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so im overclocking my cpu and i can get it to 330fsb with 9x multiplier,but as soon as i get it to 333 and save it i get a blue screen and a restart..how can i fix this
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What are the settings you have in your Bios? You have to change some things to get your overclock to be stable. Make sure you have disabled C1E, Speedstep first. Then give us the Vcore you are running along with your NB and other settings.

Here is a good guide to look at when you wanna overclock on the board you have:http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...3l-thread.html
    
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2x160GB Velociraptor [Raid 0]/ 200&40GB WD 7200.10 DVD-R Windows 7 Professional Syncmaster 2333 23" - 19 in IBM extended 
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MOAR Voltage

that is unless you're at 1.5v allready, which i sincerely doubt.

Remember new Q6600s aren't as good as the old ones.
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MOAR Voltage

that is unless you're at 1.5v allready, which i sincerely doubt.

Remember new Q6600s aren't as good as the old ones.
ah well mines an old one since i bought it from a OCN Member =].

i have speedstep and all that disabled
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Q6600 G0 (Lapped) GA-P35-DS3L BFG Tech GTX260 8GB OCZ Reaper 800 
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ah well mines an old one since i bought it from a OCN Member =].

i have speedstep and all that disabled
did you try more voltage?
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