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bump ... ,
mobo with that price can't pass 380 by 20 mhz increase
i already geting crazy .....
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I have an e4500 I cant go above 390fsb, our processors have a wall there, im at 380*8 with vcore at 1.39 , brings me to 3.05 ghz
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I have an e4500 I cant go above 390fsb, our processors have a wall there, im at 380*8 with vcore at 1.39 , brings me to 3.05 ghz
similar problem
i wish that problem solved is that fsb wall ? does it depends on cpu ?
3.05 is great also 380x9 is great you may need wc setup
BTW: not sure about what BTW means
is there's any safe windows overclocking apps that used clock generator
because setfsb not safe
clock gen safe
systool safe
but clockgen + systool i can't find my right pll
thanks very much
good luck bumping up to 390
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Are you overclocking through the BIOS. Because software overclocking is an accident waiting to happen.
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Are you overclocking through the BIOS. Because software overclocking is an accident waiting to happen.
sure bios
20 mhz per boot
from 200 to 380 then try 400 can't POST
so i set it to 380 then oc in windows using setfsb
forget max using windows
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sure bios
20 mhz per boot
from 200 to 380 then try 400 can't POST
so i set it to 380 then oc in windows using setfsb
forget max using windows
thanks
Ah right. Maybe your motherboard has a FSB hole. Try upping by to 420mhz on the FSB, you may need to give the NB (MCH) some more voltage and you can give the CPU up to 1.5v - I've been up to 1.55v for suicide benches. Although at those voltages your cooling will probably not be good enough . Make sure your RAM is not overclocked at all as that can cause issues - 1:1 is not neccessary.
Edited by coffeejunky - 6/25/08 at 11:19am
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Ah right. Maybe your motherboard has a FSB hole. Try upping by to 420mhz on the FSB, you may need to give the NB (MCH) some more voltage and you can give the CPU up to 1.5v - I've been up to 1.55v for suicide benches. Although at those voltages your cooling will probably not be good enough . Make sure your RAM is not overclocked at all as that can cause issues - 1:1 is not neccessary.
thanks dear for all your help
my ram 1:1 with stock timming applied while trying to reach max fsb
what meant by fsb hole?
any way currently i am running 9-4-4-4 timmings with 1.95 vdimm
i think 1:1.25 with multiplier 9 fsb:314
i don't wanna kill my cpu
i have tried 1.5250 vcore before 0.2 increasement than vid it was stable enogh for 3.2 ghz with stock cooler core temps up to 95 lol
my currently hsf can't hold 1.5 i think too bad + old + small copper hsf + 4 copper heatpipes + 92 mm fan up to 3400 rpm + noisy

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thanks dear for all your help
my ram 1:1 with stock timming applied while trying to reach max fsb
what meant by fsb hole?
any way currently i am running 9-4-4-4 timmings with 1.95 vdimm
i think 1:1.25 with multiplier 9 fsb:314
i don't wanna kill my cpu
i have tried 1.5250 vcore before 0.2 increasement than vid it was stable enogh for 3.2 ghz with stock cooler core temps up to 95 lol
my currently hsf can't hold 1.5 i think too bad + old + small copper hsf + 4 copper heatpipes + 92 mm fan up to 3400 rpm + noisy

thanks so much
I had the same with mine. A FSB hole is where you cannot get anything stable for a set 'gap' i.e '380-395mhz', but after that you can get a stable overclock.
It sounds to me like the processor just isn't a great overclocker. If you really want that 3.2ghz you will need a much better cooler as 95*C is really hot.
Edited by coffeejunky - 6/25/08 at 12:18pm
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I had the same with mine. A FSB hole is where you cannot get anything stable for a set 'gap' i.e '380-395mhz', but after that you can get a stable overclock.
It sounds to me like the processor just isn't a great overclocker. If you really want that 3.2ghz you will need a much better cooler as 95*C is really hot.
95 per core while in winter with nice airflow with stock cooler
i will try with my hsf in signature
the thermal paste is used is same there >
http://www.laptopfans.co.uk/heatsink-compound.htm
you mean that i try e.g : fsb higher than 400 ?
can i let fsb vtt voltage @ auto ?
what nb voltage should i set for over than 400
i wish 3.2 with lower multiplier and even oc my ram
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back ...
have done some tests
i tried 1.5250 vcore then up fsb from 380 to 397 up can't POST maybe 1-2 increasement
then i down vcore 0.0125 a time
till 1.500
then try down fsb by 2 = 395 and down vcore to 1.4875 when down vcore by 0.0125 less than 1.4875 cant POST @ 395
what all that's meant ? is that fsb hole
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