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I never tried overclocking the RAM, I just tried the CPU
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post #12 of 20
Wow I don't know why I asked that question.

Ok that's lots of volts

Set the FSB and SPP voltages to 1.5

I don't know much man, but what I have learned I will share. And I'll help as much as possiable.

Here's a good guid Bluedevil showed me.

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post #13 of 20
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Thats the same Guide i Used. Thanks for trying to help me.
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post #14 of 20
One last thought,

Have you tried to up the Fsb to 400, and Syncing your ram? It seems your ram is under clocked. I don't know if or how it effects. Just another suggestion.

Round numbers are easier to work with
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post #15 of 20
Here is a screen shot of my volts. We have the same Motherboard and CPU maybe this will help you out. Is your 6600 one of the newer ones? I heard those take a lot of vcore for oc'ing a little bit.
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Ill give that a try
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post #17 of 20
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My computer wasn't able to start at that cpu voltage, im at 1.4375.
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post #18 of 20
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Anyone know what i should do when i get an error on orthos? Should I up my CPU Voltage? any other voltage?
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post #19 of 20
Up the voltage until it can laod windows properly, then orthos. If it's not stable.. then bring the overclock down to a point where at most 1.5vcore can keep it stable (for heat's sake).
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I was recieving that error when i was trying to run at 3.4 Ghz but, upping the cpu voltage core fixed it.

One thing i did before was clean up and disable all the unnecesary things in bios.

im at 1.325 or similar to that i am unsure an unable to check as i am at school. Try increasing your Ram Voltage up to 2.1 or 2.2 or about +.3 from the stock voltage.
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