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Stuck OC on e6300

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 
well, im ocing my e6300. my rig is the sig
currently my e6300 is @ 2.4ghz (multi @ 6) 1.365v
ram is 1:1 @ ddr2-800 1.9v
i cant even get the fsb to 405, 400 im fine, i cant get it to hit 405. also if the cpu's multi is at 7 it crashes when it loads windows(2.8ghz)
so, do i just need better ram? i have the ram timings at 5-5-5-15 right now, i should be able to run them at 4-4-4-11 right now thought.

any thoughts?
post #2 of 12
If an increase to Vdimm doesn't help, it's your RAM keeping you from going higher!

You're RAM is already being pushed quite a bit, especially for those specific sticks!
post #3 of 12
Thread Starter 
neither volts help, taking core nor dimm brings it up

also the specific model of the ram is : T6UB1GC5
post #4 of 12
Here's a Review on your RAM, it does state that it's a poor overclocker! I think you have your answer, I'd suggest the GSkill HZ DDR-800

You can try lowering timings on your RAM and increase Vdimm to 2.0 or 2.1v and see if that might make a difference!
post #5 of 12
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by rsfkevski View Post
Here's a Review on your RAM, it does state that it's a poor overclocker! I think you have your answer, I'd suggest the GSkill HZ DDR-800

You can try lowering timings on your RAM and increase Vdimm to 2.0 or 2.1v and see if that might make a difference!
ill probably try and find some ram on here, so what do you recommend for the multiplier? just up the corev a little until the 7 is stable?
post #6 of 12
Drop your ram devider down and you will be good to go.
post #7 of 12
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Originally Posted by PR1M3R View Post
Drop your ram devider down and you will be good to go.
i cant drop it down, its at 1:1, next it goes up.
my choices are as follows,
ddr2-800 is 1:1
ddr2-900
ddr2-1000
ddr2-1200
ddr2-1333
or something very similer
post #8 of 12
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Originally Posted by Skullzaflare View Post
ill probably try and find some ram on here, so what do you recommend for the multiplier? just up the corev a little until the 7 is stable?
Yes, although you need to keep a very close eye on temps. I, personally, wouldn't take a C2D above 55ºC @ 100% Load although some say 60ºC would be ok!
post #9 of 12
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by rsfkevski View Post
Yes, although you need to keep a very close eye on temps. I, personally, wouldn't take a C2D above 55ºC @ 100% Load although some say 60ºC would be ok!
what program do you use? my bios and asus probe report the cpu at 17c at idle, coretemp says 38c, pc wizard says 22c ? lol, bios says same as the probe
post #10 of 12
I use SpeedFan 4.32 to display temps on my G-15 LCD. But with a C2D you can use Intel's Thermal Analyzing Tool (TAT). Asus' PC Probe isn't too bad. Run Orthos to test stability and 100% Load Temps!

I'm falling asleep at the PC here, I'm gonna take a nap. Be back later!
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