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post #11 of 17
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lol..right now i just used clockgen and push the cpu to 2103mhz...and its still at a stable temp of 44C...but holy crap i never thought i would get an extra 600mhz total out of my cpu so far
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post #12 of 17
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double post... *update* 2503mhz but shortly after benckmarking and taking screen shot i got the BSOD but lucky nothing got damage seriously....


photo of the 1ghz performance gain...is there any way that i could do to make it more stable to run at those speeds?
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double post... *update* 2503mhz but shortly after benckmarking and taking screen shot i got the BSOD but lucky nothing got damage seriously....


photo of the 1ghz performance gain...is there any way that i could do to make it more stable to run at those speeds?
Doubtful. You probably need more vcore or your memory just can't overclock that high or both.
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dont you mean my FSB?
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No.

Set your mem to run slower in BIOS than it is right now.

Try the bench again. If it works, it was the mem. If not, you need more vcore..
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thats not possible for me...i have a prebuilt laptop, i use clockgen to OC the cpu...it would be nice if i could reflash my mobo so i could got into the BIOS and modify those settings
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post #17 of 17
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*sighs* another double post......okay currently i have a stick of DDR 333, if i were to buy another stick work that let me have a stable system at the 2503mhz with the 166.9mhz FSB?
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