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Dear all, I´m very happy with the final config I´ve found to mobo, but..since 2 days ago, every 12/14 hours the system reboot...All the components are new (1 month ago)..and the only change I made was a new psu with 550 W, (240W output-HEC 550 Win Power))

The final BIO settings with great stability till now r:

CPU Frequency: 266
DRM Frequency: DDR2-533Mhz
Performance Mode: AUTO
PCI Express Freq: 100
PCI Clock: 33
Memory Voltage: 1,8V
CPU VCore Voltage: 1,42V
FSB Termination Voltage: AUTO
MCH Chipset Voltage: AUTO
ICH CHIPSET Voltage: AUTO
AI CPU LOCK Free: AUTO
AI CPU Lock Free: AUTO
Microcode Updation: ENABLE
Max CPIUD Value Limit: DISABLE
Execute Disable Function: Disable
Enhance C1 Control: AUTO
CPU Internal Thermal Control: AUTO
Intel SpeedStep Tech: AUTO

DRAM ECC MODE: Disable
HyperPath 3: ENABLE
DRAM Throttling Threshold: DUISABLE
PEG Buffer: AUTO
Link Latency: AUTO
PEG Root: AUTO
LINK MOde: AUTO
Slñow Power : AUTO
High priority Port: DISABLE

Mem Freq: 267,1Mhz (Cpu-z)
FSBRAM: 1:1
Clocks: 4-4-4-12 (Original clocks, not OCd)

Temps are very good:
CPU:Idle 38º/40º, Full 54º/56º
GPU:Idle 37º, Full (F.E.A.R) 59º (45 minutes playin')
MoBo: 32º-34º

Anybody has the same problem and know the reason why? or...I have a brown eye problem with my Yellow case...lol

Thanks in anticipating.
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You should be able to raise the vcore and vdimm both a notch. Try 1.85-1.9 on vdimm and 1.45-1.475 on vcore.
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Have you tested for stability with prime95/OCCT? If you have I'd suggest it's a power issue. The PSU is a decent bit of kit, but if you had no issues before and now you do, maybe it's the new PSU.
Could also be power fluctuations as well, maybe leave it and see if the problems continue. If they do, possibly return the PSU and try a replacement.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by busa
You should be able to raise the vcore and vdimm both a notch. Try 1.85-1.9 on vdimm and 1.45-1.475 on vcore.
Thanks for your quick answer, busa & Ste, well, I´ve put the vdimm to 1,9v, becauso no 0,05 step in this bios. About vcore, raised to 1,44v...if I put the next step, 1,45v , the machiche turns off and I need to wait 4 seconds to start to power on again...the..all the OC changes has gone to the original ones....in summary, I cannot go more than 1,44V. (???)


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Originally Posted by Ste
Have you tested for stability with prime95/OCCT? If you have I'd suggest it's a power issue. The PSU is a decent bit of kit, but if you had no issues before and now you do, maybe it's the new PSU.
Could also be power fluctuations as well, maybe leave it and see if the problems continue. If they do, possibly return the PSU and try a replacement.
I´ll pass the prime95 bench and I´ll tell you the final results,

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Originally Posted by mobutu16
Thanks for your quick answer, busa & Ste, well, I´ve put the vdimm to 1,9v, becauso no 0,05 step in this bios. About vcore, raised to 1,44v...if I put the next step, 1,45v , the machiche turns off and I need to wait 4 seconds to start to power on again...the..all the OC changes has gone to the original ones....in summary, I cannot go more than 1,44V. (???)

Thanks in anticipating,
Well, it seems my psu was the problem, twin +12V rails are the problem, due to 30A is divided between 2 rails...Obviously is better a psu with one and ONLY +12V rail minimum 30A...and now...I can go to 1,45V!!!! yeahhh.

I´ll try to get a good stability during this night. These r my final bios settings for 830D:

CPU Frequency: 266
DRM Frequency: DDR2-533Mhz
Performance Mode: AUTO
PCI Express Freq: 100
PCI Clock: 33
Memory Voltage: 1,9V
CPU VCore Voltage: 1,4625V
FSB Termination Voltage: AUTO
MCH Chipset Voltage: AUTO
ICH CHIPSET Voltage: AUTO
AI CPU LOCK Free: AUTO
AI CPU Lock Free: AUTO
Microcode Updation: ENABLE
Max CPIUD Value Limit: DISABLE
Execute Disable Function: AUTO
Enhance C1 Control: AUTO
CPU Internal Thermal Control: AUTO
Intel SpeedStep Tech: AUTO

DRAM ECC MODE: Disable
HyperPath 3: ENABLE
DRAM Throttling Threshold: DUISABLE
PEG Buffer: AUTO
Link Latency: AUTO
PEG Root: AUTO
LINK MOde: AUTO
Slñow Power : AUTO
High priority Port: DISABLE

Mem Freq: 267,1Mhz (Cpu-z)
FSBRAM: 1:1
Clocks: 4-4-4-12 @3-4-4-11

Temps are very good:
CPU:Idle 44º/45º, Full 54º/56º
GPU:Idle 36º, Full (F.E.A.R) 64º (45 minutes playin')
MoBo: 32º-34º

..if prime95 allnight long say yes...these will be my final settings. Thanks to everybody
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post #6 of 6
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14 hours later, all seems go like heaven...

Only a minor change later, raised Vcore voltage to 1,4625V

Thanks to everybody who has help me in this, my first OC.

Take Care.
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