceMark (by 50pts..pft), but i'm pretty sure everyone said that had to do with his RAM..faster and 1gig more than me..

But that is my 4300....with most 4300's i would say that the 5600+ oc'ed is close to a 4300 @3ghz...but there are soooo many variables that its just too hard to say...
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idk if its an error...from what i keep reading, when you lower your multi you are raising your nbfsb...you can see this with windows controlpanel/system..if you ran 333fsb under 8x it will show you at 3.0ghz...if you run it 400fsb x8 it shows you at 3.6ghz...

idk how all this works really...it's too much for me to learn..but it would explain why i see hardly any difference in performance between 8x and 9x with 400fsb....
Windows reports falsely... Try opening cpu-z and see what your cpu is running at. Before you stated that you were running 3.6 while you were running 3.2 I think (could be wrong on that). But either way, try doing 333x6 and then 333x9 and watch the difference. FSB on c2d does not matter. Clock speed does.
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Read this...

http://www.thetechrepository.com/showthread.php?t=30


I can run 400fsb x8 or x9...doesn't matter...it just requiers more vcore to run stable with 9x...produces a little more heat too..so i run 400x8...i only lost 5fps in games, and about 5% in cpu benchmarks...

i would think that the difference would really be more than 5fps and 5%...Windows isn't the only software that states this either...Sandra does as well...
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60c is LOAD temps. Just finished another Orthos session that lasted 48mins. No errors and peak LOAD temp was 62c on both cores.

I'll give 3GHz a try soon.

Thanks.
****in 'tard. Don't go past that temp.
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