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post #11 of 15
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thanks for the help guys
gonna give it a go soldering a resistor on
hopefully will work if it doesn't and I break everything then I will be screwed but nothing ventured nothing gained
post #12 of 15
sounds to me like incorrect ram settings
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post #13 of 15
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really?
like what?
I have info on how to mod the board with potentiometers to increase memory voltage Vcore and chipset voltage

what would you say is wrong with the ram?
post #14 of 15
Well I too am also pretty new to the overclocking scene. and was experiencing a wall at 220 fsb which apparently is pretty common with my mobo.. but i was also manually setting my ram timings at that point which only shows up if I press ctrl+f1 at first bios screen(not sure for many mobos,but might be hidden on yours aswell). Until a couple days ago I set it back to auto and have been able to use any fsb speed I have tried so far without any problems. Im currently running at 2.4ghz 9x267 on 1.125 Vcore stable and depending on e4300 make you have you might be able to get the same results. And this is why I am feeling that it is a problem with your ram settings. If you have the options make sure the timings are at the appropriate specs.

Also make sure you have C.I.A.2 disabled if you have it.
disable cpu fan control to make it run at full speed.
disable C1E, EIST, TM2
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post #15 of 15
I would honestly go for the BSEL1 pin mod, not only is it easier than soldering but safer imo. And as long as you are just trying to get that 266x9 then it will serve its purpose well.

I myself have done this mod to my E4300, it boots at 266x9 1.275 vcore and stable. It's not 100% guanteed to work with all chipsets though, Muncher23 started a thread and has the mb that it will work with in here http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ions-here.html
I can add the MSI P35 Neo2-FR to list of mb that mod works with.
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