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this is what i can do atm.
my cpu is cool by thermalright ultra 120.

i ran everest to stress FPU and temp went to 61c. but only test for 2-3 mins.
i used to enter 400fsb right away but system did not boot at all.
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i would say it's a temp issues for sure .
Temps won't stop your from reaching a certain bus speed as far as I know.
Its probably your board. Most boards can do 400 FSB easy these days. Try making a jump to 340 or 350.
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Temps won't stop your from reaching a certain bus speed as far as I know.
Its probably your board. Most boards can do 400 FSB easy these days. Try making a jump to 340 or 350.
your right if we presume he's decreasing this multiplayer so his cpu speed doesn't change for stability testing. but it's unlikely to be the case.

he posted 61c that's his problem it's getting to hot for that overclock.

yeah if it's not overclocked it can go hotter than that but not with that over clock
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No, it is not temperature, if it is 61, that is fine, 71 is the max before the OC starts to cause errors.

I already posted an article showing that there are issues getting this mobo stable even to 360FSB with a dual core, that means that with a quadcore, its going to be even lower, period.
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i tried 350fsb vcore1.5 and system restarted after few second of everest's benchmarking. it could boot up though.

could this be power issue?

til now, the most i can get it stable is 340fsb vcore 1.375
however, i need to run stress test longer to say its really stable
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i tried 350fsb vcore1.5 and system restarted after few second of everest's benchmarking. it could boot up though.

could this be power issue?

til now, the most i can get it stable is 340fsb vcore 1.375
however, i need to run stress test longer to say its really stable
It's your motherboard. Enough said. the 965 chipset is too old to actually make your quad stable.
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I read an old review for this board and even with a dual core, they couldnt get it stable at 360 FSB, so more than likely, it is the mobo causing the problem.

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No, it is not temperature, if it is 61, that is fine, 71 is the max before the OC starts to cause errors.

I already posted an article showing that there are issues getting this mobo stable even to 360FSB with a dual core, that means that with a quadcore, its going to be even lower, period.
This guy...

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i tried 350fsb vcore1.5 and system restarted after few second of everest's benchmarking. it could boot up though.

could this be power issue?

til now, the most i can get it stable is 340fsb vcore 1.375
however, i need to run stress test longer to say its really stable
Are you not listening?
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i would say it's a temp issues for sure .
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your right if we presume he's decreasing this multiplayer so his cpu speed doesn't change for stability testing. but it's unlikely to be the case.

he posted 61c that's his problem it's getting to hot for that overclock.

yeah if it's not overclocked it can go hotter than that but not with that over clock
Temperatures do not limit an overclock until you start throttling. Just because the chip passes 70c does not mean your overclock will start to get limited. I have my E1200 at 3.0ghz at 78c and it is limited by voltage (1.5), not temperature.

This "max temp" business has been knocked into your head by OCN and it needs to be knocked out. There is no max safe temp until you start throttling. Those values (Ex. 60c, 71c) were made up by overclockers and have no real importance to the stability of the chip.

Retro out.

P.S. Grammar Police here. It looks like a bunch of 2nd graders have been posting in this thread.

P.S.S. It's the motherboard.
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just go pick yourself upa Gigabyte GA - P45 - UD3P and youll be good.
    
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