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post #11 of 32
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yea that too, but if that happens, it will give me an error, the watchdog would just reboot and ignore the OC changes i made and run on stock settings

but i dont know how to up the volts on my board? i dont think i have the option to do so?
post #12 of 32
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heres what happened when i ran orthos, ive never used orthos before, can someone tell me about the little details i should be paying attention to when using this program?
post #13 of 32
That means pretty conclusively that your system is unstable. The only remedy is increasing your vcore or reducing your clock

Sorry, Gordon Ramsey is entertaining me at the moment so I can't give you a more detailed response.
post #14 of 32
to increase your voltage on that board its under vid or soemthing like that and you have three options 3.3%, 6.6%, or 10% there pretty lame voltage controls but at least you got em
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THEhomelessONE, if you can please post up some CPU-Z screenshots at 2800Mhz. Make sure to include each tab. This will help us understand what your currently at in regards to memory frequency, HT link ect ect

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post #16 of 32
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wow i love you guys lol thanks

DJquirt, yea i saw those options, but i didnt know what they were, how do i know which one to choose? and if my PSU can power it? its a 300w or 250w i think

i ran 2.7 and it wasnt stable either, but it ran stable at 2.6ghz


post #17 of 32
A 250W power supply would be the problem in my opinion. You should look for a nice 430W instead.
post #18 of 32
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whats the max voltage i can go up to on my cpu safely?
im at 1.328 with the 6.6% VID
post #19 of 32
Thread Starter 
nrgx- im currently broke lol
ive just had this mobo for a year, but no atx case until last week

but ill invest in a new PSU first, they are pretty cheap anyways
so 430w will be enough for my setup and an 8800gt down the road?
post #20 of 32
I shoot for a solid 500w+ just to be safe, that way you have more legroom.
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