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I was able to run these specs on orthos for 11 hours on priority 9, cpu temp reached highest 57C with ambient around 21C, avg cpu temp was around 55C
I tried to open cpu-z and take a SS, the computer crashed with win32sys blue screen. i think... does this mean the OC was not stable?

here is the ss after i restarted the computer


3250 mhz with 250 x 13.5, vcore: 1.45
any comments will be appreciated. thanks guys

edited: update info on page 2
Edited by hot97integra - 2/20/09 at 9:23am
post #2 of 17
For starters you could try using the latest CPU-Z version 1.50.
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See if it's stable with the ram overclocked from 667MHz, instead of from 800MHz. Could be your ram is unstable at 928MHz.
Edited by Diabolical999 - 2/19/09 at 9:17pm
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whats the stock speed on the xms2? i am guessing 800 since i have a 2x1gb pair on the desk in the other room.

try lowering the ram divider so the ram runs around 800 and see if its the ram.
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For starters you could try using the latest CPU-Z version 1.50.
i don't think it's the problem with the cpu-z...

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Originally Posted by Diabolical999 View Post
See if it's stable with the ram overclocked from 667MHz, instead of from 800MHz. Could be your ram is unstable at 928MHz.
maybe i'll do that. hopefully it's just the problem with the ram at that speed

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whats the stock speed on the xms2? i am guessing 800 since i have a 2x1gb pair on the desk in the other room.

try lowering the ram divider so the ram runs around 800 and see if its the ram.
yeah, stock speed is 800mhz


but my concern is, orthos priority 9 for 11hours. no error in that 11 hours span, kind of strange
Edited by hot97integra - 2/19/09 at 9:21pm
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FYI, As I'm trying to OC my LE-1640 to 3.5 (Need to update my system, I have a TRUE now) I keep getting BSOD's, as I bump the vcore higher, it becomes more stable. I'd say clock the RAM back to DDR 667.

Try to bump the vcore up little by little. Or other voltages on the board.

Or maybe you've hit a brick wall.
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i just crashed again. it's called win32k.sys
i just change my ram to 677 instead of 800. my ram is now running at 406*2= 812mhz.

edited: i tried to fold and load website and it crashed again after i changed it to 677.

win32k.sys Page_fault_in_nopaged_area
0x00000050
what's the problem?
Edited by hot97integra - 2/19/09 at 11:00pm
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Set your Chipset Voltage to 1.6v, and change your CPU voltage to 1.5v. Leave ram on 667MHz. If you haven't even touched the chipset voltage then there's most likely where the instability is from.

Also, try 13x / 246 fsb, in addition to what I said.
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If you don't crash with your ram downclocked then definitely your ram. After you get a stable cpu you need to run blend test to make sure your memory and board are stable.
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If you don't crash with your ram downclocked then definitely your ram. After you get a stable cpu you need to run blend test to make sure your memory and board are stable.
after i downclocked my ram, it crashed again after i turn on my folding@home. I'm wondering if it's the problem with my 9800GT video card.

i changed it back to 3200mhz (256*12.5) @ Vcore 1.425. I never had a crashed back then with 3200mhz but i think it was (200*16).
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