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so far everything is back to stock. i have turned spread spectrum off i tried to use the auto overclock but that ends with the monitor on standby and the mobo giving me FF flashing every few seconds till i decide to reset the bios. i just tried to mess with the multiplier since that is an easy way to OC and i raise the cpu voltage to just under 1.5volts but even raising the multiplier to 18x windows will start to load but crashes out soon after the desktop starts to appear. and if i even TRY to change the FSB then its automatic fail. im really new to overclocking in bios so thank you for for any and all help
i dont know anything about the c2's, sorry. this is the place to be for help though. i know i've had nothing but problems useing oc programs like aod.
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so my nb (2800) temps just kept getting higher and higher. it was at 75c and i decided to go back to my air cooler setup and reapply tim. now im at 43c idle and 50c load. my cpu temp is 53c load. room temp is 22c. im gonna get a couple water blocks for the nb and sb. any ideas on which ones i should get. i was looking at the koolance stuff but it seems to be universal and i'd kinda prefer something made for this board.
There aren't specific NB/SB blocks for this board, though I remember there was someone who was planning to get some as well. There are links to blocks maybe 30 pages back.
    
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so far everything is back to stock. i have turned spread spectrum off i tried to use the auto overclock but that ends with the monitor on standby and the mobo giving me FF flashing every few seconds till i decide to reset the bios. i just tried to mess with the multiplier since that is an easy way to OC and i raise the cpu voltage to just under 1.5volts but even raising the multiplier to 18x windows will start to load but crashes out soon after the desktop starts to appear. and if i even TRY to change the FSB then its automatic fail. im really new to overclocking in bios so thank you for for any and all help
Assuming you are using bios 1.7 or higher.

You need to have SS off as well as C@Q and any other power saving options I have forgotten. Next you want to raise the "cpu voltage" to say 1.5 and then raise the multi. You are alos going to need to raise the "cpu-NB voltage" because you are running 4 sticks of ram. I would suggest 1.3-1.4 . Next make sure your ram voltage is set to it's rated stock specs.(the high end) Now check to make sure you are not trying to OC your ram with the divider, and then go into the advanced Dram config. Set this to both and enter stock timings bot both sets. Now you should be able to raise your cpu-multi quite easily if not I guess we might have to do some trouble shooting.
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Assuming you are using bios 1.7 or higher.

You need to have SS off as well as C@Q and any other power saving options I have forgotten. Next you want to raise the "cpu voltage" to say 1.5 and then raise the multi. You are alos going to need to raise the "cpu-NB voltage" because you are running 4 sticks of ram. I would suggest 1.3-1.4 . Next make sure your ram voltage is set to it's rated stock specs.(the high end) Now check to make sure you are not trying to OC your ram with the divider, and then go into the advanced Dram config. Set this to both and enter stock timings bot both sets. Now you should be able to raise your cpu-multi quite easily if not I guess we might have to do some trouble shooting.
What about the ACC and unlock CPU core? Do you guys use that at all and if so could u give some details? I am having the same problem, I can overclock it to 3.816 and it is like 80% stable, if I stress test it it crashes in like 15 or so seconds. I have the Rev C2. I do have the stock fan and my idle temp is around 47 so so and when I do the stress test it crashes around 60 to 63. It that normal? I see some of u guys go up to like the mid 70's

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What about the ACC and unlock CPU core? Do you guys use that at all and if so could u give some details? I am having the same problem, I can overclock it to 3.816 and it is like 80% stable, if I stress test it it crashes in like 15 or so seconds. I have the Rev C2. I do have the stock fan and my idle temp is around 47 so so and when I do the stress test it crashes around 60 to 63. It that normal? I see some of u guys go up to like the mid 70's

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Mid 70s maybe on the NB but your cpu should load out 55 tops. You should get better cooling.
    
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i was wondering if you guys could possibly help me. It seams like nothing i do will make my cpu run stable overclocked on this board. My old gigabyte board I could run at 4GHZ using only the multiplier and a little more voltage, this one chokes out on any boost to the FSB and is unstable when messing with the multiplier. it stays cold so i know that's not the issue I am trying to do it all in the bios any help would be appreciated!
Correct me if i'm wrong,but looking at your rig specs,it looks like your using 1 stick of ram,1 4gig stick,is that right,????
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Hey...so i finally get the ocz to run at 1600 CL7, but with CPU NB at 1.35V @ 2.0Ghz...funny thing here, I cant raise the multi on the CPU NB by even one X, which will cause it to fail memtest and prime...any ideas on this?

Secondly anyone here use a SSD? ure feedback on that will be appreciated.
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Hey...so i finally get the ocz to run at 1600 CL7, but with CPU NB at 1.35V @ 2.0Ghz...funny thing here, I cant raise the multi on the CPU NB by even one X, which will cause it to fail memtest and prime...any ideas on this?

Secondly anyone here use a SSD? ure feedback on that will be appreciated.
That's good mav,so you cant give the cpu-nb anything over stock 2ghz,without crashing,what voltage do you have on the memory,and are you using the 2 VDD voltages,???
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Correct me if i'm wrong,but looking at your rig specs,it looks like your using 1 stick of ram,1 4gig stick,is that right,????
yep one stick 4 gigs thinking abut ordering the other 12 gigs next month
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-307-_-Product


eclipseaudio4 i will try you suggestions but should i worry as much about the ram you thought i had 4x1gb config


again TY to everyone that is trying to help OH and my bios is v1.90
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yep one stick 4 gigs thinking abut ordering the other 12 gigs next month
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-307-_-Product


eclipseaudio4 i will try you suggestions but should i worry as much about the ram you thought i had 4x1gb config


again TY to everyone that is trying to help OH and my bios is v1.90
This is your problem,PH2's run in dual channel,so you need 2 sticks per channel,to be honest 4gig of memory is plenty,more than this is wasted,but thats 4gig using 2x 2gig.Just my opinion.
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