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How come I can't get higher with my venice?

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The highest i seem to be able to get is 2.47 without it rebooting, when i set my preset to 2.5 and when i click apply it pauses up and i gotta reboot. I've tried upping the vcore but the same thing happens. Is that the highest i could hope for with stock cooling?
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post #2 of 7
Check out this article... a simular MB
http://www.overclock.net/faqs/38169-...roduction.html

Your over all speed of the HTT should be kept near or below 1000MHz.
The HT effects the RAM's speed ...
Default is 5X200=1000
When you increase the HTT you need to reduce the HT
201-250 use 4X
251-333 use 3X
The 1000MHz ruke can be exceded by about 40 but instability may occure.
If you are following that and watching you don't exceede 50c under full load you probably are at your max with stock cooling.
A good rule of thumb... when accurate, the BIOS reports about 80% of the full load temp. When you adjust the vcore allow time for the BIOS to readjust the temps ... so a BIOS temp of about 40-41c will put you very neer the 50c celing.
    
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post #3 of 7
Run a memory divider.

With the following settings on my Asus A8N (MB auto sets memory to 333 mhz)

4 x 250 = 1000 htt
10 x 250 = 2500 (can get 2600 with max voltage to cpu)
Memory = 333 mhz
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You need to put max voltage just get 2.6ghz???

Im at 2.7ghz voltage 1.55 no prob.
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where do i go to run memory divider?
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i'm reading the Ultimate Guide to OCing and i'm finding my max FSB for my mobo. So i lower my multi to 6, and raised my FSB to 245, loosened my ram timings, and rebooted and it booted into my OS fine. So i go back and put the FSB to 255 and when it reboots, where it shows stuff being recognized, it says Warning! CPU restting in bios. Booting into Safe Mode, then i check CPU-Z and shows my core speed at 1162, which is NOT 255x6. Should i try finding my max FSB with my memory first?
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post #7 of 7
find max memory first. then also turn cool n quiet off....
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