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post #3391 of 4653
my max VID is 1.2125V, and the manufacturer states that VID Voltage Range: 0.85V – 1.3625V
does that mean, using +150mV option, will still be within range (1.2125 + 0.150 = 1.3625V) ?

(sorry if i may sound a bit stupid with my questions, but i have to be sure, as i don't want to take risks)
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Ok, try the same voltage, and set RAM to 667Mhz, and see what happens. If it still fails, try +150mV.
Edited by kirayamato26 - 5/31/09 at 4:24pm
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post #3393 of 4653
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Ok, try the same voltage, and set RAM to 667Mhz, and see what happens. If it still fails, try +150mV.
for a starter i misread, ur post, and i did the opposite of what u said

i started by trying +150mV and it failed
and then i tried +150mV and 667Mhz ram and it worked, but the system felt unstable, and as i did the Windows Experience Index, it crashed

then i re-read ur post once more, and i done like what u said 667Mhz ram and +100mV, and it worked fine, and on Windows Experience Index, it finished it successfully and it even got a higher value than before for the ram, previously i had 5.7, now with the new oc, i have 5.9

so what do u think, do u think now i should just use the OCCT Linpack to test its stability, or r there any more parameters to change that could improve the stability ?

and is this the OCCT Linpack that u r talking about http://www.ocbase.com/perestroika_en/index.php?News ?


ps: before i changed the ram to 667Mhz, it was set to auto, in which i get it was 800Mhz (as there r only 3 options, 677, 800 & auto). out of curiosity, why lowering the value increased the stability ?
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post #3394 of 4653
Yeah, that's OCCT.

It worked because... how should I put it...
Those numbers lie.
What the 800 represents is a multiplier of 4.00, and at 266 FSB, that becomes 1066Mhz for RAM. 667 represents 3.33, and at 266 FSB, that becomes 886Mhz for RAM. Most RAM can handle a ~100Mhz OC, however, there's no real performance gain, and you might actually lose performance from it. Try testing for stability, then see what happens.
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post #3395 of 4653
Quote:
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Yeah, that's OCCT.

It worked because... how should I put it...
Those numbers lie.
What the 800 represents is a multiplier of 4.00, and at 266 FSB, that becomes 1066Mhz for RAM. 667 represents 3.33, and at 266 FSB, that becomes 886Mhz for RAM. Most RAM can handle a ~100Mhz OC, however, there's no real performance gain, and you might actually lose performance from it. Try testing for stability, then see what happens.
ok, i am testing it now with OCCT (CPU : LINPACK) infinite, i will leave it testing for 24 hours as u suggested, and i'll sure keep u updated

ps: did u mean here that ur VID is 1.2125V
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ml#post6344667
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post #3396 of 4653
No, I mean 1.225V. VID differs by chip, though they do have set numbers in increments of 0.00625V. Some have under 1V, while others have over 1.3V. Usually though, it is between 1.1V and 1.25V.
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I've been forced to back off my OC to stock for now, until I am done with my assignments, because I've gotten 2 BSODs while doing my assignments. I think my OCs are going unstable because of the huge temperature changes that my room is experiencing.
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I highly doubt Intel backs any form of OCing, though I think motherboards and RAM do retain their warranty after OCing. But honestly, what are you going to use the warranty for anyways? With the shipping costs and time wasted, you can buy another E5200 anyways.

This is the full spec of the E6000 and E5000 series.
They do, I had 1 rma on a cpu, I even told them that I was overclocking, and they replaced it. It cost around $6.00 to send a cpu to Intel, so, it doesn't matter which cpu you have to rma, it's well worth the $6.00.
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I got a problem now. I can run stress tests on my computer for like, 24 hours straight, but when I actually use it for ~4 hours, it just BSODs on me. Anyone got any ideas on what to do?

Oh, and this happened twice when I'm gaming, and once when I'm just doing casual computing. The error that it displays is a "stop error" and nothing really helpful, it just tells me to check for any new hardware/software and BIOS.
Edited by kirayamato26 - 6/1/09 at 5:26pm
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post #3400 of 4653
Quote:
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Yeah, that's OCCT.

It worked because... how should I put it...
Those numbers lie.
What the 800 represents is a multiplier of 4.00, and at 266 FSB, that becomes 1066Mhz for RAM. 667 represents 3.33, and at 266 FSB, that becomes 886Mhz for RAM. Most RAM can handle a ~100Mhz OC, however, there's no real performance gain, and you might actually lose performance from it. Try testing for stability, then see what happens.
i run it for 24 hours, and i had no plms



but according to Real Temp 3.00, i hit 66 °C / 61 °C

do u reckon its time for me to look for a new cpu cooler ?
(currently i am using Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro)

and should i try using +50mV instead of +100mV, or is it pointless ?
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