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i think that a reflash should solve the problem,in fact i have this problem since i've upgraded the bios to 1002.And what bios should i install?Btw,i always keep my ram unlinked at stock 667mhz.The timings are set to auto.My kingstones don't think that overclocks at all,i didn't managed to overclock them at all till now.So the fact that i'm keeping them unlinked and auto should make my oc unstable???The thing is that i see all kind of people that are having the 8400 at high freq like 3.8-4.0.My mobo isn't the maximum solution for overclocking but still it can go enough for it.My northbridge is fanless and it generates alot of heat,i cannot touch it at full load.But to set a higher fsb it needs higher voltage right?It is set at 1.56 and i have another notch of 1.7,i really can't get it stable???And what program should i use to test it quick(not 10 hours test)?
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post #22 of 24
What can fry a CPU (C2D or QC) anyway?

If someone sets the voltage on a C2D at 1.6v with a stock cooler, would that fry the CPU?

If a CPU gets fried by high voltage does it also destroy/fry the motherboard also?

Just curious
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post #23 of 24
The 1.5x voltage on your NB is no problem at all. I had mine running on 1.6v for 24/7.

Have you tried running your system at stock speeds?

Always start from scratch, start from the bottom and work back up slowly.
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post #24 of 24
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Yeah i'm running it @ stock right now.No problems occurs in stock.But i want it at least at 3.5.I'm always keeping my ram at stock with unlinked option.After overclock i get a ratio of 9:7 or things like that.
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