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No problem Sarge. I know how confusing the whole OC/BIOS thing is for a noob, so I just thought it would be nice to try to help out others in the same situation I was/am if I can.

Hope you get your internet problems cleared up. Happy new year, btw!

Oh, on a side note, it looks like I've got a 3.6 GHz overclock on my E6750. I'm going to test it overnight to assure stability. I'll keep you posted.
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Thread Starter 
Coelocanth, looks like you've been covering most of the questions here the last few days, thanks! My internet hasn't been doing well lately so I've not been able to get on OCN as often as I wished. Anyway, glad to see that this thread is helping lots of overclockers still, and now some are sticking around helping others! Great to see!
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Now, how did my reply end up above yours...?
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD 250 GB SATA2; Seagate 160 GB SATA Pioneer DVR-212D Windows XP SP2 Samsung SyncMaster 940B 
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have any of you gotten a bsod 0x00000124 ? i get it every once in a while :/
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Originally Posted by tekster View Post
have any of you gotten a bsod 0x00000124 ? i get it every once in a while :/
I've not yet seen any BSODs.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD 250 GB SATA2; Seagate 160 GB SATA Pioneer DVR-212D Windows XP SP2 Samsung SyncMaster 940B 
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well i upped my voltage and i have it at 3.30ghz now and stable after 3 hours of prime95, so i should be able to get my goal of atleast 3.4 shortly
Very nice.

Unfortunately for me, my 3.6 GHz OC failed Prime95 last night at the 4 hour 35 minute mark. However, I've upped the vcore another notch (1.46875 volts in BIOS, 1.424 volts in CPU-z), so I'll try it again tonight to see if it's stable. If it is, then I'll start tweaking the RAM timings.
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WD 250 GB SATA2; Seagate 160 GB SATA Pioneer DVR-212D Windows XP SP2 Samsung SyncMaster 940B 
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well i upped my voltage and i have it at 3.30ghz now and stable after 3 hours of prime95, so i should be able to get my goal of atleast 3.4 shortly
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post #508 of 4644
How well does this board OC with 4x1gb of ram? With ram being so cheap, I've been thinking about getting another 2x1gb.
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Originally Posted by ssilvia View Post
How well does this board OC with 4x1gb of ram? With ram being so cheap, I've been thinking about getting another 2x1gb.
I can't speak to this board in particular, but everything I've read indicates it's much more difficult to get a stable OC if all of your RAM slots are populated. At the price of RAM today, I'd recommend grabbing a 2 X2GB kit instead of adding 2 more modules.

That being said, are you using a 64 bit OS? If not, you won't be utilizing all your RAM if you upgrade to 4 GB. A 32 bit OS can only address in the range of 2.7 to 3.2 GB of RAM if you have 4 GB installed.
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E6750 @ 3.6 GHz 1.46875 vcore Gigabyte P35 DS3L Rev. 2 EVGA 8800 GT Mushkin HP PC6400 DDR2 @ 900MHz 
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WD 250 GB SATA2; Seagate 160 GB SATA Pioneer DVR-212D Windows XP SP2 Samsung SyncMaster 940B 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD 250 GB SATA2; Seagate 160 GB SATA Pioneer DVR-212D Windows XP SP2 Samsung SyncMaster 940B 
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post #510 of 4644
Ok, So I upgraded my cpu fan to arctic cooler 7 and got better case flow. I'm stable at 3.24 (360X9), idling at 24 C. I'm having a problem pushing it further though, whenever I raise it higher, I get the ntldr is missing error at startup. This is easy to fix by lowering the OC and resetting my main HD as the primary boot device, but I'm trying to push it further and can't.

voltage = 1.45 vcore +.4 memory +.1 MCH & FSB

Any ideas?
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