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Ok that's what I thought; but wouldn't that kind of... bogg down the whole point of my overclock?
I'm running ORTHOS now; I'm stressing the CPU and it's lasted over a minute lol.
I have yet to stress the RAM; I pulled it down to +0.2Voltage.

EDIT1: Hit the 4minute mark; I think I may have finally found something stable!
Now; if my RAM test fails, what do you suggest I alter?

EDIT2: 7 minute mark!
It's running at 67Max Load apparently; so I think this may be the end of the road of my overclock until I get some better fans. Would a better sidefan / backfan bring my temps down any? There stock right now.
How long do you suggest I run this for?

EDIT3: RAM lasted for about a minute in testing; so now I'm going to stress both at the same time. Temps are still around 67C load.

EDIT4: Temps are looking good; around 65C (max was 68C)
I think this may be the end of the road for my overclocking!
I'm going to leave it on overnight...
Edited by chris062689 - 6/23/08 at 2:36am
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oh boy. i suggest you reset everything and wait, be patient and learn...
    
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I wish RealTemp was upgraded a bit, a proper tray application (where it's no longer in the taskbar) and perhaps an alarm that goes off if temps get too high?
Is there something like this out there other than RealTemp I can configure to match RealTemps temperature readings?
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oh boy. i suggest you reset everything and wait, be patient and learn...
What do you mean?
It's appearing to be stable; I don't see any reason to go back to stock settings..
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How do I actually go about "underclocking" the RAM?
For a cooler; I used to have a Zalman but apparently it didn't fit my mobo; so I got another one; can't remember off hand but even at 3.6 (unstable) it's keeping them at 40C. So it'll probably handle 4Ghz.
I'm having a little trouble following here. The GSkills I used 2GB NQ 800MHz kit would crap out on me over 940MHz or so (fairly tight tho) I went to 2.1Vddr to get error free memtest. hit errors after 9 passes at 2.0Vddr.

If you max out your memory you will know what fsb and divider you can run. then you can up cpu multi and vcore and test it by itself without worrying about if the memory or cpu is the problem.

I could see 3.8 or 4.0G on this chip on air but nothing will be stable with memory errors.

big memory #s help but the gain is small compared to what a big stable cpu # will do for you.
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So what would you suggest I set my memory to?
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