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This is some of my setting in Bios(the rest of setting are auto), I can boot to windows and it run smoothly but when i try to run super pi 1m 1 thread it can't go through, can anyone help?

thanks in advance

Ai Overclock Tuner : Manual
CPU Ratio Control : Manual
CPU Ratio Setting : 7
FSB Frequency : 500
PCI-E Frequency: 100
DRAM Frequency: 1000
DRAM Command Rate : 2t
DRAM Timing Control: Manual
CAS# Latency : 4
RAS# to CAS# Delay : 4
RAS# Precharge : 4
RAS# ActivateTime : 9

CPU Voltage : 1.5
CPU PLL Voltage : 1.58
FSB Termination Voltage : 1.40
DRAM Voltage : 2.2v
North Bridge Voltage : 1.35
Loadline Calibration : Enabled
CPU GTL Reference : .63x
North Bridge GTL Reference : .67x

CPU Spread Spectrum : Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum : Disabled



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god!!!!!!! what is it with people and not listening!!!! e8200 max safe volatge 1.36!!!! you will kill you chip very quickly ok lower that down to get 3.5 you should only need 1.25 if that. use 8 x450 and kick it at 3.6 and go from there
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and again super pi is not a stress tester. orthos or occt.
super pi is a benchmark software. please unless you can afford a new chip less voltage the kinda dont like high voltage and go unstable from what i have seen. and youll kill or degrade it very quickly.
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god!!!!!!! what is it with people and not listening!!!! e8200 max safe volatge 1.36!!!! you will kill you chip very quickly ok lower that down to get 3.5 you should only need 1.25 if that. use 8 x450 and kick it at 3.6 and go from there
The only thing being is that some people will respond and say go to 1.45v (had many people tell me this when I asked the question). I think either they skim the tech documents and see the part that says 'Absolute maximum... Vcc 1.45v' without reading the fine print or they have read the fine print and choose to disregard it.

It all depends on what you want out of your setup e.g. keep under recommended max of 1.3625 or push harder (risking reliability) and gain some MHz.

I'm the cautious type...
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Try dropping your RAM Timings to 4-4-4-12 and your voltage to 1.37v

Why are you running a 7 multi?

Up the multi back to 8 and try running a 475 FSB

That'll give you 3.8GHz

A 1:1 RAM Ratio with a 475FSB will give you 950MHz RAM, which is fine if you can attain the 4-4-4-9 timings

Higher RAM speed doesnt always improve the speed by a large amount, timings and overall clock speed are important also
    
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Thanks guys, i'll try to follow ur suggestion
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may i apoligies for my brash re action to the cpu voltage lol. its just everyone who is o/c them is using way high volts. its just odd ha. we will help you as much as we can at least i will. and welcome.
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may i apoligies for my brash re action to the cpu voltage lol. its just everyone who is o/c them is using way high volts. its just odd ha. we will help you as much as we can at least i will. and welcome.
It's okay m8, anyway now i follow HauntSheep step and i already got 3.8
by changing some setting in bios i set the cpu voltage to 1.375 but in cpu-z it's drop to 1.336 the ram ratio is 1:1 running @950 timing 4-4-4-9

it work fine for me but i still wonder why i can't get through the sp. the only way to pass it is increase the cpu voltage, you know the cpu temp will get as high as u set the voltage and i only use ultra 120 ex not the water, i just want to know how can i pass the sp but not to increase the
cpu voltage

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this is my highest freq i reached just for show off not for use it daily that's why i'm looking for the stable freq for use everyday
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thing is i do use mine every day bar my slightly odd m/b lol. 100% stable at 3.8 for me,
really 3.8 is about the highest stable you can go without going into dangerous volatges really.
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+Rep for you mate, 4.2GHz on an E8200 is very imprssive, you've done well

I'd say keep it @4GHz 24/7 at your current voltages if its stable and in the temperature limits, nothing wrong with that =)

Stress Test your CPU by using Prime95 or Orthos [I prefer Prime95 just because its what i've always used]

I'll try find a link

Prime95

Orthos

Either of this are good

If your CPU Passes a good few hours stable, then keep it @the speed that its stable at...

What you are experiencing with setting the voltage @1.375 and it being read as 1.336 is called vdroop, where the voltage set in the BIOS experiences a small loss by the time its read by windows, it can drop further under load which can cause stability issues, but its only a problem if it is causing stability problems - if its not, don't worry about it too much

So yeah, nice one on your awsome OC, do some stress testing, don't increase the vcore anymore if you can and dont let the temps go over 57c

I say 57c because of temperature differences throughout the day in a house can cause it to rise some degrees, the absolute max is 65c but sometimes you'll find that chips defect when overclocked slightly before that temperature

=)

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