Originally Posted by smallia16
couple of suggestions:
Check ram speed, lower if neccesary.
Raise ram voltage, sometimes i have to do this even if running below stock ram speed at higher fsb.
Raise Chipset Voltage.
Raise LDT bus voltage.
If none of these work, try droppin cpu multi to see if it can be stabilised at that fsb
-Done, 100 divider used
-This RAM works best at 2.53, it gets less MHz at 2.5 and 2.6. Wouldn't hurt to try
-1.3 and 1.6 LDT and chipset helped at 2950, I'll have to give it a try for 3.0.
-8x multi is one thing I haven't tried. Maybe I'll even give 8.5 a go - I think this board is good at 400HTT + though
Now that I have the side panel back on and I'm playing games with it, the CPU wants another .05v for 2.9 due to the high temperatures in my case. I'll have to cut a hole in the side panel and stick a fan in there.. or go back to water cooling
edit: Tried everything at once - priming now at 375x8, 1.3/1.6 LDT/chipset, 100 divider on the RAM, 1.475v to the CPU.
edit2: lasted one minute
Next thing on the list is remounting the cooler, it's a huge pain in the ass though
Forget that, next thing on the list is waiting for a cool night and seeing what happens with low temps.