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E7300/P5Q Pro 3.6Ghz = BSOD?!

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Alright, I'm not new to this. Working on this OC over the phone with a relative.

FSB up to 340mhz stable = 3.4Ghz

(Havent checked between 340 and 360)

DRAM freq set to ~1000mhz

3.6Ghz BSODs while loading Vista.

Vcore set to 1.36 (plenty for a clock of 3.8)

Most all other settings set to auto. (I know auto = more heat , but it should still boot fine)

RAM is DDR2-1000 GSkill, it runs at 1050+ at default settings on a divider, so I know its not the ram that is the problem.

Does the P5Q Pro have any BIOS problems with certain CPUs? Not sure what version he is running, but will find out.

Any ideas?
post #2 of 11
Intel P45 chipsets and 65NM chips(like the e7300) fight constantly. Ran into a similar problem with a gigabyte mobo and an e6600. I'd still try and up the vCore. Looks like you are aware, but 65NM chips can take 1.5v no problem.
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Can you show us a picture of your BIOS setting?


Also, check C1E, Speedstep, TM2, Vanderpool - these options are disabled from BIOS.


Also try loosening your timings and set the divider at 1:1.
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Unless I'm reading this wrong, an e7300 is a 45nm chip. Their listed max volts are 1.3625 IIRC. I'm thinking, the P5Q came out just before the 7300, so there may be a bios update that'll help.

At this point I'd check the space in between the 340 and 360 and research the bios. I was having a similar problem with a e7200 chip and a bios update worked wonders for me.
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The E7300 are great OC'er

My E7200 was able to get stable at 4.01GHz on my old P5N-E SLI 650i (24/7 = 3.8GHz :-) )
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Ya, e7300 is a 45nm chip as far as I know. The safe voltage is around 1.36v.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tusku View Post
Ya, e7300 is a 45nm chip as far as I know. The safe voltage is around 1.36v.
That is correct 1.3625 is max safe voltage that what my chip needed before I could reach 4GHz

E7300 have been known to get 4.1 to 4.2GHz stable on a P45 and 750i Chipset
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And if anything doesn't works, set PCI-E frequency to 101/102/103.

It was the trick during my overclock.
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post #9 of 11
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tusku View Post
Can you show us a picture of your BIOS setting?


Also, check C1E, Speedstep, TM2, Vanderpool - these options are disabled from BIOS.


Also try loosening your timings and set the divider at 1:1.
Those have already been done, no fix.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Aardobard View Post
Unless I'm reading this wrong, an e7300 is a 45nm chip. Their listed max volts are 1.3625 IIRC. I'm thinking, the P5Q came out just before the 7300, so there may be a bios update that'll help.

At this point I'd check the space in between the 340 and 360 and research the bios. I was having a similar problem with a e7200 chip and a bios update worked wonders for me.
I will update the BIOS with him the next chance I get.

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Originally Posted by SickStew View Post
The E7300 are great OC'er

My E7200 was able to get stable at 4.01GHz on my old P5N-E SLI 650i (24/7 = 3.8GHz :-) )
They are great chips, I have one running at 3.8Ghz on a $12 heatsink.

Quote:
Originally Posted by tusku View Post
And if anything doesn't works, set PCI-E frequency to 101/102/103.

It was the trick during my overclock.
I have it set to 100, never heard of going to 101-103. I'll give that a shot of the BIOS update doesn't help.

Thanks guys! Rep+ to all.
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My bad on saying it was 65nm..should have looked harder...
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