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post #1311 of 5692
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hey all, new to the site and new to overclocking, came here looking for suggestions.

My system:

CPU Clock: 3712 mhz
FSB/Multiplier: 200x18.5
CPU Voltage: 1.4v
CPU/NB: 1.35v
NB Clock: 2400 mhz
NB Voltage: 1.3v
HT link: 2000 mhz
Mobo: Asus Crosshair III formula
Cooler: Thermalright True Black 120 with 2 120mm fans
OS: Vista 64

This setup seems to be stable, i can run prime forever and temp maxes out at 54°C, but i can't seem to go any higher and I know that I should be able to. Any tips for a noob?
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No idea how to overclock. I did turn up the knob on my MSI GD-70 and get to 3.7 before I bluescreened though.

Shame I didn't get a chance to try out Crysis at that speed
post #1313 of 5692
Ok, so I'm currently at 3.85, and seems pretty solid. Managed to get thru 1 hour of prime with a max temp of 50c but then crashed after that point, so I'm guessing im getting closer. Any suggestions?

CPU Clock: 3850 mhz
FSB/Multiplier: 240x16
CPU Voltage: 1.475v
CPU/NB: 1.487v
NB Clock: 2400 mhz
NB Voltage: 1.2v
HT link: 2000 mhz
Mobo: Asus M3A78-T 790gx
Cooler: Mugen 2 with Ultra Kaze 3k
OS: Win 7 x86
post #1314 of 5692
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Ok, so I'm currently at 3.85, and seems pretty solid. Managed to get thru 1 hour of prime with a max temp of 50c but then crashed after that point, so I'm guessing im getting closer. Any suggestions?

CPU Clock: 3850 mhz
FSB/Multiplier: 240x16
CPU Voltage: 1.475v
CPU/NB: 1.487v
NB Clock: 2400 mhz
NB Voltage: 1.2v
HT link: 2000 mhz
Mobo: Asus M3A78-T 790gx
Cooler: Mugen 2 with Ultra Kaze 3k
OS: Win 7 x86
What kind of crash? BSOD? Good page to bookmark
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What kind of crash? BSOD? Good page to bookmark
yeah sorry bsod
post #1316 of 5692
Most Asus-boards requires more voltage than other's (etc. MSI/Gigabyte). With those speeds you might need little more juice for the cpu, like 1.5? Your CPU/NB voltage is pretty high for 2400, you should hit 2700-2800MHz NB with those volts! My opinion is, put CPU-NB multi to 11x, CPU-NB voltage to 1.4, CPU Voltage to 1.5 and stress, i think you are stable with that (But only if your temps stay under 60)!

EDIT: One thing and perhaps the most important, have you lowered your DRAM divider? If you have nominal divider, then your mem's are working at 960MHz and that might cause bsod's under stress. You can also try giving little more voltage to your dram, like +0,01 - 0,05v.
Edited by Asmola - 7/13/09 at 2:42pm
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Most Asus-boards requires more voltage than other's (etc. MSI/Gigabyte). With those speeds you might need little more juice for the cpu, like 1.5? Your CPU/NB voltage is pretty high for 2400, you should hit 2700-2800MHz NB with those volts! My opinion is, put CPU-NB multi to 11x, CPU-NB voltage to 1.4, CPU Voltage to 1.5 and stress, i think you are stable with that (But only if your temps stay under 60)!

EDIT: One thing and perhaps the most important, have you lowered your DRAM divider? If you have nominal divider, then your mem's are working at 960MHz and that might cause bsod's under stress. You can also try giving little more voltage to your dram, like +0,01 - 0,05v.

Ok, just came back up. Blue screened a little earlier on that run than the previous try. hit about 50 minutes. From what I noticed ran about 2-3c hotter too.

the only thing I could get out of the blue screens error msg was....

Stop 0x00000124
post #1319 of 5692
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SLAPPA
Good job. But 32m only tests ram stability.

For the CPU and NB, you need to Prime95 for 3 hours
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Good job. But 32m only tests ram stability.

For the CPU and NB, you need to Prime95 for 3 hours
cant seem to pass the prime test even with +.4v on cpu-nb and 1.3v on nb . temps are getting to 60c onload
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