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What is your cpu voltage at?
Can you post another cpu-z validation for us please.
Your cpu temp is looking good
So that should put your ram at 900mhz(450x2)right.

Gyro

edit;in orthos are using the blend test or cpu test?
edit 2; cpu volts?
Link new validation
yeah ram is @ 450Mhz

Blend test - i started it at 2am and when i woke up my comp was shut down (so it must have gotten too hot) im running another one now

CPU volts: in CPU-Z 1.392v but in the bios its actually 1.372v i had to drop the volts down because it was just getting too hot

i might have to adjust my memory timings because when i run 3DMark06 it hits the CPU benchmark (after the fariy one) and dies so yeah

aside from that im happy - thats just been one nights work (started at 11pm went to bed at 2am with ORTHOS running)

also i think i need to change my power supply - i ahve a 600 corsair one but it only uses SATA it will fit the board alright but wont power my IDE drives so have to find a adaptor
Edited by hitoriko - 6/20/09 at 7:33pm
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GJ hitoriko, keep it up and you'll be a pro in no time.
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haha

Thanks 36 mins into the Blend test and no problems 36 degrees with a top of 37 sits nice and comfy at 36 for the last 10mins or so

2hr mark:

ORTHOS BLEND TEST:
1024k - passed
8k - passed
10k - passed
869k - passed
768k - passed
12k - passed
14k - passed

CORE TEMP:
Low - 18 degrees
Avg - 35 degrees
High - 38 degrees

225mhz x14 Vcore 1.325
3150Mhz and counting

Now im trying for 3220mhz wish me luck!
Also just changed my PSU to a Corsair 620HX hopefully that should help too!
Next pay is going to go towards a new Case with good fans!
Edited by hitoriko - 6/20/09 at 10:30pm
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Also just changed my PSU to a Corsair 620HX hopefully that should help too!
Hitoriko, great job on the overclock

What kind of Corsair power supply are you running right now? That one may be enough to power everything that you are currently running.

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620hx - swapped it over great item

cant crack 3.2Ghz no matter what i do i cant crack it

but im not giving up - but 350Mhz increase is pretty good i think
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have you tried to remove one stick of ram just to see if it eases some of the stress from the ram controller. I know it would put your system in a single channel mode but it's worth a shot just to see if you can get any more out of it.
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cant crack 3.2Ghz no matter what i do i cant crack it

but im not giving up - but 350Mhz increase is pretty good i think
Hitoriko, a 350Mhz is excellent regardless

Are you able to POST and get into Windows with 3.2Ghz? What is your HT speed sitting at with that OC?

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have you tried to remove one stick of ram just to see if it eases some of the stress from the ram controller. I know it would put your system in a single channel mode but it's worth a shot just to see if you can get any more out of it.
I was thinking that - but then i'll only have 1GIG and wouldn't that reduce the amount i can clock with? and in anycase i need min 2gig for my photoshop work so yeah haha needs to stay - i mean if 3.15Ghz is the most i can get with 2GIG ram i'll wait till i get paid and et 1 stick of 2GIG and see if that makes life better


i get all the way into windows
run blend test through orthos - 10secs later fail

settings are:
200mhz - x16 - 3.2Ghz
Vcore 1.400
Edited by hitoriko - 6/21/09 at 12:15am
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I was thinking that - but then i'll only have 1GIG and wouldn't that reduce the amount i can clock with? and in anycase i need min 2gig for my photoshop work so yeah haha needs to stay - i mean if 3.15Ghz is the most i can get with 2GIG ram i'll wait till i get paid and et 1 stick of 2GIG and see if that makes life better
Hitoriko, for troubleshooting your overclock it would be nice to know if reducing the amount of memory helps with stability. That way we know the culprit at least

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i get all the way into windows
run blend test through orthos - 10secs later fail

settings are:
200mhz - x16 - 3.2Ghz
Vcore 1.400
Have you tried bumping up the Vcore slightly? Perhaps 1.425 volts

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brb i'll go try
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