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omg. i asked for a smartphone , because you can't do screens in bios.
I need bios photos. or just type them here with their values.

but i see your VID is a bit high, so you need more voltage for start. and you have less voltage reserve for overclocking


For example.

Core2Quad 9450 VID 1.1625 works fine at 2.66ghz, so 1.45v-1.1625v=0.2875v to hit 3.4ghz
Core2Quad 9450 VID 1.2500 works fine at 2.66ghz, so 1.45v-1.25v=0.2v to hit 3.4 ghz

You say, HUH, not so big deal, but, yes it is. However igot my Q6600 with highest VID (1.325v) and i managed to run at 3.5 with no BSOD. So, it's luck, but VID is important.



So. try to do the list in strong ordinary

1.put PCI-exp to 100mhz \\ set fsb to reach 3.4 ghz \\ and check memory multiplier, it should be appropriate according to FSB frequency. and rty to yous the lowest mem frequency , to avoid memory factor in overclocking.
and leave all voltages to AUTO

2. Try above method + disable C1 and Speed Step technologies
3. Try method, that i will propose below



set PCI-express to 100mhz


CPU Volt 1.45v
CPU Term 1.42v
CPU PLL 1.77v

memory- according to your tech specs.



i can recommend to put
NB +2 values higher.
SB +2 values higher.
and CPU reff,NB reff +2 values higher.


Your motherboard will not die, it might won't start again , so you need to be ready for clearing CMOS.
You risk nothing if put some voltages up, for 2 steps.
But if you put them down, Mobo probably won't boot.

So, aware of it.
Edited by bespreDELL - 10/2/10 at 3:42pm
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so what values would u like me to change?

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Originally Posted by bespreDELL View Post

i can recommend to put
NB +2 values higher.
SB +2 values higher.
and CPU reff,NB reff +2 values higher.

what does it mean i should set my CPU/NB reff 2 values higher?
what should i set it at exactly?
post #1025 of 1105
on your 2nd picture you see
CPU Volt 1.3625 change to 1.4000
CPU PLL 1.62 change to 1.76v
CPU Termin( VTT) get low from 1.44 to 1.42 or 1.4
Memory volt accord to your specs
NB Volt 1.46v add 2 steps to 1.48 or 1.5
SB Volt 1.56 enough
1.2 HT Voltage AUTO
Bridge core voltage AUTO
and the rest of thoose put to AUTO
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ok i am currently very stable, even passed playing movies for 8+ hours without crashing at last.
settings are:
CPU Volt: 1.4 (1.312 actual)
PLL: 1.7
VTT: 1.44 (1.36 Actual)
RAM: 2.1
NB: 1.54
SB: 1.55
everything else on Auto


but i am only sitting at 3.2G w/ DDR2-800.

gonna try to push for 3.5G w/ DDR2-1000.

would i need to change around the GTL_Ref values for CPU and NB? i heard they are important at overcloking over 3.4G.
post #1027 of 1105
when you set 1.4 in bios, you can see the real by CPU-Z.
But how can you see real VTT voltage ? Special Mobo soft ?

Your cpu voltage is not so high, so if you want 3.6 , rise it first
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no, i see the real VTT from Everest/BIOS. It shows 1.36 for a entered value of 1.44.

isn't 1.76 for PLL a bit too crazy?

I understand overclocking kills CPU faster, but what is the maximum Vcore and PLL voltage that is safe to say it wont kill the CPU very fast?
Edited by BraveHeart1212 - 10/4/10 at 3:48am
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no, i see the real VTT from Everest/BIOS. It shows 1.36 for a entered value of 1.44.

isn't 1.76 for PLL a bit too crazy?

I understand overclocking kills CPU faster, but what is the maximum Vcore and PLL voltage that is safe to say it wont kill the CPU very fast?
under 1.45 VTT
and Under 1.8 PLL
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what abt maximum for Vcore and NB?
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