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I Appreciate the advice.

NB volts have already be upped to 1.35.

Current mem timings are 5-5-5-15. 1.9v (Do I need to go higher if I have no plans on going past 3.ghz?)

58c load is in a really warm/hot room. A (Just got home from work and the air conditioner hasn't been turned on yet kinda hot) about 75-80F. I did that on purpose to see what load temps would be and they went to 58c

Normally my place is cool all year round. with my AC going my load temps are 54-55c.

Thanks again
Temps sound fine to me. Also don't put lots of volts through the memory if you dont have to and you feel it is stable.
post #22 of 24
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And BSOD tonight. *sigh* I know it's part of the learning process. I'm sure I'll get it squared away soon enough.

Upped the NB voltage to 1.4 and I'm going to see what happens.
Thinking upping the cpu voltage as a next course of action maybe.

Wish me luck (I'm gonna need it) lol
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post #23 of 24
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And BSOD tonight. *sigh* I know it's part of the learning process. I'm sure I'll get it squared away soon enough.

Upped the NB voltage to 1.4 and I'm going to see what happens.
Thinking upping the cpu voltage as a next course of action maybe.

Wish me luck (I'm gonna need it) lol
Yeah, core voltage would be your best bet. I always go over-cautious first and bump voltages up high and push as far as possible. Then once I am happy, I start to back each voltage down a tad one, by one. Then I test for stability. Then if I get any BSODs within the next 2 weeks I will start putting the voltage up a little bit until its stable
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Yeah, core voltage would be your best bet. I always go over-cautious first and bump voltages up high and push as far as possible. Then once I am happy, I start to back each voltage down a tad one, by one. Then I test for stability. Then if I get any BSODs within the next 2 weeks I will start putting the voltage up a little bit until its stable
I second that, good advice.
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