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Hey guys what all programs should I use to help overclock and where can I find them?
Also I was just on Asus and there is an update Bios (0502) has any tried this new update?
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Hey guys what all programs should I use to help overclock and where can I find them?
Also I was just on Asus and there is an update Bios (0502) has any tried this new update?
yoyo

No programs dude! exept one if your overclocking your graphicscard! use rivatuner for that, can be found @ guru3d.com
but for your cpu and ram use the bios! just press delete when you boot

So never use programs like, ntune, set fsb e.g.

Just shout it out here and we will help yah
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post #93 of 111
ok well I mean the programs you use to make sure it is stable. Like I read you guys saying prime95 and etc. ??
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post #94 of 111
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ok well I mean the programs you use to make sure it is stable. Like I read you guys saying prime95 and etc. ??
you dont need to do that I just play crysis that works great as stability testing since it requires so much of the system and its fun to^^
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ok well I mean the programs you use to make sure it is stable. Like I read you guys saying prime95 and etc. ??
The BEST over-clock stability testing tool (for M$ windows) is without a doubt OCCT = OverClock Checking Tool. Their FAQ states OCCT is/does the following (quoting the FAQ) ;

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OCCT (stands for "OverClock Checking Tool) is a CPU stability testing program, developped by myself.

Its features :

* 3 different test types
o CPU = no RAM tested, alot of heat generated on the CPU, errors are usually CPU-centered
o RAM = Maximum error detection, tests the whole chain CPU-Chipset-Memory
o Mix = CPU and RAM alternated
* 3 tests modes
o Auto = 1h long Mix test
o Custom (Infinite) = Infinite loop of the test type of your choice
o Custom (fixed) = A test of the type of your choice, and of a duration of your choice
* Integrated monitoring and System information thanks to CPU-Z and HWmonitor engine
* External Monitoring Program support through plugins (Everest, Speedfan, and many more)
* Graph output showing temperatures and voltages of your computer
Looks like the latest version is OCCT Perestroïka 2.0.0a
You can download their releases from the download page HERE

I highly suggest using OCCT for stability testing your CPU and RAM over-clocking trials and tribulations -- as far as video card overclocking, definately use RivaTuner as go4life mentioned! Once you got everything down, then run some benchmarks n stuff - enjoy!

-peace-
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post #96 of 111
hey agentdcooper how is this OCCT Perestroïka against prime95 and so on? never heard of that one! but sounds good though
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post #97 of 111
Hey whats up guys finally got all my parts in and put together but I am running into a big problem with vista64 booting up. When it starts to boot I get a blue screen that says "A problem has been dtected and windows has been shut down to precent damage o your computer..... check to be sure you have adequate disk space. If a driver is identified in the stop message..... try changing video adapters and then check bios... disable bios memory options like caching or shadowing"

I havent been able to get vista to compleatly install. I was trying to run hdd in raid and install the OS on them but I coundnt get that to work then I switched to the single primary and started to install untill it asked to restart to finish the installation and then I got the blue screen. Guys any help would be excellent
I have updated the bios Vs 0502
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post #98 of 111
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Hey whats up guys finally got all my parts in and put together but I am running into a big problem with vista64 booting up. When it starts to boot I get a blue screen that says "A problem has been dtected and windows has been shut down to precent damage o your computer..... check to be sure you have adequate disk space. If a driver is identified in the stop message..... try changing video adapters and then check bios... disable bios memory options like caching or shadowing"

I havent been able to get vista to compleatly install. I was trying to run hdd in raid and install the OS on them but I coundnt get that to work then I switched to the single primary and started to install untill it asked to restart to finish the installation and then I got the blue screen. Guys any help would be excellent
I have updated the bios Vs 0502
Hmm.. Maybe your copy of windows is bad! Had a similar problem not with raid though.. Just find another windows and try that
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Are you overclocked? If so, look at SB volts - they can cause hard drive read problems.
If you're not overclocked, try re-formatting the drive??
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post #100 of 111
I think I found the problem some other guy was having a similar problem and with installing both sticks of ram before installing vista64. So I took out one and got vista to finishing installing at least.
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