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anyone know why i get a bsod, 0x00000124, when i try to run prime95 when im at 3.4ghz?
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I just purchased a P35-DS3L which has an 8800GT and Q6600 installed (upgrade time!). I built this with high expectations however the board seems unable to overclock or really change ANY of the default settings (clock, memory, voltage, PCI-E frequency, etc) in BIOS. I can use easytune to push the CPU to about 2.8 but any changes to overclocking related parameters in the BIOS results in double boot and having the parameters reset to default. ANyone else have this happen? Is there a cure? I'm pretty bumbed about this at the moment- take the whole shine off the new system.
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I got my system installed although it was a huge uphill fight with Windows Vista.

I was o'clocked to 3.4 GHz but that was at work and my office is generally pretty cool. Brought the computer home and had a crash or two so I backed it off to 3.24 GHz. Maybe a better cooler might get me back to 3.4 but I'm not sure I care. That's quite a step up from 1.8.

Here's my results.

John

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=296776
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Originally Posted by guisar View Post
I just purchased a P35-DS3L which has an 8800GT and Q6600 installed (upgrade time!). I built this with high expectations however the board seems unable to overclock or really change ANY of the default settings (clock, memory, voltage, PCI-E frequency, etc) in BIOS. I can use easytune to push the CPU to about 2.8 but any changes to overclocking related parameters in the BIOS results in double boot and having the parameters reset to default. ANyone else have this happen? Is there a cure? I'm pretty bumbed about this at the moment- take the whole shine off the new system.
Usually this occurs when you don't change the memory multiplier to its base of 2.00 (or whatever you need to keep your memory under it's normal clock speeds).

Check that feature out in the bios and let us know what happens.
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I got my system installed although it was a huge uphill fight with Windows Vista.

I was o'clocked to 3.4 GHz but that was at work and my office is generally pretty cool. Brought the computer home and had a crash or two so I backed it off to 3.24 GHz. Maybe a better cooler might get me back to 3.4 but I'm not sure I care. That's quite a step up from 1.8.

Here's my results.

John

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=296776
Sounds like you're playing a guessing game. It's definately important to monitor your core temperatures atleast when you're overclocking. I run 64-bit Vista Ultimate. Use Core Temp, and use f8 during startup to disable driver signature enforcement to be able to run it.
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anyone know why i get a bsod, 0x00000124, when i try to run prime95 when im at 3.4ghz?
From my experiences with about the same setup, it's a memory failure, or not enough processor voltage.

At 3.4ghz, you're 378 x 9 I'm assuming. Make sure your memory multiplier is at 2.00.

Also, for maximum stability, you're going to need to make sure the memory timings are at 5-5-5-15. Ctrl-F1 at the main bios will unlock the memory settings.

Your Vcore will probably be approximately 1.45 in BIOS, memory +0.2v, FSB +0.1V, and maybe (g)MCH +0.1 as well.
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should i run prime95 with 'round of checking' checked? b/c at the voltages you gave me to try i get an error, Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4, what does that mean?

in cpu-z it says my vcore is 1.376, and in the bios its set to 1.45, my mem timings are 5-5-5-15, what could it be that causes the error?
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Originally Posted by guisar View Post
I just purchased a P35-DS3L which has an 8800GT and Q6600 installed (upgrade time!). I built this with high expectations however the board seems unable to overclock or really change ANY of the default settings (clock, memory, voltage, PCI-E frequency, etc) in BIOS. I can use easytune to push the CPU to about 2.8 but any changes to overclocking related parameters in the BIOS results in double boot and having the parameters reset to default. ANyone else have this happen? Is there a cure? I'm pretty bumbed about this at the moment- take the whole shine off the new system.
To add to what NP2H suggested, check your memory voltage as well. Make sure you bump it up to your memory's rated voltage (default is 1.8 volts on this board).
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should i run prime95 with 'round of checking' checked? b/c at the voltages you gave me to try i get an error, Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4, what does that mean?

in cpu-z it says my vcore is 1.376, and in the bios its set to 1.45, my mem timings are 5-5-5-15, what could it be that causes the error?

Yes, run with it checked. That's just Prime95 checking and reporting any errors. I believe if you run without it checked it won't report errors and you won't know if your rig passes or fails.

If you still can't get it to run without error, then bump up your vcore again. Mine's at 1.47 in the BIOS in order to get stability at 3.6 GHz. Once you get to a certain point, it starts to take quite a bit more voltage to get a stable overclock and you may need to up your FSB and MCH voltages as well, as NP2H suggested.
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Yes, run with it checked. That's just Prime95 checking and reporting any errors. I believe if you run without it checked it won't report errors and you won't know if your rig passes or fails.

If you still can't get it to run without error, then bump up your vcore again. Mine's at 1.47 in the BIOS in order to get stability at 3.6 GHz. Once you get to a certain point, it starts to take quite a bit more voltage to get a stable overclock and you may need to up your FSB and MCH voltages as well, as NP2H suggested.
thanks, i bumped the voltage a little higher and its stable so far in prime95 and no bsod
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