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HEEELP I cant get my evga680i A1 to oc very far

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ok so i just got this mobo and well im kinda new to ocing anyway i got my cpu to 3.6ghz from 3.0ghz and the ram to 1000mhz from 800mhz no mater what i do i can only get the cpu to 3.7ghz ok so then i boot to vista ultimate 64bit and run 3Dmark06 and i get the BSOD :swearing: if i try to go over 3.7ghz the pc will post and get all the way to the loading bar for vista then BAM BSOD agin i get 0x00000124 and 0x0000007e i have up loaded some picks of what i got going on in the bios any help would be great
post #2 of 12
try upping the cpu volts up a couple notches. you could also bump up the fsb to 1.4, your spp to 1.5, and maybe your mcp to 1.6. basically you might need alittle more juice for more of an o/c. everything looks good, you might be able to get more with more volts, or you could be close to your max o/c.

edit: just remembered! you might want to flash your bios to the latest version, i flashed my bios and it helped my o/c!
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1.3v on FSB? hmm isn't 1.4 stock?
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allright ill give it a try and see what happens
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now that i think about it when i was playing around with it i did try to up the cpu and fsb volts a few but i never touched the spp mcp i left them at auto
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Set FSB Votage And SPP voltage both to 1.4v. The FSB voltage should be run at the same votage as the SPP (northbridge) as a genral rule. You also have to play around with this board to find the FSB Hole. I had one between 380 FSB and 410 FSB (1520 QDR and 1640). So if you are getting stability problems, you might have a FSB hole around where it is crashing. You can try jumping past it by trying 1640 QDR, or you can lower your multi to x8 and go for a 1700QDR. But that high of a FSB might requires 1.5v to SPP and FSB voltage.

Link for more info on FSB Hole:

How to Overclock NVIDIA 600 series chipsets past their OC wall


Leave MCP on Auto, it is your SB chip which controls the bottom PCI-E x16 slot, the SATA, RAID, LAN, on board audio, etc.

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ok first things first had to run to the store for some brews ok so this is what i changed so far cpu at 1.45v fsb and spp at 1.4v mcp on auto at 1.5v and i turned up the fsb to 418mhz so 418x4=1672fsb and 418x9=3762mhz CPU and it booted in to vista ultimate x64 so thats a plus thanks im gonna try 3Dmark06 and see if i get the bsod
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ok so 3Dmark06 passed now im gonna push a bit more thanks guys
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ok first things first had to run to the store for some brews ok so this is what i changed so far cpu at 1.45v fsb and spp at 1.4v mcp on auto at 1.5v and i turned up the fsb to 418mhz so 418x4=1672fsb and 418x9=3762mhz CPU and it booted in to vista ultimate x64 so thats a plus thanks im gonna try 3Dmark06 and see if i get the bsod
If it does run stable, try lowering the vcore back down.

I've also found that the chipsets clock differently from board to board. I've seen some boards run on 1.3v up to 390 FSB, while others neede 1.4v to the SPP. I've also seen SPP of 1.5v just to run a 400 FSB! So if it is still unstable, try raising the SPP to 1.5v. BTW, 1.5v is the max for the SPP.
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post #10 of 12
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well i pushed further and now this is what i got i uped the cpu to 4.8v and the fsb to 422mhz and it didnt give me the bsod with 3dmark06 damn ericeod your better than
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