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I succeed overclocking to 2.82 GHz but It won't let me pass that.

It's 245x11.5

I did not change the memory timing, But I know it's 667!

I do not know how to change and what to change so it will be nice if you could tell me, And also if you could tell me if that will decrease the speed of my computer!

Whenever I try to bump the fsb higher, I will get crash at OCCT, and if I'll try to game, I Will get bsod...

Anything else to do? thanks alot!
Edited by p11ma - 2/24/09 at 9:02am
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Try going higher, if you need to add a slight increase in vcore (about 0.1 at a time) and maybe even up your northbridge voltage a bit (about 0.1-0.2) as long as you are within reasonable temps keep going but do not fry your chip by pumping too much vcore/ northbridge voltage.
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Try going higher, if you need to add a slight increase in vcore (about 0.1 at a time) and maybe even up your northbridge voltage a bit (about 0.1-0.2) as long as you are within reasonable temps keep going but do not fry your chip by pumping too much vcore/ northbridge voltage.
But for now It's alright, Yeah?

and I've got a problem.
If I will try to set the FBS to more than 239, It won't boot.
It will give me an error
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Warning! Now system is in safe mode. Please re-setting CPU frequency in CMOS setup.
I've got no idea of how to avoid this error.

And how do I increase my vcore? o.O
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There should be an option to raise it in your bios in "advanced settings" but your board may not have that option, I know mine does not . Although it is not a bad overlclock, now try to hit 2.9-3.0GHz.
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There should be an option to raise it in your bios in "advanced settings" but your board may not have that option, I know mine does not . Although it is not a bad overlclock, now try to hit 2.9-3.0GHz.
I know theres an option, But if I will try to set the FSB of more than 239 ( currently 235 ) , It won't boot up and will show me this error, unless I'll lower the FSB to 23X again.
Edited by p11ma - 12/21/08 at 4:01am
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I know theres an option, But if I will try to set the FBS of more than 239 ( currently 235 ) , It won't boot up and will show me this error, unless I'll lower the FBS to 23X again.
Does it do this even after you have raised the vcore?
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Does it do this even after you have raised the vcore?
I Can not raise it.

I saw an option in Bios --> Boost Performance tab,

CPU Voltage was locked at 1.300V
Memory Spec Voltage was locked at 1.950V

And there was some other options there.

I can not raise the FSB to more than 235 or it won't boot and will give me this warning error. Any suggestions?
Edited by p11ma - 12/21/08 at 4:01am
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I Can not raise it.

I saw an option in Bios --> Boost Performance tab,

CPU Voltage was locked at 1.300V
Memory Spec Voltage was locked at 1.950V

And there was some other options there.

I can not raise the FSB to more than 235 or it won't boot and will give me this warning error. Any suggestions?
If your voltages are locked like mine then there is nothing more you can do as your chip cannot handle the extra MHz without having more volts put through it and in your case that is not the option , sorry dude. It is still a modest oc though.
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In your bios, lower your HT link speed and ram speed. If your ram is 800, lower it to 667.
Give that a go.
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In your bios, lower your HT link speed and ram speed. If your ram is 800, lower it to 667.
Give that a go.
I Found it,
Voltage etc weren't lock.

Here it comes:

NPT Vid Control ( CPU voltage ) @ 1,325v
NPT Fid Control (CPU multiplier) @ Auto mode
NB HT speed (HyperTransport) @ Auto mode
PCIE Clock @ 100MHz
CPU Freq @ 240

And this gives me 2760.21 MHz.
I tried to combinate, to raise the voltage to 1.350v, change the NB HT Speed to x11, but nothing worked.

Please let me know the right combination to reach 2.8 GHz.
And please write it clearly because i'm newbie at Overclocking and I get confused really easy =D

Current Picture by Core Temp


and by HWMonitor:

Edited by p11ma - 12/21/08 at 12:05pm
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