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WOW and another rep for you. Whenever i try and increase it more i get a black screen..is that bad? *JaKe*
EDIT: one more thing, should i be booting @ my max overclock already or stock?
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You should be booting at close to max..but semi-stable. With a high multi, you wont have far to go in Windows any how..just bump your voltages before you enter windows, to allow for the increases you will be making.

ie- +MCHv and +vcore.. maybe DIMMv if you are running a steep divider...just to be safe.

**What FSB are you black-screening at?
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You should be booting at close to max..but semi-stable. With a high multi, you wont have far to go in Windows any how..just bump your voltages before you enter windows, to allow for the increases you will be making.

ie- +MCHv and +vcore.. maybe DIMMv if you are running a steep divider...just to be safe.

**What FSB are you black-screening at?
Well i cant boot anything over 275, i dont know what the hell +MCHv is , ill run clock gen and bump it up as slow as i can.. *JaKe*
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MCHv is otherwise known as NorthBridge Voltage..or SPP as in your case, with the Nvidia chipset.
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MCHv is otherwise known as NorthBridge Voltage..or SPP as in your case, with the Nvidia chipset.
OK well i got my FSB to 303 and then freeze, i went into the bios and cranked my voltage to the max and was unable to boot, post screen red 87 or 78 depending on how you read it, in the manual it says thier both reserved *JaKe*

EDIT: Is there a way to raise my voltage inside of windows?
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You should only need a max of :

1.4v SPP
1.6v MCP
1.3v SPP<->MCP link

for the mobo voltages. Running max mobo voltages on the 780i is dangerous and unnecessary even for max FSB limits of the mobo.

As for the CPU, try raising the FSBv to 1.3v or 1.4v if you have not..and boost the GTLv by +25% from your current setting.
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You should only need a max of :

1.4v SPP
1.6v MCP
1.3v SPP<->MCP link

for the mobo voltages. Running max mobo voltages on the 780i is dangerous and unnecessary even for max FSB limits of the mobo.

As for the CPU, try raising the FSBv to 1.3v or 1.4v if you have not..and boost the GTLv by +25% from your current setting.
Boost all GTL lanes by 25%? Even when i have 1.8v selected in bios for my CPU my vdroop is like..waaaaay lower, i just hit 49**MHz with clockgen..and then bsod.. *JaKe*
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There is no way in h3ll that a single core CPU needs 1.8v to do anything less than 6+ghz with extreme cooling. I think 1.65v is waaay more than enough vcore for that tiny little core.

As for GTLv.. YES you should boost it!! it is leik the 'critical CPUv' for OC stability omgomgomg!!
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Alright, well i decided to pop my quad back in, maybe next time when i have my watercooling ill try this on my P7N diamond, thanks for all the help guys! *JaKe*
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