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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813138052

I was wondering what NPT Fid control was lol. Ill look for the mem clock again because i never saw it when i looked but my mobo never came with a manual. It just came with a color sheet for showing what is what on the mobo. Ive run prime95 for 12 hours and its stable at the settings i have now as well.

Edit// Does anyone here have any idea on how to change the cpu voltage on the mobo i have?
Jasoncho, you can download the manual by going here: http://www.biostar.com.tw/upload/Man..._23_manual.exe.

According to the manual it does look like you can change the CPU Voltage. Unfortunately I don't have the motherboard in front of me for testing so it's hard for me to tell you whether or not it works.

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Thanks. You guys have been more help than i imagined.
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Well, i searched my BIOS and i found that the ram frequency is locked so im stuck with 400. Would i be good at running my FSB at 220 x 11.5 with stock voltages or would i have to up the voltage on my ram to 2.0. And would raising the voltage on my cpu make it more stable if i overclock it higher?
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Good luck! the brisbanes can be a little tricky in my experience, but see what you can do!

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It's not necessary for the vcore to be higher unless it is unstable. Have you run Orthos or Prime95 overnight, or for at least 10 hours yet? That will give you a general idea of your stability. More than not, stability issues can be attributed to lack of voltage, so if it does fail, then a raise to the vcore may be in order.

RAM check out your RAM specifications to see what it is supposed to run at, in terms of vdimm.
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My 210 fsb is stable. I just raised the fsb to 220 and im running small FFTs right now. My ram is supposed to run at 1.8-2.0 so im running it 2.0 even though my ram is running at 420 still since the divider got lower.
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Would i be good at running my FSB at 220 x 11.5 with stock voltages or would i have to up the voltage on my ram to 2.0. And would raising the voltage on my cpu make it more stable if i overclock it higher?

I am using a Brisbane and I have a stable overclock at those speeds with no changes to voltage. However in order to do it I had to play with my RAM timings. Be careful with voltage it is the most dangerous setting.
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mines at 227 FSB i never changed anything manually with my ram. Its stable, and im pretty sure my ram voltage is 1.91v.
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post #19 of 25
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What did you change for your cpu? Did you do nothing but raise the fsb? And i havent changed my cpu voltage at all yet but i did change the ram voltage to 2.0 from 1.95 just for the sake of stability. Its still in the manufacturer's recommended voltage area.
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This where i am right now.
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