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post #21 of 30
Good to see you got some help from an expert! Looks like he gave you some good answers!

Good luck with your overclocking!! Lets see if you beat me and my 700MHz overclock lol
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I won't but im tryong to get close. as close as possible to the 250mhz or my memory will only slow me down...
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Alright I was bored so I decied to make this, thse are 3 seperate tests from occt placed in one graph, eah line shows the temperature of the cpu at different fan speeds of my zalman cnps 9500 led.

Settings:
fsb: 239Mhz
Vcore: 1,712v
Core: 3349Mhz (3,35Ghz)

red = 50% fans speed (no noise)
yellow = 70% fan speed (almost no noise, my psu and hdd make more noise)
blue = 100% Yeah, 9cm fan, 2600 rpm gues what that sounds like (still hearable at a 4m distance )



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Ill do a torture test afther (fan on 70%) when im done with that ill see of my cpu can be streched to handle more mhz
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Well I tried increasing the fsb by just 1 Mhz and it just won't run stable.

Even hwen I increase the vcore it won't help, I went as high as 1,8v.

Howevere the weirdest part is that my vcore drops down a lot when the cpu is stressed. Ill post a graph when I completed a occt test again.
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Well its not just my vcore, my 12v line aslo drops alot.

my 3volt line is just scarey and my 5v line seems insane :S

Vcore:


12v:


3v:


5v:


Is this okay? Or will it only add more instability?
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Someone??
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post #27 of 30
It is a given that most software applications are unable to give precise readings from the voltage sensors. However this may not be the case in your situation, if so then considering a new power supply could sort this problem out. A decrease in the amount of power that can be supplied to a system component can really hinder your overclocking potential

As for the amount of CPU voltage that you specify in the BIOS the value which is actually given will be fairly close to that value at idle however it usually tends to be lower at load, this is not a problem usually unless there is a big drop in the amount of voltage supplied e.g. 1.385 is the specified amount, however only 1.265 is given. That would be a problem and would show either a sensor error or a major problem/fault with your power supply unit.
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In other words my power supply is no good :S
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post #29 of 30
Well it might not be that but it looks so from here

Do you have another PSU? as you could try that and see if it works ok, and that should give us an idea if the PSU is indeed the problem.
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Not just lying around.

I don't get it a tagan should be a stable power supply :S
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