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Hey guys, whenever I enable manual FSB setting in the M.I.T., my OS will not boot... The system restarts with it disabled. This happens with any FSB setting... Even the default FSB of 333MHz. I'm not sure why this happens, but I've tried clearing the CMOS and it still happens. I had overclocked successfully before (see early pages of this thread) to 400MHz, but now I don't seem to be able to do anything. What could be causing this?
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Hey guys, whenever I enable manual FSB setting in the M.I.T., my OS will not boot... The system restarts with it disabled. This happens with any FSB setting... Even the default FSB of 333MHz. I'm not sure why this happens, but I've tried clearing the CMOS and it still happens. I had overclocked successfully before (see early pages of this thread) to 400MHz, but now I don't seem to be able to do anything. What could be causing this?

I'm not an expert and I'm not sure this is the case with you, but this kept happening to me. I was clocking my 3.0Ghz P4 to 4005Mhz +. I could pass Orhtos and Prime95 and OCCT or any other test you could throw at it for 8 hours or more. Then the next day I'd go to turn the system on and...........crash........reboot........crash again......reboot again......then the system sets itself all back to default and then start normally. This was happening to me every day. No matter how low I'd clock the CPU. I even went out and got a better power supply and then better ram, because I thought something was wrong with one or the other. Then I was doing some reading on another forum and they said that some CPUs will report an error and shut down if they are not run at the specified mhz. I then went into the BIOS and selected Halt on: NO ERRORS. This completely fixed my problem and has not done it in over a week now.

Again, I'm not an expert, so you might want to ask around if it's wise to set it on halt on no errors.
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Just an update:

After installing by BT, my temps went way down (duh) and that includes the temp2 in speedfan. I am now stressing 410*8 with vcore set to 1.33 in BIOS (1.26 in cpuz/spdfn). I am only doing small ftt's and using one stick of RAM (have some new sticks coming), but all my temps look good.

I am pretty sure that temp2 was cpu temp and just running high. I followed tom's guide on calibration and it looks better.
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rcf22,

I'm also sending you a PM with a question about your video card. I don't want to ask here because I don't want this GREAT thread to stray away from the topic.
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I just ordered this MB and a Q6600 so I'll be reading up on this thread a lot I'm sure.
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Just an update:

After installing by BT, my temps went way down (duh) and that includes the temp2 in speedfan. I am now stressing 410*8 with vcore set to 1.33 in BIOS (1.26 in cpuz/spdfn). I am only doing small ftt's and using one stick of RAM (have some new sticks coming), but all my temps look good.

I am pretty sure that temp2 was cpu temp and just running high. I followed tom's guide on calibration and it looks better.
It looks like you have an AMD system, your posts would be better served in the AMD Motherboards thread

@ Stan, thanks for the idea, I'll be sure to check that out when I get home from work.

@ we're the best, having your specs in your sig should be enough for us, so you don't have to repost them every time http://www.overclock.net/specs.php
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Does anyone know if the Gigabyte P35-DS3L will support my RAM?

OCZ Platinum Revision 2 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400)

I don't see it listed.
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Stan, no-go on the errors halting. Still won't boot with that set to "No Errors"

I think the DS3L is fairly lenient as far accepting RAM... But if it's not listed officially, it's up to you to try it.
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It looks like you have an AMD system, your posts would be better served in the AMD Motherboards thread


lol, I have more than one system. The AMD is my main atm.
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