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and back to the mb and clocking. I am currently taking a step back and decided to work on my 24/7 oc. I am currently stable at 4.0ghz cpu/2.0ghz nb/1600 ram at 2.5 hours. Waiting for it to finish up for the 3 hour requirement. Will then increase the nb and retest. I was running 4.0cpu/2.6nb/1600 ram and was getting errors on blend within seconds so that was showing me that the nb was the culprit.
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You got it my friend! But what part? Becuase you didn't have enough voltage to the Ram or the CPU-NB...

I prefer getting the CPU-NB with the Ram Stable at the speeds that I want first, then working on the CPU. It's seems like less that has to be tweaked.

EDIT: What did you have your CPU-NB Volts at when it was running @ 2600 again?
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Thanks a ton!
I messed up the led pw led lead with the power on /off lead....

Now I can turn the pc on with front panel power switch....doh...
better follow dir a bit better...

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Hey, just glad that you can do it now!

Take care!

EDIT: Looks like MSI has been busy making NEW Improvements to the BIOS. Look HERE. INMplementing New Ram Straps for Improved Stability. Supposedly... Check it out!!!

I"m at 1.84b Right now @

CPU - 3.9Ghz (x19.5) @ 1.42v BIOS (1.4v CPU-Z Full Load)
CPU-NB 3.0Ghz (x15) @ 1.40V BIOS (1.43-1.44v in Everest)
Ram @ 1600Mhz CL6-6-6-21-27-1T @ 2.05v (Stock is 2.0-2.05v)
NB Chipset @ 1.32v
HT Link @ 2.6Ghz @ 1.32v
SB Chipset @ 1.25v

Been running Prime95 Blend mode now Completely Stable now pushing 1hr. Just move to this setup this evening.
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@Mastiveman

Wooot, thx alot so far for a great answer. Good thing i found this topic

About the Voltage settings are there any minimums i need to keep inmind whne i take certain settings from auto to manual ?
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@Mastiveman

Wooot, thx alot so far for a great answer. Good thing i found this topic

About the Voltage settings are there any minimums i need to keep inmind whne i take certain settings from auto to manual ?
Anything to do with your ram/nb/cpu/sb should all be fine to lower voltages on...stuff like the SB you probably won't need to mess with though so don't go crazy in there and just start lowering everything you can get your hands on
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Anything to do with your ram/nb/cpu/sb should all be fine to lower voltages on...stuff like the SB you probably won't need to mess with though so don't go crazy in there and just start lowering everything you can get your hands on
Euhmmm... think you misunderstood me.... I do not want to lower the voltage I want to higher then while i am oc-ing my rig....
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Euhmmm... think you misunderstood me.... I do not want to lower the voltage I want to higher then while i am oc-ing my rig....
Ahhh well you did say minimum's so...

Fill in your system specs below and i can better answer your question

http://www.overclock.net/specs.php?do=addsystem

CPU-NB max is around 1.55v
For the Phenom II's the limit suggested by AMD is 1.55v

There shouldn't be any other voltages you are going to have to actually take very high or remove from auto so start with those
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You got it my friend! But what part? Becuase you didn't have enough voltage to the Ram or the CPU-NB...

I prefer getting the CPU-NB with the Ram Stable at the speeds that I want first, then working on the CPU. It's seems like less that has to be tweaked.

EDIT: What did you have your CPU-NB Volts at when it was running @ 2600 again?
Well the 4.0/2.0/1600 was stable for 3 hours so I moved on to 4.0/2.6/1600 and only core 1 was stable for 6 hours. 2, 3 and 4 all stopped. So I gave the nb and cpu volts a small bump. currently testing at 4.0@1.5/2.6@1.2/1600.

Roughly 30 minutes in as I type this and all is well.

I typically match the cpu-nb volts with the nb volts. I think it was 1.3 or 1.28.
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