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Okay i just tried with the ram being at a reasonable speed. I still got black screened. These were the settings.

cpu multi = x17.5
cpu nb frequency =x12
cpu frequency = 224
mem clock = 896 (x4)
cpu nb VID=normal (what is this)
cpu vcore = 1.42
dram volt = 2
nb volt = 1.2

I dont know what im doing wrong.
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cpu nb VID = voltage for the on die memory controller. you could try giving it a little bump.
post #1103 of 4289
which is a better motherboard Gigabyte MA790XT-UD4P or Asus M4A78T-E for phenom II x2 550
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cpu nb VID = voltage for the on die memory controller. you could try giving it a little bump.
I did that and i still got black screened.

This is what ive done.

cpu multi = x15.5
cpu nb frequency =auto
cpu frequency = 250
mem clock = 1000 (x4)
cpu nb VID=+0.50
cpu vcore = 1.42
dram volt = 2.2
nb volt = 1.2

At least it got me booted up :/
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which is a better motherboard Gigabyte MA790XT-UD4P or Asus M4A78T-E for phenom II x2 550
Gigabyte MA790XT-UD4P in my opinion can unlock cores with that not sure o the asus with unlocking cores etc

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I did that and i still got black screened.

This is what ive done.

cpu multi = x15.5
cpu nb frequency =auto
cpu frequency = 250
mem clock = 1000 (x4)
cpu nb VID=+0.50
cpu vcore = 1.42
dram volt = 2.2
nb volt = 1.2

At least it got me booted up :/
might need a bit more juice/voltage to the cpu but I wouldn't risk it with a stock cooler.
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Gigabyte MA790XT-UD4P in my opinion can unlock cores with that not sure o the asus with unlocking cores etc



might need a bit more juice/voltage to the cpu but I wouldn't risk it with a stock cooler.
Yeah it crashed after a couple of minutes in prime95.

Changed it to
14x273 @ 3.8 ghz, and after 10 minutes (not saying much but still) in prime it still seems to be doing great. Though im a bit worried about the temperature, its 56-57 on full load, any reason to be worried?

EDIT: of course just as i write this the first worker in prime stops due to an error. god damn it.
Edited by senior03 - 8/20/09 at 2:55pm
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If this is just for a suicide run, start at 1.5v and work your way down. But like Foxy said, the stock cooler will hold you back big time.

I got 3.8Ghz stable with 1.456v Windows, 1.46 BIOS. All I did was up the multi to 19, and the NB multi to 12x. I'm gonna try a lower mutli/higher fsb when I get home tonight to see if I can lower the vcore a bit.
Edited by alwaysAMD - 8/20/09 at 2:59pm
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If this is just for a suicide run, start at 1.5v and work your way down. But like Foxy said, the stock cooler will hold you back big time.

I got 3.8Ghz stable with 1.456v Windows, 1.46 BIOS. All I did was up the multi to 19, and the NB multi to 12x. I'm gonna try a lower mutli/higher fsb when I get home tonight to see if I can lower the vcore a bit.

I dont know why but mine doesnt seem to like when the multiplier is too high.
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I dont think theres ever a situation where ill be able to use all that cpu power, but the ram on the other hand. Id rather sacrifice 100mhz for the cpu in order to gain 200-300 on the ram.


Ill try in the name of progression, but id still prefer a decent (3.7/3.8)cpu speed with a high ram speed over a high cpu speed and low ram speed.
RAM speed max no difference in 99% of apps, less than 5% at most, while CPU speed can make a LOT of difference.

Edit: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=665098 Woot, Now to see if its stable...
Edited by Brutuz - 8/20/09 at 3:32pm
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Yeah it crashed after a couple of minutes in prime95.

Changed it to
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EDIT: of course just as i write this the first worker in prime stops due to an error. god damn it.

Do you have the 8 pin connected to the mobo? Might have to update your PSU 450w just might not be cutting it
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