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well im confused, my voltage in bios is set to normal (1.325) and im only at 3.15ghz and in p95 i got an error after 9 min on 1 thread, other 3 were fine for 9 hours. i dont know what type of voltage is needed for when i increase the fsb or whatever. this OC business is confusing me lol
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Don't be afraid to raise the voltage more. If I'm not mistaken, stock voltage on that chip is 1.35, so you should be fine to raise it upwards of 1.5V
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Here you go Spike. You can post a new OC for me and get rid of the other two if you want. This is as far as my current system will go I'm afraid. I think I might break my computer if I try for 4.0GHz again.


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Wow, that's a nice OC, losttsol!
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Well, I just got done completing 8 hr orthos run no errors at 1.312 V @ idle according to cpu-z. Under load it drops to 1.296 V cpu-z. Bios is set @ 1.35625 V. Also my temps have dropped slightly, due to the auto setting for voltage was setting the cou @ around 1.39 V according to cpu-z. And best of all, I've shut down the system and booted back up and all my settings where there.

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post #496 of 4644
what does the VID mean and what does it affect with OCing? mines 1.325 (sorry for all the silly questions just new and paranoided) and how come in cpu-z is says my core voltage 1.312 when in bios its set to 1.325?
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what does the VID mean and what does it affect with OCing? mines 1.325 (sorry for all the silly questions just new and paranoided) and how come in cpu-z is says my core voltage 1.312 when in bios its set to 1.325?
VID is your chip's default voltage.

CPU-z reports a lower voltage than you set in the BIOS. I've not figured out for 100% certain, but everything I've read so far (and Sgt Spike agrees) indicates the voltage reported in CPU-z is what your chip is actually getting.

One explanation I've read for this (and I don't know if it's true or not, but it seems it may be reasonable) is that with a multi-core chip the amperage requirement is slightly higher. Therefore when you try to feed it X voltage, you'll get X-y since the power requirement is slightly larger.

If you're overclocking, don't forget to manually set your PCI Express frequency to 100 MHz. Disable EIST (you can find this in your Advanced BIOS Features under the title of CPU EIST Function). Set your System Memory Multiplier (in M.I.T) to 2.0, which will sync your memory speed to your FSB speed.
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post #498 of 4644
alright ty, also the lowest i can set my system memory multiplier is 2.5, why would that be? gives options, auto,2.5,3 etc

i have this ram, if it matters http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231098
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Keep scrolling down in your options in the memory multiplier tab. For some reason they're not in numerical order and 2.0 is about half way down the list, if memory serves (no pun intended).
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alright ty, ill look :>
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