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post #1161 of 4653
Could be a number of things. I would try bumping vcore one notch and test again.

Also, try loosening your ram timings to 5-5-5-15 until you get a stable CPU OC.
    
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Originally Posted by PizzaMan View Post
Could be a number of things. I would try bumping vcore one notch and test again.

Also, try loosening your ram timings to 5-5-5-15 until you get a stable CPU OC.
when i done my small CPU test my vcore was 1.296V but when i done the blend test it increased to 1.3102V i am using auto voltages.

so you think its the ram that's messing it up???


[edit]

yeah i think it is ram because:


so changing timings should help me???

also what CPU temps should worry me 60? 70?

thanks guys
Edited by Mariusmsj - 1/19/09 at 3:41pm
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OMG what when wrong here???

i'm having the same problem, why i stress ram + cpu it crash, any other stress app works
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post #1164 of 4653
loosen ram timings.
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post #1165 of 4653
Looser timings or pump them puppies some more volts. I would start with timings for now.
    
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**** i tired everything, timing, voltages everything but i still can't get a stable overclock above 3.0!!!!AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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Has anyone removed the IHS from an E5200 ? Using a E5200 + Xigmatek 1283 with bolts/spring and steel backplate.

333X10 1.201V --> 47°c prime / 58°c intelburntest. My E8400 with the same setup (371X9) primes at 42°c and intelburntest 47~48°c. When running higer Vcore the temperature difference between my E8400 and E5200 gets even higher (both lapped)

Removing the IHS shouldn't be that difficult, it's about the same as remove a A64 IHS ? The only thing that worries me is the fact that my 1283 is a DHT heatsink, i could use my scythe mugen but it's heavy, too heavy for a lidless CPU ?


Edit : It seems that i loaded a profile with the fanspeed @ 70% when i installed my e5200 . Temps down to 45°C prime 55°c intelburntest.

Tried some more overclocking

333X11 1.32V 1 hour primestable / 10 runs intelburntest ( 1.3V not intelburntest stable) 57°C prime 65 ° intelburntest. I still think that my temperatures are too high !
Edited by FragZero - 1/20/09 at 4:13am
post #1168 of 4653
anyone using a GA-G31M-S2L board. can you tell me what's the multiplier/fsb/voltages your using to make it stable?

mine BSOD at 3.33 ghz at 266x12.5 with auto voltage.
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vtt should be half your ram + 0.3volts at max, so no more than 1.35 iirc.
OK, good to know.

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iirc it's your fsb voltage (someone confirm ?).
The FSB voltage is... ? It's the problem, it's...? Sorry, no copy, say again?

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lock the pcie at 100mhz.
Since my PCI-e is just a setting at 100, +/- 1MHz, no auto, if I leave it at 100 it should be staying like that. So there's no gain in 3D from higher PCI-e freq?

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temps are fine.
Cool

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what does your ram booklet/box say you can volt to ?
No booklet per se here, just the blister package with an inlay and a sticker. Says "1.8v (recommended voltage)", no info about scaling it up.

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loosening the timings allows you to get some more speed out of them.
Is there any point in loosening them further than 5-5-5-15? To what, 6-6-6-18? More?

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you've also got some more cpu voltage to play with. as long as it idles at no more than 1.37v and in my case, vdroop is positive (goes from 1.360 to 1.372) then you'll be fine for 24/7 usage.
I dunno, if in idle it's 1.360 now, the "one higher" setting is above Intel specs already. I know, I know, people are going at 1.45, but I'm kinda cautious

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What RAM are you using? 1.8v 800Mhz sounds like the single-sided sticks..
PizzaMan, dude, I love you, but please read the post you quoted in whole AxeRam Transcends they are, two 1GB 6400 CL4 1.8V sticks. I dunno about one-sided, they seem two-sided, same as my earlier blue Patriots (6400, CL5, also 1.8v).

Even if they are single sided, does it matter any?
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With RAM it's hard to say. Just really depends on what chips are used. From what I've been seeing of DDR2 rated for 800 @ 1.8v are not OCing very well.

Their is a pair of double-sided Ballistix for sell in the 'for sale' section for $30. They sould push nicely. If I don't buy them first. I'm always looking out for sticks that show the promise of having Micron D9GMH of D9GKX. I love the two pair I have. Can push mine 800+ with cas3 and 1100+ with cas4.
    
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