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post #11 of 26
Aww slap it to 400, she can handle it.
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post #12 of 26
generally, yes. but i dont want to be responsible for others' dead hardware.
post #13 of 26
try 300mhz FSB..you might still be able to run that on your stock vcore.

You really need to fill out the system specs though...this is a craps shoot, just telling you to do stuff...
post #14 of 26
I assume he was talking about being at 381 (2670Mhz) that's why I said slap it up to 400. if he's only at 267 FSB then lmao sorry. He said he was at 2.4ghz with the easytuner I assumed he would start from there.
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post #15 of 26
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Originally Posted by Modki View Post
I assume he was talking about being at 381 (2670Mhz) that's why I said slap it up to 400. if he's only at 267 FSB then lmao sorry.
thats what i mean. what if he actually did it and he reported back telling smoke came from his case?

"is that bad? lol"
post #16 of 26
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that's why I said slap it up to 400. if he's only at 267 FSB then lmao sorry.


gothcha..lol

I hope everythings ok..
post #17 of 26
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Originally Posted by Core2Duo_E6300 View Post
hey guys, wow u guys reply quickly lol. awsome support! well i got it up to 267, the core temp is 48C, should i go anyhigher or is it to much of a risk? thanx
Is that with a load or at idle? The load temp is the one you really need to watch, run Orthos while you have Coretemp open and see what you get...

EDIT: You should be able to get higher than 267fsb, 266 is stock
Try to up it to 300 and restart, run Orthos and if stable for at least an hour try going up some more; if you start getting errors up the vcore a notch but, make sure to keep a close eye on thos temps
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post #18 of 26
i recommend OCCT instead of orthos. finds and deals with instability better.
(just my 2ct)
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hey, i was wondering how do i overclock my ram?
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post #20 of 26
Simply by increasing the FSB..or by selecting a new speed under the ddr heading.
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