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post #41 of 71
I would set your vcore to 1.35-37v as it will droop some. All of your mobo voltages should kinda look as follows.

NB- 1.45v
SB- 1.55v
chipset or ICH- 1.0v
fsb term voltage- 1.3v
pci-e freq- 100mhz [although I use 105-115mhz]

Now go run some stress tests and see if it passes them. Lets keep an eye on the temps too mmk?
post #42 of 71
Alright, take it off at set it to 1.325v. That's stock and you should start there. BIOS has a habit of raising the vcore too much, resulting in temps higher thanthey should be. From there, start raising teh FSB in increments until you can't post, raise voltage repeat. Eventually when you get past 333, your RAM timings are going to be stressed so you have to raise the RAM voltage or loosen the timings (or both). Eventually you will find the max FSB, vcore and RAM settings you can POST and load into windows at. Then do stability testing (orthos for 8 hours). If it passes, it's stable, if not (which it will probably not be) play around with different settings (voltages usually, RAM timings as well if need be) If you still can't be stable, start lowering the FSB slowly until it is stable.
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I Dont Know How To Loosen The Timing It My First Time Ocing So If You User Easier Words Because I Don Get Them
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post #44 of 71
tightening timings = smaller numbers [usually needs more voltage]
loose = bigger numbers [usually requires less voltage, or no change to voltage at all]

Dont worry about that, for now lets try for that 333mhz FSB using the settings I posted for you. If you are successful with that, we can 'tighten' things up a bit.
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Ok Right Now I Hit 350 And Im In Windows
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what are your temps at idle in windows and load when stress testing?
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Righ Now It Been 12 Min Of Orthos And Its 52-56. Idle Is 48 Ithink
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sounds great! Your around 2.8ghz now...nice OC!
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Im Gonna Take The Fsb To 375 So I Get 3.0 Ithink It Will Be Ok Right ?
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post #50 of 71
You are approaching the 'egde'...tread carefully now. Make sure you have recorded all of your mobo and cpu settings on paper, in case you need to reset cmos later.

..but yes, I think it will do fine. You are going to run into a point where your cpu wont load windows..but will post the BIOS on startup...thats where you need to increase the vcore to get it up and running again.

So far, what have you increased the vcore to? You are still pretty low on clock speed, so between 1.32 and 1.4v should be able to get you to a 3ghz OC. I cant imagine the cpu needing more than that.
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