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Hey, welcome to OCN and the 6000 club

When you go into cpuz memory tab, what frequency is your memory running at? Remember to multiply by 2. I see your ram is rated for 1066 so you shouldn't be having trouble from your ram. Have you tried running memtest?

What voltage are you giving your cpu and what is the temperature of your cpu cores? I'd recommend using coretemp to read your temperatures as it normally gives accurate readings.
My memory is running at 408MHz as I did not change the cpu multiplier. One more thing, I cannot change my memory speed to 1066 in BIOS. There is an error stating that 'it is too big' or something like that. So I can just set the memory speed at 800MHz.
The vcore is 1.45v. Temp for Core#0 is 60-63C and Core#1 is 55-58C under stress. Which one should I refer to?
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post #942 of 1595
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My memory is running at 408MHz as I did not change the cpu multiplier. One more thing, I cannot change my memory speed to 1066 in BIOS. There is an error stating that 'it is too big' or something like that. So I can just set the memory speed at 800MHz.
The vcore is 1.45v. Temp for Core#0 is 60-63C and Core#1 is 55-58C under stress. Which one should I refer to?
If you wanted to run the memory at a higher frequency you could drop the cpu multiplier to x14 and increase the reference clock accordingly to get the same cpu speed. To get the same cpu speed you will need a higher reference clock, which will then OC your ram further.

You may need to drop your vcore if you can't drop temps. The maximum temperature for the 6000 is 60C so you want to make sure both cores are below that. Generally you'll want a couple degrees lower for a factor of safety.
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post #943 of 1595
after some tries i foudn a stable setting
vcore 1.425 BIOS @ 1.44~1.45 under full load
220 x 15
i found the problem, my ram sucks for oc , so put in 667 up to 732
4h prime95, 4h orthos, occt passed.
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after some tries i foudn a stable setting
vcore 1.425 BIOS @ 1.44~1.45 under full load
220 x 15
i found the problem, my ram sucks for oc , so put in 667 up to 732
4h prime95, 4h orthos, occt passed.
Congrats! How are temps?
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post #945 of 1595
I've got another question here. Is it possible that my rams are way too hot and cause the error in stress test?
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post #946 of 1595
Well.. no but it is possible that they are way to hot because of overvolting or overclocking, I think the voltage on those sticks you run is 1.9 or 2.0v make sure to theck the vDIMM as overvolting ram can HURT its performance. Keep in mind though that even if they feel really hot your body is starting to send "warning this is hot" signals to your brain if you touch something that is 35c or warmer
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post #947 of 1595
I see. But I'm still having the same problem. The stress test on ram can never passed 3.22GHz. I've tried to increase the mobo's voltage though. Sigh...
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Congrats! How are temps?
running prime occt etc at full load 62~59
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post #949 of 1595
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running prime occt etc at full load 62~59
Seems a little hot. The max design temp is 60C, so you need to bring temps down below that. I'd shoot for temps of 55C or less. It's nice to have a few degrees for a safety cushion.
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post #950 of 1595
i will change my case soon, then will get better temps,
btw
pass the stress etc bla bla bla, 2 hour cs, grid, give me a BSOD after +- 1 hour on Flatout
-.-
i will check if its just the game , or its instable
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