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I believe somewhere in the bios there is an option something like "reboot on error" or something like that, that instead of it giving you a blue screen it instantly reboots.

Ok that validation really helped because it showed that your mem can handle 438 which is higher than the 358 of your unstable. which makes me believe that your issue is most likely voltage. It also shows that the HT speed is not your problem(we knew that already tho) try the 200x16 with the next step of vcore as well as seeing if you can find that setting I was talking about.


Edit: BTW I have had my 5000+ @ over 1.55vcore so no worries about going to high.
Edited by eclipseaudio4 - 8/2/09 at 10:57pm
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I believe somewhere in the bios there is an option something like "reboot on error" or something like that, that instead of it giving you a blue screen it instantly reboots.

Ok that validation really helped because it showed that your mem can handle 438 which is higher than the 358 of your unstable. which makes me believe that your issue is most likely voltage. It also shows that the HT speed is not your problem(we knew that already tho) try the 200x16 with the next step of vcore as well as seeing if you can find that setting I was talking about.


Edit: BTW I have had my 5000+ @ over 1.55vcore so no worries about going to high.
ahh ok, I just don't know when enough is enough and I can't fry this lol. Took my mom's 939 chip to 1.7vcore or something close but I'll give that a shot with a notch up from 1.425
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They are really hearty chips as long as you keep them cool.
You might also need to give the NB a bump in voltage to deal with the four sticks of ram but I'm not sure about the stock voltage for it.
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Hey guys I got a question about my board. Sorry for the inactive-ness

Is there anyway I can get 3.2 or 3.3GHz stable on this board with my 5k BE? The link in my sig isn't stable for more than 10 minutes of internet use
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=633056

Although that would only be temporary, as I plan on upgrading the CPU soon, which spawns another question. Are the Phenom II X2's any good on this board? Or would my best bet just be a Phenom II X3 720?
I would pull the corsair PC5300 ram modules out and see if that don't give you better results. You will prolly be able to get 1T command rate as well. Mixed density ram modules will most likely be the issue but not for sure as others have mentioned. Your Crucial ram is underclocked and your Corsair is prolly slightly overclocked. I would mess w/your ram first before upping the voltage on the cpu. Of course you could always give the little bugger a jump start w/some extra volts.

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ahh ok, I just don't know when enough is enough and I can't fry this lol. Took my mom's 939 chip to 1.7vcore or something close but I'll give that a shot with a notch up from 1.425
Just make sure you don't go much over 1.5 and your bios voltage settings will be less then your actual in windows voltages read in cpuz/Everest/CoreTemp etc etc.


Good Luck,

N2G
Edited by N2Gaming - 8/2/09 at 11:05pm
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Hey thanks guys. I tried the 200fsb x 16 @ 1.45v but it got a BSOD and I was able to remember it kinda.

0x0000007E (something along those lines, didn't last very long)

However I tried 200FSB x 15.5 @ 1.45v and it booted (unsure about stability)

I am going to try removing the XMS's and seeing what that gets. It'll probably impact my performance a bit though, since I'm on x64 OS right now

edit: I think it might of been 0xc0000007E, but it definitely ended in 7E
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post #3036 of 12342
the 0's and such dont really matter what we nee are the words more or less if you get another hit the Pause break button and it should keep it there long enough for you to get a good look at it.

As N2G said we get a little more actual voltage then what is set in bios (1.25 gives me 1.32) I would also try the 2 stick route.

But I digress, I need some sleep (2AM here) But I'll be back l8r and will answer any more questions I can. GL!
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Well it's only 11:15PM here in Cali and I have had a long day so I think I'll turn in a little early tonight.

SimFreak you should be able to get it resolved w/all of the suggestions we mentioned. Another thing to try if you keep getting BSOD's is to run Memtest86+ and make sure your ram is good.

Good Luck,

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I tried with just the 2 sticks of the Tracers and that didn't do anything. Got another BSOD but was able to confirm 0x0000007E as the prob. Didn't read your post since I was stuck. I think I got a chip that doesn't like clocking so well =/

I think I should get some sleep too, for it is almost 2:30AM here.
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2:05 am here and this has been an interesting catchup for me. When I 1st got my 5kbe and using the m2n I had very little luck, but when I moved to the m2n32 I was pretty stable at 16x200 and with my two gigs of crucial, old school sticks, at stock volts. I think that I did up the vcore a bit but I forget what I had it at, it was not too much though and I kept the ram at 800. For a few months it was ok and I ran P95 for about 8 hours if my memory serves me. But then it started to error while running f@h so I lowered it down.

But now I am thinking of trying to get a higher oc with the 5k and the m2n-sli. Maybe with the vcore up to 1.4 or so I might get back up to 3.2. It all depends on the settings for the m2n I guess. I still am using the older style of corsair memory and I know that I had that up to around 440 or thereabouts with my htt somewhere near 1080-1100 but that is where my poor old organic ram fails me.

I finally got move out of the that place I was at and moved back in with my old roommates. Two women I've known for some time, nothing is there other than good friendship, who are comfortable to be around. I got everything moved in about 8pm last night but my room is a mess and my pc's aren't setup yet. Which is very odd cause I've moved quite a few times and I have always setup my computer before I even make up my bed.
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Wow the 2008 BIOS is neat! Finally run 3.4Ghz stable.
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