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You still don't have 1.45v in CPU-z. are you sure you have 1.45v set in BIOS. If you do, you have some serious vdroop there.
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i only need 1.3v for 3.2ghz
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i only need 1.3v for 3.2ghz
You are very lucky then . OT: How high can you go?
EDIT: I saw your sig.
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You are very lucky then . OT: How high can you go?
EDIT: I saw your sig.
i was hoping for a 500mhz FSB but my mobo wont let me, And my CPU wont do 3.6ghz

i wish i knew the batch date

EDIT: I would say to just go for qa 400mhz FSB and put about 1.35-1.4v CPU and you might be able to pull it off

When i first started using this cpu i always used too much voltage
Edited by johonm333 - 7/4/08 at 11:45am
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Ok news update >.> um well i was able to play a game for a good 5 mins and then it restarted not freeze! restarted and now it wont even turn on anymore at 3.0ghz for some strange reason my comp hates having 3.0ghz running. I did what you guys told me set my vcore to 1.45, but still no luck. Lucky my mobo doesn't suck so much and it automatically fix it self when oc failed [p5k btw] and now fsb of 374 no longer even boots up! I mean it would at least crash at the windows logo but not anymore, doesn't even work. Im guessing i have to wait till tomorrow and hope its working again.

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Also, i was thinking could it be my HDD causing the issue?
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What are your temps. I see you are on stock cooling. Do you have the BIOS set to automatically reboot on high temps (80*C).

It could be lots of things -
RAM, HDD, Mobo, Drivers
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I've skimmed though this, but have you bumped you NB voltage up? That 512MB is also killing you! What game is it you are trying to play?

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What are your temps. I see you are on stock cooling. Do you have the BIOS set to automatically reboot on high temps (80*C).

It could be lots of things -
RAM, HDD, Mobo, Drivers
And last time i checked my temps where 42c cpu and 50c Case wise @ 3.0.
Not to my knowledge, but ill will check.

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I've skimmed though this, but have you bumped you NB voltage up? That 512MB is also killing you! What game is it you are trying to play?

cg
I didn't touch the nb at all. What 512? The game im trying to play is Age of Conan & Devil May Cry 4 both crashed.

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Currently it booted once with a higher fsb 377, i believe by accident at least it froze and the boot screen. And now when i try 374 it wont boot up... so i shut my comp down unplugged everything took out my battery and my processor and did it again and now fsb 374 works. I have my vcore volt at 1.425 and when i check in cpuz it says its 1.400v could this be the reason why its unstable?
Edited by Kiok - 7/5/08 at 11:38am
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And last time i checked my temps where 42c cpu and 50c Case wise @ 3.0.
Not to my knowledge, but ill will check.



I didn't touch the nb at all. What 512? The game im trying to play is Age of Conan & Devil May Cry 4 both crashed.

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Currently it booted once with a higher fsb 377, i believe by accident at least it froze and the boot screen. And now when i try 374 it wont boot up... so i shut my comp down unplugged everything took out my battery and my processor and did it again and now fsb 374 works. I have my vcore volt at 1.425 and when i check in cpuz it says its 1.400v could this be the reason why its unstable?
Use HWMonitor to measure temps. Speedfan and Coretemp give incorrect temps for the e2xxx series (The real temps are assumed to be 15*C higher - This is dues to the TjMax being Incorrectly read as 85*C rather than 100*C) On stock I couldn't push 1.425v due to excessive heat.
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