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About 16 days ago i had stable 3200 and after i came back from vacation it got bsod etc it is the same like earlier i am plaing whit it about 1 day and nothing i got 90 minutes stable prime95 after that 90 minutes i played titan quet IT ... went to bios played whit Memory from 800 to 1000 but was not stable and again setuped like i had that stable oc and now again bsod , screen went rubbish when watching crap ...

can any come whit an idea ?

read it slowly i don't have time to write good i can bsod any sec ...
    
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Basically, execute disable bit being ENABLED does make instant instability
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Originally Posted by Kopi View Post
Basically, execute disable bit being ENABLED does make instant instability
Anyone seconds that? I'm currently interested on the response to this, wasn't able to get a clear answer.
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Execute Disable Bit is a protection again certain virus. Some people recommend turning it off during the process of overclocking. But I don't think it will effect a stable Oc that much.
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Try resetting your CMOS and see if you can go back in for longer.
    
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It stops some viruses from coding. I don't believe it affects an overclock at all, I don't see how it would? I always have mine enabled and it does fine.
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Okay. Letting it enabled then. Thanks for your help guys
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It doesn't affect overclocking in the least bit.
    
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I have it enabled on my pc and everything runs smoothly...
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About 16 days ago i had stable 3200 and after i came back from vacation it got bsod etc it is the same like earlier i am plaing whit it about 1 day and nothing i got 90 minutes stable prime95 after that 90 minutes i played titan quet IT ... went to bios played whit Memory from 800 to 1000 but was not stable and again setuped like i had that stable oc and now again bsod , screen went rubbish when watching crap ...

can any come whit an idea ?

read it slowly i don't have time to write good i can bsod any sec ...
Execute Disable Bit has never hindered my overclock. I leave it on because I take full advantage of it.

But you said it's only 90 minutes stable in Prime95. But if you want to avoid problems due to instability, then it's imperative that you get the overclock stable enough to pass 12 hours of the Small FFTs test.

After that, tweak the memory until your system can pass approximately 5 passes in Memtest at the minimum; around 10 is preferred. 1 pass is when Memtest completes all 8 tests.

After that, make the overclock stable enough to pass around 30-50 runs of Linpack. For Linpack testing, just use LinX. It makes Linpack testing extremely easy. It has tooltips for everything, and it comes with a really good and short Read Me file. Be sure to use "All" available memory (you click on the "All" button).

After that, finish it off by making the overclock stable enough to pass roughly 6-12 hours of the Blend test, which is the default test selection when you open Prime95.

If the overclock can do all of this, then you should never run into problems related to instability ever again.
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