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me needs help overclocking E2200 on P5K-E

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well, i FINALLY upgraded, and i have a very (presumed) overclockable cpu in the E2200. i was able to get it to 11x240 without any problems on stock volts, orthos stable, etc but when i try to go any higher windows wont boot and lock ups on boot that look kinda cool because the P5K has this animation thing that looks funny when frozen...
anyway back on subject: the divider is at 2:3 and i cant find anyway to change that, i think i want it at 1:2 or something along those lines. speed step, all that crap is disabled. stock everything else. the manual says something about voltage dampener, but i cant find it (i kinda found it but i dont think its the problem) and im getting 2 seperate voltage readings from 2 different programs: CPUz says its a 1.216, and core temp says the VID(???) is at 1.3250 im running this with some corsair 2x1gb ddr2 800 ram, so im not sure what to do now. i would want 3+ and i really think its possible. so far idle temps (at 2.6) are 25c, and load is about 40c. here are some bios pics




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You can change your ram speed via the "DRAM Frequency" on your first screenshot, open that and it'll list your options. You are not getting two different voltages, cpu-z is reading the current vcore whereas coretemp is giving you your VID which by my understanding is the predetermined voltage you CPU should use to run at stock speeds. I see as well that your CPU voltage is set to "AUTO", you really should be adjusting that and all voltages manually so you know what you are running. Try upping your vcore ever so slightly and see if it helps your stability at all. You are probably going to need to add vcore to get to 3G unless you have a really good chip.
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