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Mike I am telling you its as voltage thing, use cpuz and get your underload (not just idling in windows) up to 1.3625v. I am serious though about more, I have been running my C0 at 1.385v in windows under load folding for 9 months straight without issue.
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Mike I am telling you its as voltage thing, use cpuz and get your underload (not just idling in windows) up to 1.3625v. I am serious though about more, I have been running my C0 at 1.385v in windows under load folding for 9 months straight without issue.
It's not the volts that you run through it that matters... If you can keep it cooled then it'll last much longer
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Mike what jade said about 1.4volts is somewhat true, I keep my in windows under load volts under 1.39volts. So I bring up prime95 and cpuz and watch my core voltage, under load it should say 1.39v. Usually it drops from like 1.415v to 1.39v, vdroop. So if you at 1.3675 in the bios your not running that when you get into windows, so its something to check out.
Somewhat true? If you guys had any idea what vcore I run at you would freak Even Lemans admits he's run as high as 1.415v. That's getting closer to my personal limit
But yeah Mike, whenever you have any sort of stability problems; lowering the fsb, or raising the vcore a tad always fixes it for me.
If you are having units go down at 85% or so, you definitely want to raise that vcore a notch

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Somewhat true? If you guys had any idea what vcore I run at you would freak Even Lemans admits he's run as high as 1.415v. That's getting closer to my personal limit
But yeah Mike, whenever you have any sort of stability problems; lowering the fsb, or raising the vcore a tad always fixes it for me.
If you are having units go down at 85% or so, you definitely want to raise that vcore a notch

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It's not the volts that you run through it that matters... If you can keep it cooled then it'll last much longer
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Mike I am telling you its as voltage thing, use cpuz and get your underload (not just idling in windows) up to 1.3625v. I am serious though about more, I have been running my C0 at 1.385v in windows under load folding for 9 months straight without issue.
Alright, you guys convinced me. I'm raised the vcore and I'm going to see what I can get out of this puppy.

As I type this I'm testing for stability at higher clocks. Currently load vcore is fluctuating between 1.38v and 1.39v. Any tips on fine tuning this thing. Maybe a little something that can help with stability. It seems that all of you guys and Freeroller as well have a lot more experience than I do with these chips.

So far I have, per the bios;

cpu vtt - 1.30v
mch - 1.44v
ich - 1.12v
ich10 - 1.55v
ddr2 ref - 0%
cpu gtl - 67%
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While trying to get 4.3ghz stable, my rig blue screened on me and now it doesn't do a thing. No post, nothing. It just powers on but doesn't do anything else. It did this to me when I first put the chip in, but I managed to get it to work. This time I did all that I could do and nothing. I cleared the CMOS, took the battery out, don't know what else is left. Right now the battery is out and I'm going to bed. If it doesn't work tomorrow, I'm ordering a ud3p.
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To do a correct cmos reset, you have to pull the psu cord out of the back, pull the battery, then hit the power button to make sure to discharge the psu completely. Then wait about 2 minutes and try again.

If it still won't do it, try running just one ram stick, might not be enough volts for two.
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Well, I left the psu unplugged and the battery out over night and it still does nothing. When I get home from work I'll do some more testing.
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why not just use the cmos clearing jumper?
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Ok well as far as getting the board back alive, is your board even turning on? POST codes? Nothing?


Try taking out the RAM all together, and turn it on... what happens?


For OCing the E8400 - does your board have an available vdroop mod? This is the fastest way to high clocking stability. It got me from 4.2 ghz to 4.4Ghz with 1.33 volts under load and idle.. 1.35600 set in BIOS
    
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why not just use the cmos clearing jumper?
I tried it with the jumper and the switch on the back i/o panel. Neither did a thing.

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Ok well as far as getting the board back alive, is your board even turning on? POST codes? Nothing?


Try taking out the RAM all together, and turn it on... what happens?


For OCing the E8400 - does your board have an available vdroop mod? This is the fastest way to high clocking stability. It got me from 4.2 ghz to 4.4Ghz with 1.33 volts under load and idle.. 1.35600 set in BIOS

I just got home and haven't got a chance to mess with it. The board doesn't POST. Everything powers on, but the monitor is never triggered. The board has display thing on the bottom that shows numbers. That turns on as well as a few lights but it never does anything else. I should check and see what the numbers mean. Problem is that I don't have a manual and it's not available on the abit site anymore.

As for a vdroop function, it doesn't have one.
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