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Right now i have got it to 3.5 with 1.4vcore or 1.36 w/ (vdroop?) with 50c load temp, but it wont go any higher.
i tried adding to the vcore and still wont go up. have i reaced my cpus limit?
Btw it is a B0 which i believe is the better version
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actualy to be exact it is stuck at 252 fsb
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I tried adding cooling to my north bridge because it seemed realy hot. It isnt as hot any more. Still cant get past 252FSB
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Increase the voltage of the NB.
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Tried upping nb from 1.24 to 1.38 and core from 1.35 to 1.36 still couldnt up the fsb
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Tried upping nb from 1.24 to 1.38 and core from 1.35 to 1.36 still couldnt up the fsb
It's your RAM. What chipset are you using? Is your RAM linked to your FSB? If it is, unlink it.
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It's your RAM. What chipset are you using? Is your RAM linked to your FSB? If it is, unlink it.
probably the on ein his sig
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probably the on ein his sig
I realized thank you. It seems like he has an FSB hole or his RAM is linked and is holding him back.
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Not sure exactly how you unlink ram. In bios ram options are auto and manual. i have it set to manual and i tried raising cpu fsb and leaving ram at 500.
Pc didnt post.
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Not sure exactly how you unlink ram. In bios ram options are auto and manual. i have it set to manual and i tried raising cpu fsb and leaving ram at 500.
Pc didnt post.
Use CPU-Z to show what your memory's SPDs are, it will help us give you advise.
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